• Hacienda Luisita and Land Reform
    Land reform is linked to social justice. When Spain colonized the Philippines by force beginning 1521, its land was already claimed by the conquistadors in the name of Spain. The natives who were already tilling the land were put under Spanish landlords, who were given royal grant to “own” the
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  • Hacienda Luisita
    Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio de los Reyes on Monday said demands for high compensation by the family of President Benigno Aquino who owned Hacienda Luisita would not stop him from proceeding with distributing the vast sugar plantation in May next year. De los Reyes stressed that the land dist
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  • On Hacienda Luisita
    The world has offered a lot of things to explore. Human easily give in with some of those, it may be of the same field but to others, not. But what would set the line among you and the others? The endeavor you choose reflects the values you have. I’ve been eager to know almost about everything
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  • Hacienda Luisita
    14 DEAD, 133 ARRESTED, HUNDREDS MISSING IN THE VIOLENT DISPERSAL OF HACIENDA LUISITA STRIKE All they wanted is to own a piece of land to till for a living. What they got was a piece of mound to lay their bodies to rest till eternity. In a violent strike dispersal in Hacienda Luisita last November
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  • Introduction Hacienda Luisita
    Introduction Hacienda Luisita was once part of the holdings of Compañia General de Tabacos de Filipinas, Sociedad Anónima, better known as Tabacalera, which was founded on November 26, 1881 by a Spaniard from Santander, Cantabria and Santiago de Cuba, Don Antonio López y López. He was the fi
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  • Reaction Paper on Hacienda Luisita Documentary
    CWTS-C1 Monica Kaluag Reaction paper: Hacienda Luisita Where Rights Go Wrong The documentary we watched served as an eye-opener. I always knew about the issue regarding Hacienda Luisita, but I never really saw the gravity of the problem. Through watching the documentary, I realized that the
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  • Hacienda Luisita
    Reaction Paper on Hacienda Luisita Documentary CWTS-C1 Monica Kaluag Reaction paper: Hacienda Luisita Where Rights Go Wrong The documentary we watched served as an eye-opener. I always knew about the issue regarding Hacienda Luisita, but I never really saw the gravity of the problem. Throug
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  • Hacienda Luisita Issue
    Mary joy Guanzon 4A Reaction paper: Hacienda Luisita The documentaries about Hacienda luisita are serve a lesson for all of us. While watching the documentary I feel pity to all farmers of hacienda luisita because they will fight for what they think is right. And I really admired them for
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  • Tlr a Commentary About Taxation and Land Reform Quoted from an Internet Article to Give a View of Carp.
    Big Story There isn't a Biggest Story for Today, yet. | | | | | |BAGUIO : CARP EXTENSION TO BENEFIT 60,000 FARMERS IN CAR | |
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  • Philippine Land Reform
    The National Campaign for Land Reform in the Philippines Saturnino M. Borras Jr. Halifax, Canada Jennifer C. Franco Amsterdam, The Netherlands Web Version September, 2007 http://www.ids.ac.uk/ids/Part/proj/pnp.html [pic] This paper was
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  • Analysis on Land Reform Problems
    Analysis on Land Reform Problems Landownership problem and control of resources remains as a political development issue in the Philippines. Agrarian reform is a necessary condition for agricultural modernization and rural industrialization and the fundamental mooring for global competition. Agr
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  • land reform
     Land reform From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Farmers protesting for land reform in Indonesia, 2004 Land reform (also agrarian reform, though that can have a broader meaning) involves the changing of laws, regulations or customs regarding land ownership.[1] Land reform may...
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  • The Struggle for the Land, Life, and Rights of the Filipino Farmers
    Unfairness and injustice was clearly implemented. Paper work means nothing considering the documents and legalized papers could not be put to use. What the farm workers want is not mere paper, but the actual shares of the land as legalized in the documents! What the government should probably imple
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  • La Hacienda Musa
    La Hacienda Musa1 La Hacienda Musa was a long way from Leuven, Belgium. But for Maria Keller, the transition was as natural as it could be. She had spent twenty years in Leuven studying banana genetics at the Catholic University of Leuven’s Laboratory of Tropical Crops, the world center of banana
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