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Philippine Social Institute



The Philippine Social Institute (PSI) is the education and training arm of the Federation of Free Workers (FFW). It was established in 1973.

The PSI is committed to workers' education and development. It:

  • evolves as it responds to trade unionism's transformation into a social movement in this eara of globalization
  • embraces as it extends its services to all sectors: workers, peasants, professional groups, women, youth, senior citizens, differently-abled, migrants, refugees, overseas workers, unemployed, underemployed, organized and unorganized
  • empowers as it pursues education that harnesses the capabilities of various groups to govern their own affairs

The PSI has the following goals:

  • develop the abilities and capacities of workers and marginalized sectors to promote their rights and well-being
  • train workers for socio-political awareness and participation so that they may be able to articulate and advocate for social and economic reforms consistent with the FFW vision
  • consolidate and strenthen workers' organizations and other sectors of society as a means toward renewal and transformation of the FFW into a trade union-social movement

 

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