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Howard Dee is recognized for his 'quietly heroic acts of service to the Filipino people'
'Quiet courage and empathy, and leaders that put in the hard work of actually transforming the lives of people, are rarities in these times, when dictatorship is claimed by some to be better' says Vice President Leni Robredo during the 2018 Ramon Magsaysay Awards ceremony
'We live today in a world of turmoil and uncertainty. All human institutions are at risk, our democracy, our family, our national sovereignty,' Dee said during his speech at this year's Ramon Magysaysay Foundation awarding ceremony.
Other awardees of Asia's equivalent of the Nobel Prize are Youk Chang of Cambodia, Maria de Lourdes Martins Cruz of East Timor, Bharat Vatwani and Sonam Wangchuk of India, and Vo Thi Hoang Yen of Vietnam
The proposed Bangsamoro law recognizes promotes and protects the rights of lumads but does not mention the IPRA a law passed in 1997 that has yet to be implemented in ARMM
Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte clarifies that the National Peace Summit won’t replace Congress but will be an additional discussion on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law