CBBRC dances with One Billion Rising 2017

February 15, 2017

Members of the Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center (CBBRC) joined thousands in dancing for women’s rights and for peace for this year’s One Billion Rising. The One Billion Rising is a global movement, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women.[1][2][3] It was started in 2012 as part of the V-Day […]


CBBRC conducts workshop on digital visual arts

February 7, 2017

Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center, in cooperation with Mensen met een Missie, conducted a training on digital visual arts. According to CBBRC’s Executive Director Helen Simplina, the purpose of the workshop is to instill skills in the field of digital visual arts in the attendees. Taught by Ericson Caguete of KMU’s Public Information Department, the attendees […]

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CBBRC visits Sagara workers’ camp

December 2, 2016

Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center is one with the workers of Sagara Metro Plastics Industrial Corporation, as they protest the unjust termination of the contractual workers. The management of SMPIC retrenched the workers, saying that the company is going bankrupt. However, the workers believe that they were retrenched after discovering that they were organizing themselves […]


Pandayan in Central Luzon

August 27, 2016

The Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center organized a festival featuring educational discussions in Central Luzon. This is part of CBBRC’s advocacy to help build skills in workers. In coordination with various regional groups, CBBRC hoped that Pandayan will provide the target audience with needed skills to analyze different issues. According to Helen Simplina, CBBRC Executive […]


Ka Bel would have been a good Labor Sec for Duterte

May 20, 2016

Today is Crispin “Ka Bel” Beltran’s eighth death anniversary. A champion of the working-class, Ka Bel is probably protesting in his grave because the conditions of workers have worsened. According to independent think-tank Ibon Foundation, minimum wage has barely increased. Precarious working conditions continue. Contractualization is still being practiced. Will this change under the administration […]