People of Faith & Goodwill to Solons: Ascend from Evil, Drop the BNPP Bill!

Broad faith-based groups, social movements and communities flew 100 kites against BNPP and immoral debts. As the 14th Congress resumes its session today, oppositors of the planned opening of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) also resume their campaign by simultaneously flying 100 kites to symbolize their resistance against the proposed use of the BNPP  … Continue reading

Fly a kite against the BNPP!

Warm greetings in Peace from the Faith-based Congress Against Immoral Debts (FCAID)! The FCAID envisions a strong, united and consistent “inter” faith-based sector that gives a value-added contribution to the overall debt discourse and works toward tangible policy reforms on the debt issue.

Faith-based network join an Ash Wednesday mass urging legislators to withdraw their signatures from HB 4631

As the Lenten Season begins, we at the Faith-based Congress Against Immoral Debts (FCAID) joined hands with other faith-based and concerned organizations led by the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines (AMRSP), Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC), and Network Opposed to Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (NO to BNPP) in an appeal to our … Continue reading

The Renewal of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

Summary of Issue Last July 3, 2008, Congress Representative Mark O. Cojuangco, together with other co-authors, initially filed House Bill No. 4631 entitled, “Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Re-Commissioning Act of 2008.” The Bill identified the cost of the revival of BNPP amounting to US$ 1 billion and that the amount would be generated from loans … Continue reading