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IPG is a child of many parents:

  • Political activists who struggled against the Marcos-led dictatorship and who seek to broaden the democratic process after the EDSA people's power uprising in 1986.
  • Development practitioners engaged in projects for the empowerment of the poor people and communities and their sustainable development.
  • Intellectuals and professionals campaigning for electoral reforms.
  • Women committed to gender-fair and inclusive politics.

These five distinct social and political energies came together in 1992 to start the process that led to establishing IPG formally in February of 1994.


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