IAG conducted consultations with various emerging political parties and movements in the region as part of the preparations for the rollout of a training series for existing and emerging political parties in the Bangsamoro.

The past 15 years would not have been truly a success for IAG had it not been for the support and partnerships of different international donor organizations. As we celebrate our 15th anniversary, we would like to share IAG’s success and thank them all.

Ms. Sheila Algabre has stepped into the role of Director for Programs at the Institute for Autonomy and Governance. Atty. Benedicto Bacani, IAG Executive Director, announced today the appointment of Ms. Algabre to the new post responsible for supervising the inception, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and reporting of IAG programs. 

As an institute devoted to promoting holistic human development, our greatest resource are not only the women and men at IAG but our countless partners who have journeyed and supported us for 15 years.

The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) and the Institute for Autonomy and Governance (IAG) with support from the Government of the United Kingdom have entered into a partnership to implement a 10-month project on Political Party Building and Development in the Bangsamoro.

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