August 14, 2017

#ChangePH: Social Media Day 2015

Tweetup Manila: KABATAAN PARTYLIST, Kabataan, Tayo ang Pag-asa and Rise for Education is one of the community exhibitor this Saturday (June 27) in celebration of 2015 Social Media Day. Come and join us! See you at Museo Pambata by 10am-8pm. | Get your FREE tickets here: bit.ly/ChangePH | For queries just contact 0935-4869915 and 0975-212-0958 or email us at nusphilippines@yahoo.com. The 4th Annual celebration of Social Media Day organized by TweetupMNL. TweetupMNL is a community of netizens who are united by their passion for social media. They have been holding Twitter Meetups, or TweetUps, since 2009 all over Metro Manila. Aside…

“Kabataan, Tayo ang Pag-asa”: A Vow of Vigilance

The National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP), the largest and broadest alliance of more than 650 student councils / governments / federations in the country, remains steadfast and firm in Gat. Jose Rizal’s belief that the youth is the hope of the nation. Together with the masses of the Filipino people, the youth play a pivotal role in genuine social change and emancipation. As we commemorate the birth of one of the young Filipino martyrs who fought against oppression and inequality, the student union, together with other progressive student and youth groups, reaffirms its commitment in serving the…

TAKE THE LEAD! Be part of NUSP Council of Leaders

  Be a COoL  FELLOW! BE PART OF NUSP Council of Leaders   WHAT IS NUSP Council of Leaders?   The National Union of Students of the Philippines, recognized as one of the vanguards for student rights and welfare, continues its commitment to the Filipino youth in providing venues for training aspirant leaders that will serves as future leaders of our nation.   As the National Union continues to expand, the student council alliance has reached its great influence in committed leadership to the Filipino people thus inspires students and advocates to be enthusiastic in learning to serve and expresses…

COMELEC slammed over decision to allow Mikey Arroyo in Congress

The Tayo ang Pag-Asa Youth Movement for Social Change today stormed the Commission on Elections (Comelec) main office to protest its decision to allow Mikey Arroyo to be a representative of the Ang Galing Pinoy partylist in Congress. According to Vanessa Faye Bolibol, spokesperson of Tayo ang Pagasa, “Comelec’s decision only proves that the Arroyo family still has a strong hold over the commission. What is this, Comelec paying its dues to the Arroyos? It is clearer than the noon sun that Mikey Arroyo does not and can never belong to the sector he purportedly wants to represent.” Ang Galing…