CB Meeting 16 September 2011 LDP Room MVP 217-218 Attendance/People in the Meeting: -Absent :Late Drew

Copuyoc Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Alyssa Nuqui Moses Albiento Dan Remo Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicano Felix Mintu Harvey Parafina Ken Abante – Jan Quing Justin Tan Ana Raymundo Alyssa Gaisano Claudia Vega Lance Viado Gerald Chua Tin Andujare Chris Reyes Reg Guevara Jove Sinco Bryan Chua Kyla Javellana Jiggy Villamin

Video Recording? No *Audio Recording? No Time Start: 6:22 pm Time End: 9:34 pm Agenda 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) World Vision Invite WYD Report Budget Hearing Resource Speaker on Peace Office of the President Report Constitutional Review Buklod Update Important Announcements

Minutes: Prayer was led by Tin Andujare followed by the National Anthem led by Moses Albiento Motion to move Consti review agenda before budget hearing by Gio Alejo seconded by AJ Elicano . There were no objections from the Central Board. Motion to approve by Gio Alejo agenda by seconded by Ian Agatep. There were no objections from the Central Board. 1) World Vision Invite a. Albiento: World Vision event now moved to Ynaris Center Antipolo i. Presents videoon last year’s event ii. November 19, 8am-8pm iii. Applications through ADSA 2) WYD Report a. Andujare: WYD w/ 34 Ateneans i. Fara Supetran and Tin Andujare from Sanggu at Loiola, Azpeita ii. Mass with Fr. General of SJ iii. Next WYD Rio de Janeiro, Brazil i. 3) Constitutional Review a. Alejo: 3 speakers regarding Consti Review i. Chua, Gerald SJC Chief Magistrate i. SJC: six Magistrates to seven magistratesto avoid deadlock decisions ii. 2 sections will be taken out iii. Definition of Arms is vaguedepartments vs. official judicial arm i. Part of SJC from departments as to arms ii. Tan, Margaux, COMELEC Chief Commissioner i. In terms of COMELEC Appointments ii. ICs by COMELECStart of terms of Commissioner from 1st sem2nd sem i. Hard for commissioners to start at Gen El right away ii. No transitioning was made iii. Limcumpao, Gino 4th Yr SOSS CB i. The constitution is very out-dated ii. Chairs asking for cut system for the reps iii. A lot has been amended but no plebiscite was done iv. ECA vs. CB as 4) Budget Hearing

a. Basic Cap Costs i. EvSem 31, 500 b. SOM i. EvSem ii. TOTAL: P 59,020 i. Food (Lunch and Dinner) 13, 760 ii. Food (Breakfast) 4,300 iii. Snacks 5160 iv. 25, 800 iii. Raymundo: Confirmation? iv. Yllana: Do you have the v. Gumaru: We don’t have to sagad cap costswe can go down with regards to the costs vi. Copuyoc: In the budget prop you can ask for your 10% contingency this is still SAF, if you go beyond this we have to go for a retroactive budget proposal. vii. Odulio: If we end up spend 59,600. Will we pay for it talaga? viii. Copuyoc: What is assured 34,650 (w/10% contingency) ix. Odulio: Last time we asked for people to go for Motion to approve 31,500 of SOM budget proposal by Odulio seconded by Chua YES-16 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Dan Remo Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. c. SOSS NO-3 Moses Albiento AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina

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EvSem TOTAL: 27,216 Gas 2400 Transpo 2416 Breakfast 2400 Lunch 3200 Dinner 3200 Snacks 1,600 Accommodations 12,000 Chua: As of now total number of participants is 23 Guevarra: Unethical to use marketing money for own EvSem but it is your own money

Motion to approve 27,216 of SOSS budget proposal by Elicano seconded by Remo YES-19 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Dan Remo Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. d. SOSE i. EvSem ii. Total: 26,626 iii. Tentative attendance 35 people, Oct 15-16 NO

Motion to approve by Felix Mintu P26,626 of SOSE budget proposal seconded by Harvey Parafina YES-19 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Dan Remo Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. e. SOH i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. EvSem Oct 24-25 TOTAL: 21,000 Lunch 1st Day 2,400 Dinner 2,400 2nd Day Lunch 2,400 Breakfast 18,000 Transpo 3,000 Venue 9,000 NO

Motion to approve by Gio Aejo 21,000 of SOH budget proposal seconded by Harvey Parafina. YES-19 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua NO

Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Dan Remo Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. f. DEA/ OP i. Copuyoc: APECO Task ForceMandated DEA and DS Classes to raise awareness regarding the issue ii. TOTAL: 11,880 iii. Transpo 6,820 iv. Food 5,060 v. Copuyoc: This is a new initiative, mandate comes from the OPwe’re supporting this initiative vi. Agatep: can we have 1 DPR member as to 2 LFC vii. Elicano: Task force but not mandated viii. Alejo: Something Sanggu can use after seeing what is happening. ix. Guevara: There is a DEA taskforce holding this already. x. Albiento: We are committing in doing the taskforcewe must be prepared about this as well. Know what you’re voting on. xi. Guevara: This is an info gathering effort.

Motion to approve by Ian Agatep 11, 880 of DEA budget proposal seconded by AJ Elicano YES-18 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Dan Remo NO-1

Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. g. OSG i. Sanggu Shirts ii. Whatever deadline is set, we pay. iii. Be responsible enough pay first and shirt is not a necessity h. OFO i. CB EvSem Oct 20-21 ii. TOTAL: 15600 iii. You have no reason not to send a proxy if you will not be going Motion to approve by Gio Alejo 15,600 of OFO budget proposal seconded by Ian Agatep. YES-19 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Dan Remo Polo Martinez NO-1

Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. i. Buklod Atenista i. Mid-Year Buklod Summit to be attended by Ambassador, President, BAPS Secretary-General primarily.

Motion to approve by Lyssa Nuqui 42,130 of Buklod budget with 2 positions subject to review proposal seconded by Felix Mintu. YES-18 Gio Alejo Ian Agatep Steph Gumaru Alwyn Chua Alvin Yllana Joben Odulio Ryan Yu Cheth Mundin Charm Chan Cate Sison Philippe Bitong Moses Albiento Polo Martinez Nicole Reyes AJ Elicaño Harvey Parafina Ken Abante Justin Tan Budget is approved. Gumaru: Total approved for today P173,362.  Why are the projects always bloated? Why is it during budget proposal, we always ask for more?  Review: o Summer 600,000 o ASLA 300,000 Dan Remo NO-1

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1st Wave 300,000 2nd Wave 200,000 Grants 300,000 NOW: P173,362

5) Resource Speaker on Peace a. Prospects of peace under the Aquino administration b. Under Office of the President, Teresita Deles c. Definition of peace i. Direct violence vs. direct peace i. Direct peace is stopping direct violence ii. Structural violence vs. structural peace i. 2 groups competing for various resources, 1 group more privileged than the other ii. Peace building – equality, equitability, active nonviolence d. 3 categories/5 conflict lines i. Closure agreement areas i. CBA-CPLA ii. RPMP/RPA/ABB ii. CPP/NPA/NDF iii. Moro Fronts e. Historical Narrative of Peace in the Philippines i. Product of American colonialism and Martial Law ii. Tripoli Agreement first signed peace agreement during Martial Law iii. Peace agreements were forged by Cory Aquino aimed to act on abuses done during martial law f. Peace Process in the ground i. PAMANA – payapa at masaganang pamayanan ii. History of violence is rooted in injustice, fragmented identities iii. Objectives: i. Reduce poverty ii. Improve governance iii. Build capacities iv. Sustainable peace and dev’t framework: i. Pillar 1: building foundation for peace ii. Pillar 2: establishing resilient communities iii. Pillar 3: addressing regional dev’t v. PAMANA zones i. 7 PAMANA zones i. CAR ii. Bicol iii. Samar

iv. Negros v. CARAGA vi. ZamBaSuLTa vii. Central Mindanao ARMM g. Peace Process in the hearts of Filipinos i. Revolution – promise – betrayal – downfall ii. Gov’t has long been site of distrust iii. Therefore, what is right is to go against it h. PNoy: solution: Ang Matuwid na Daan i. Reclaiming political institutions ii. Getting people back to trust gov’t i. Hamon: i. Magtaya kayo sa amin! Nuqui: findings from ADMU,DLSU, UP: kulang yung reach ng government Guy: we went to cordillera and students were very aware of it Nuqui: but still, most of the students even here in Manila aren’t made aware of what the government is doing Agatep: Sanggu supported actions regarding peace last year. It’s hard to see the context in a deeper manner, we usually look at the shallow field of the issue. WE should see it not only in the perspective of the students but in the perspectives of other people as well . 6) Office of the President Report a. Main purpose: leadership seminar for reps b. Hopefully patterned after ASLA c. Consulted Sir Rem and he was a bit iffy about it d. Solution: let’s have an FGD, held last august 5 with top 4, school chairs, some CB reps and execs. e. FGD: 3 questions i. Divided to 3 groups, asked to filter results, present it to the group f. Criteria for getting people: i. Top 4 – heads of sanggu ii. Chairs – heads of each school iii. Mix of CB and exec – to get their side of the work g. Question 1: what are reps supposed to do? i. 3 roles: CB role, SB role, middle role ii. Not matter of having more but making sure these are done iii. Need to focus on need in representation iv. Communication line between sanggu and students v. They must know their M-V because that’s the way they will understand why they’re doing it vi. Job is too technical, we should also focus on their formation h. What are the qualities of B/C reps?

i. Self-formation going outwards ii. Have at least a bit of everything iii. Flexibility as student leaders iv. Should possess same qualities of top sanggu officers v. Expectations too big compared to roles vi. Not given much credit i. What are the present issues involving the B/C reps? i. Reps don’t see their importance cos they don’t see their importance ii. No personal relationships with top officers iii. Centralized structure of sanggu iv. Notion of filling in vacant positions with reps v. Relationship building is needed beyond work vi. Finding thing in between because some work while others don’t vii. Cases do vary, it depends on the reps, not entirely sanggu’s fault j. Interpretation has been done, meeting last Tuesday with DIA k. Focus on sophomores and freshmen l. Areas to tackle i. Relationships ii. Culture iii. Job description iv. Incentives v. Consequences/penalties m. Things that need to be addressed in sanggu itself i. Sanggu’s culture i. Do you believe we make reps feel important ii. Chua: the definition of empowerment is subjective iii. What practices does sanggu do to make their reps feel significant? iv. Have we allowed our current culture to address issues such as MIA reps? ii. Job description iii. Discipline i. Do we discipline our reps enough? ii. Do we follow processes? iii. Have we become loose in implementing our rules iv. Do we put importance on rules still? v. Why haven’t we been expecting participation from them even if they decided to run? iv. Incentives i. Do we give something beneficial to the reps? v. Relationship building i. Should we build relationships with our reps?

ii. Drew: yes; compares it to a family business n. Issue of reps has been a long issue already. Take necessary steps to end this forever existing problem 7) Buklod Update a. Issues to be raised in Buklod: i. Magna carta – STRAW ii. Unrecoignized student groups iii. Reps issue iv. 2013 elections v. Student government impression vi. Student publications – impression of students on them vii. Budget management viii. IT proficiency upon reaching college ix. Plans of different Ateneo presidents x. How can technology contribute to more efficient processes in the long run xi. Political party system in other schools xii. RH bill xiii. Faculty effectiveness monitoring 8) Important Announcements a. LIPAD Insetion tom 1-5pm b. Promote sanggu 60 seconds c. Tell EO that COA-Sanggu evsem is Oct 17-19, CB evsem 20-21 d. DRS FGD for satisfaction ratings e. Ateneo Culinary Circle Motion to adjourn by Gio Alejo, seconded by Alwyn Chua. Meeting was adjourned at 9:34 pm. Prepared By: Francis Ian L. Agatep Secretary-General Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila Endorsed By: Francis Ian L. Agatep Secretary-General Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila