The PH-OGP Secretariat is happy to announce the Academe, Business Group, and Public Sector Union Representatives to the Philippine-OGP Steering Committee 2020-2022! They are:

New Representatives to the Philippine-OGP Steering Committee 2020-2022

Get to know our Representatives!

ACADEME RepresentativeThe Jesse M. Robredo Institute of Governance is a private research and training organization based at De La Salle University (DLSU) in Manila, Philippines. JRIG promotes integrity, innovation, and inclusiveness in governance and policy through research, training, and community engagement. The Institute cooperates with government, civil society, private sector, academe, and donors in conducting programs and projects that generate data and knowledge to improve governance and policy outcomes. It manages a Knowledge Development Center as a hub for research collaboration and public dialogue. JRIG has been a Steering Committee member of the PH-OGP since 2014. As a Steering Committee member, DLSU has worked with the DILG in accomplishing the agency’s commitments under PH-OGP National Action Plans.

Learn more about JRIG here (insert link: https://www.dlsu-jrig.org/

BUSINESSThe Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government business organization comprised of small, medium, and large enterprises, local chambers and industry associations  representing various sectors of business, all working together to foster a healthier  Philippine economy and improve the viability of business in the community.

Learn more about PCCI here (insert link: https://www.philippinechamber.com/

 

PSUPSLINK is a confederation of public sector unions of Philippine government employees from different national government agencies, state universities and colleges, local government units, government-financial institutions, health, teachers, and special sectors. Established in 1987, PSLINK believes in the promotion and development of a strong, accountable, comprehensive, responsive, effective, and democratic (SACRED) public service. Through the years, PSLINK has initiated and built inclusive local and international network and alliances to respond to the current and future challenges of public sector unionism. PSLINK has been representing the public sector union in the Steering Committee since 2014.

Learn more about PSLINK-PUBLIK here (insert link: https://pslinkconfederation.wordpress.com/

The representatives were elected through a process identified and agreed upon by each sector.

Congratulations to our Representatives!