Senator Loren Legarda invites everyone to view and observe basket and mat weavers from Albay at the National Museum of Anthropology on October 16 (Friday) and 17 (Saturday), 2015.Read More
As the 2015 Dayaw Indigenous Peoples’ Festival kicks off, Senator Loren Legarda today underscored the importance of indigenous knowledge systems and practices in ensuring sustainable development.
“The Dayaw IP festival is a very important event because it gives ordinary people a glimpse on the lives of Filipino IPs. It serves as a reminder that regardless of ethnicity, we are one people,” said Legarda, Chair of the Senate Committee on Cultural Communities.Read More
United Nations Champion for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation for Asia-Pacific, Senator Loren Legarda, today reminded leaders of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies of our moral obligation to adopt policies that support green growth and energy security amid the region’s rapid development and urbanization.
Speaking at the 12th APEC Energy Ministers’ Meeting (EMM 12) in Cebu, Legarda stressed that while Asia has experienced rapid economic growth in the recent years, less attention is being given to the […]
The Philippines has a rich collection of tangible heritage that serves as the physical manifestation of Filipino ingenuity, talent and history. The third episode of Dayaw on October 15 titled “Inukit, Hinulma, Nilikha” highlights the country’s tangible symbols of culture, created using indigenous skills and knowledge.
Senator Loren Legarda urges everyone to watch the latest episode of the 6-part TV documentary series.
“I want everyone to see the value of our tangible heritage, from buildings, artifacts, even traditional houses. These are things […]
In celebration of the International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR) on October 13, Senator Loren Legarda today lauded indigenous communities that continue to utilize their indigenous knowledge systems and practices to build resilience from natural hazards and climate change.Read More