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Progressive Filipino Canadians against fascism: Continuing the culture of resistance towards revolutionary social transformation

Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians (CPFC)
National Statement
February 9, 2017—We are in a crucial moment in history, and to understand how we can advance our organizing efforts as progressive Filipino Canadians, there is a need for a proper analysis of current social, economic and political developments around the world. Much is happening in the global picture […]

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Anti-Trump Politics Solidarity Statement

November 18, 2016

Toronto, ON—The Filipino Canadian youth Alliance of Ontario and its’ sister organizations, the Philippine Women Centre of Ontario and SIKLAB Ontario, continue to stand in solidarity with the struggle against racism, xenophobia, sexism, ableism, islamophobia, homophobia and amongst all else that purports the culture of hate and oppression. As Trump’s influence warrants […]

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Secure and Meaningful Employment and Living Wages for all NOW!

Solidary Statement for October 1 Rally For Decent Work
October 1, 2016
 Toronto, ON – Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance/Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada of Ontario (FCYA/UKPC-ON) expresses our solidarity in the fight for secure and meaningful employment and living wages for all. This October 1st, we march together here at Queen’s Park with workers, union […]

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Filipino Canadian youth and women’s organizations continue to celebrate International Women’s Month with launch of second critical discussion in their series, “Where Have all the Women Gone?”, on the topic of sex trafficking and prostitution

March 21, 2016
The Philippine Women Centre of Ontario (PWC-ON) and the Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance (FCYA) at York University are gearing up once again in preparation for the next event, which will be a continuation of the month-long critical political discussion series “Where Have All the Women Gone?” to celebrate International Women’s Month this […]

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Being leaders on the revolutionary road towards women’s liberation

International Working Women’s Day Statement from the National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC)

March 8, 2016

This year, we celebrate International Women’s Day and move forward in our struggle for women’s liberation by challenging ourselves to expand and assert our vision of a just and equal society. Here in Canada and around the world, […]

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Filipino Canadian youth and women’s organizations to commemorate  International Women’s Day with the launch of a critical discussion series and ask “where have all the women gone?”

The Philippine Women Centre of Ontario (PWC-ON) and Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance at York (FCYA/UKPC-York) are inviting everyone to the York University campus during the month of March for a critical discussion series that will tackle a multitude of women’s issues from reproductive justice, domestic work, sex trafficking and prostitution, and women’s history of […]

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We say no to homophobia and sexism! We say no to irresponsible and false leaders!

Congress of Progressive Filipinos
National Statement
February 19, 2016
The Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians (CPFC) is disgusted by the recent homophobic statement made by boxer, Philippine congressman and Senatorial candidate, Manny Pacquiao, against LGBTQs comparing them to being worse than animals for having same-sex relationships. These comments in particular reflect the persisting machismo, homophobia, and sexism […]

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Forum to challenge globalization and expose systemic factors perpetuatingviolence against women

November 26, 2015

On the eve of the National Day of Remembrance and Action Ending Violence Against Women, commemorating the 14 women who passed away at the École Polytechnique Massacre in 1989, a public forum to highlight the work from grassroots women’s organizations across Canada to tackle violence against women will take place on December […]

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Justice for Janitors and Cleaners! Advance and Uphold the Working-class Struggle!

2nd Solidarity Statement for Toronto Janitors and Cleaners
November 25, 2015

 

Toronto, ON—SIKLAB Ontario (Advance and uphold the Struggles of Filipino Canadian Workers) and the member organizations of the Magkaisa (Unity) Centre commend the downtown Toronto janitors and cleaners in their steadfast and resilient strike against the exploitative and abusive hiring contractors Amphora Maintenance Ltd., and […]

By |November 26th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

End contractualization and flexibilization of labour! Meaningful and secure livelihoods for workers now!

Solidarity statement for Toronto Cleaners and Janitors
November 10, 2015
 

Toronto, ON—SIKLAB Ontario (Advance and Uphold the Struggles of Filipino Canadian Workers) and the member organizations of the Magkaisa (Unity) Centre extend our solidarity to the Toronto cleaners and janitors, and their allies, in protest against exploitative working conditions and oppressive labour practices. As part of […]

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