MILG Ugnayang Talakayan in celebration of the 3rd Bangsamoro Foundation

On Moral Governance, Dr. Nassef M. Adiong, Director of PRLS, stresses the importance of creating the BARMM’s concept of leadership since our national heroes were greatly influenced by the Western and European concepts of leadership that were adopted by our country. Creating our own Canon of education specifically on the Bangsamoro knowledge production is also vital, being inspired by the first Muslim thinkers during the golden civilization of Islam. He calls for the inclusion of all types of leadership as mandated by Prophet Muhammad’s Charter of Madina—the first documented constitution in the world. Lastly, he highlights the five principles of moral governance which are Faith, Freedom, Moral authority, Common good, and Social Ethics, concerning community, justice, peace, and equality.

Details: https://prls.work/2022/01/20/prls-takes-part-in-milgs-forum-on-moral-governance-on-barmms-fiscal-and-local-autonomy/

Converting Advocacies to Legislation: A Bill Drafting Seminar Workshop towards a Progressive Bangsamoro (part 2)

The Office of MP Engr Don Arbison Loong JD CESE with the support of the Policy The Office of MP Engr Don Arbison Loong JD CESE, with the support of the Policy Research and Legal Services (PRLS) of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA), conducted a seminar-workshop on “Converting advocacies into legislation for a progressive Bangsamoro” in Cotabato City on December 08-09, 2021.