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PIDS WB 2021-0901: 19th Development Policy Research Month Kick-Off Forum

The Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) held a virtual forum on September 2, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM, via CISCO Webex. Led by PIDS, the Development Policy Research Month is held every September to promote awareness and appreciation of the importance of policy research in the formulation of evidence-based policies, programs, and projects. Each year, a theme is chosen, and activities are held to encourage informed dialogue and discussion of key issues related to the theme. This year’s DPRM theme is “Reset and Rebuild for a Better Philippines in the Post-Pandemic World”, or in Filipino, “Muling Magsimula at Magtayo Tungo sa Mas Matatag na Pilipinas Pagkatapos ng Pandemya”. Through this theme, we would like to emphasize that to be able to rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic and create a better Philippines, we need to reset our paradigms and practices by balancing the interests of people, profit, and planet or by placing equal importance on economic, social, and environmental well-being and sustainability. To this end, the government, business sector, academe, civil society, and the general public should work together in pursuing a shared vision of an equitable, sustainable, and resilient post-pandemic Philippines.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Development Policy Research Month; DPRM; COVID-19; pandemic; Ethical Business; Green and Inclusive Recovery;
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