Resources

Browse our documents and publications covering G-Watch Monitoring Manuals, Governance Reform Studies, Political Democracy and Reforms (PODER) Publications, and Vertical Integration Research.


G-Watch Technology for Monitoring Compliance with Human Rights
G-Watch Technology for Monitoring Compliance with Human Rights

This is an attempt to superimpose the Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA) to the Social Accountability approach of G-Watch.

 


Perspectives of the Reform-Minded on the Political Party Reform Legislation
Perspectives of the Reform-Minded on the Political Party Reform Legislation

This paper aims to put together the thinking, discussions and debates of the reform-minded societal groups on the proposed Political Party Reform Bill based on the activities initiated by the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG) with support from the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in the Philippines.

 


How to Win an Election: Lessons from the Experts
How to Win an Election: Lessons from the Experts

This latest edition presents updated stories of former Governor Josie dela Cruz of Bulacan, Mayor Jesse Robredo of Naga City and Governor Grace Padaca of Isabela, all of whom have lead successful campaigns in the 2007 elections.

 


G‐Watch Tracking and Documentation Report on the Comelec Budget Process
G‐Watch Tracking and Documentation Report on the Comelec Budget Process

This provides report from the project, COMELEC Budget Watch.

 


Digital Convergence: An Argument for Constitutional Reform
Digital Convergence: An Argument for Constitutional Reform

This paper explains the significance of digital convergence to poor countries. It offers a measure to address the insufficiency of the institutional environment to keep up with the convergence process, to clarify policy ambiguities pertaining to the rules of competition and interconnection.

 


Ways and Means of Moving Forward: A Seminar on Constitutional Change
Ways and Means of Moving Forward: A Seminar on Constitutional Change

This provides full transcription of the high-profile seminar on charter change in 2008.

 

 


Is there a Party in the House?
Is there a Party in the House?

This paper on the party list system explains the importance of proportional representation and the nature of the party list as a political party.

 


Islam and the Shari’a in a Proposed Bangsamoro Federal Islamic State
Islam and the Shari’a in a Proposed Bangsamoro Federal Islamic State

This paper argues that Islamic tradition can permit a Bangsamoro Federal Islamic State within a secular democratic system.

 


Globalized Services: Towards Liberalization of Professional and Educational Services in the Philippines
Globalized Services: Towards Liberalization of Professional and Educational Services in the Philippines

This paper is espousing that liberalization of professional and educational services will enhance economic competitiveness of the country in medium to long terms.

 


Extraordinary Measures: Constitutional Powers in Times of Crisis
Extraordinary Measures: Constitutional Powers in Times of Crisis

This paper reviews the recourse to emergency powers by four presidencies and examining the intended and unintended consequences.

 

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