BANTAY KITA ADVOCATES FOR AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MINING, COAL, AND OIL & GAS INDUSTRIES FOR THESE FINITE NATURAL RESOURCES CONTRIBUTE TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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Press Release (August 16, 2016)
Large-scale miners paid a mere P5.4 billion to government or 0.003% of total government revenues in 2013. This is contrary to claims that the sector contributes P40 billion to state coffers. The said figures are based from the 2015 Country Report of the Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
BK interns presents outputs and findings
News Release (May 2, 2016)
Seven students from the UP School of Economics presented their research output and learnings from their 3-month internship with Bantay Kita in a culmination program held in UP Diliman last May 2, 2016.
On February 9, 2016, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) and National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) jointly called on concerned national agencies to shed light on issues brought...
Mining remains at the centre of numerous social and environmental issues today. Currently, the state mandates mining operators to directly spend on programs benefiting...
This paper by Anton Ragos analyses the social development and management programs of mining operators in the Philippines. How effective are these programs and what are regulatory issues?
Ang likas na yaman ay limitado. Tunay nga bang nakikinabang ang mga Pilipino sa angkin nilang likas na yaman? Sapat ba ito? Alamin sa infographics na ito kung magkano ba ang kinita ng minerals mo.
Campaign Finance Infographic Video
Alam mo ba ang bawal mag-ambag ng anumang kontribusyon ang mga extractive companies (mining, coal, and oil & gas)? Alamin sa video infographic na ito ang mga bawal ngayong eleksyon!