Policies & Legislation

LCP: SECURING THE FUTURE OF CITIES THROUGH POLICY ADVOCACY

Since 1988, LCP has relentlessly steered the direction of national and local policy discourse toward greater local governance, consistent with its vision to achieve genuine autonomy for local governments in the country. The League constantly takes a stance on pressing policy issues that affect city governments and their constituents, guided by a mission to secure the future of both through policy advocacy. Further, LCP ensures that city's united voices are heard by national authorities by reverberating them during legislative hearings in both Houses of Congress and other similar platforms. As of the latest, LCP is closely engaged in monitoring and promoting cities' welfare in different policy issues to include federalism, local fiscal autonomy, LGU conversion, and the review of the 1991 Local Government Code among others. Readers can obtain a more nuanced understanding of the cities' perspective in the mentioned areas, by browsing through the following position papers crafted by the League.

 

Below are the position papers LCP submitted to various bills on Senate and Congres:

 

1. Position paper on BIGGER PIE, BIGGER SLICE -->

2. Position paper on CITYHOOD -->

3. Position paper on FEDERALISM -->

4. Position paper on LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE REVIEW -->

5. LCP Statement on SENATE BILL NO. 1842 -->

6. Position paper on Maternity Bill (House Bill No. 4113) -->

APO International Conference on Public Sector Productivity
October 5, 2018
The Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), as the implementing arm of the Asian Productivity Organization's (APO) Center of Excellence on Public Sector Productivity, is pleased to host for the second year the APO International Conference on Public Sector Productivity on November 22 to 23, 2018 at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City, Philippines.
Self-learning training course on Disaster Risk Management for urban planning practitioners
October 5, 2018
Ensuring safe and resilient urban growth in the ASEAN region is a huge challenge. The region suffers significantly from the impacts of disasters, and this is set to intensify due to climate change.
 MEMO
EOI to become a Pilot City on localizing SDGs for Sustainable Urban Resource Management in Asia
August 30, 2018
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP) and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) are inviting interested cities to become a pilot city for the project "Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into local action in support of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific."
7th UCLG-ASPAC Congress on Innovation-driven Development for Sustainable Cities
August 14, 2018
We are pleased to forward the invitation of the United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific for their 7th Congress on Innovation-driven Development for Sustainable Cities slated on 12-15 September 2018 in Surabaya, Indonesia.
 FEATURE CITY