Vision: A child-labor free Philippines

Goal: Remove one million children from child labor by 2025
Objective of Planning Workshop: Two-year communication and advocacy plan


May 11 (Wednesday)

1:00 pm: Travel to Baguio
Arrival, check in and settling in
Trip to BenCab museum (time permitting, if not will be moved later)
o Registration (Ms Gladys Bendoval [FFW], Ms Kim Diaz and Ms Ikah Reyes



 Expectation setting (pax to write on metacards)
Getting to know you activity: Prof. Wowie Lomibao, Communication

Planning Consultant

Summary of Expectations, Workshop Objectives and Program Overview
and Assignment of Host Groups: Mr. Julius Cainglet (FFW), Chair, KMSC
House rules: Ms Kim
Film/Documentary viewing: Ms Ikah

May 12 (Thursday)
9:00 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15


Opening Ceremonies
National Anthem
Opening Remarks: Director Nathaniel Lacambra, DOLE-CAR
Mr. Giovanni Soledad, ILO
II. Updates & Developments on Child Labor: Ms Beth Casin, DOLE-BWSC
III. Assessment of the KMSC: Mr. Julius C., FFW, Chair, KMSC

Masters of Ceremonies: Ms Ikah and Ms Yan Bucar (BWSC)


Reporting and Feedback Recap of previous day’s activities (Workshop Group) VIII. DOLE-BWSC V. NYC o My favorite websites: Mr. creatives  Reviewing the Facebook page and events X. Using Traditional. o My use of Twitter: Ms Shiela Ramos. Breakout session 2 – Review of available communication materials  Reviewing the CLKSS website  Reviewing the Talakayang Pambata web series  Reviewing other IEC materials. budgets)  Website content (including story ideas)  New media use  Events (Including World Day Against Child Labor and Hotline Launch)  Research  Episode Planning for Talakayang Pambata AFTERNOON BREAK XII. DOLE IV-A o My use of Podcasts: Mr. Proposed Core Message of the KMSC (I M Batang Malaya [Isang Milyong Batang Malaya]): Mr. Breakout session 3 – Planning for 2 years (Use output from breakout session 1. collaterals. specify messages. Special and New Media: Prof..10:15–11:15 11:15 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 1:00 – 3:00 3:00 – 3:15 3:15 – 5:00 May 13 (Friday) 9:00 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 11:15 11:15 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 1:00 – 3:00 3:00 – 3:15 3:15 – 5:00 May 14 (Saturday) 9:00 – 10:00 IV. audiences. NAPC MORNING BREAK IX.Breakout session 1 – Particularizing the sub-committee plans (Based on Plan Outputs) AFTERNOON BREAK VII. PIA o My use of YouTube Channels: Ms Dulce Ledesma. focal persons. time frames. Producing content on children: legal and ethical issues. Josh Serilo. Input: Communication in Advocacy and Development: Prof. Wowie Lomibao LUNCH BREAK VI. Reporting and feedback Preparation of 2-year calendar Review of the previous day’s activities (Workshop Group) XIII. Remon Escalante. Wowie 2 . setting standards and protocols: Prof. ECOP o My use of newsfeeds: Ms Cyndi Enriquez. . Julius C.Reporting on New Media Use o My use of Blogs: Ms Vanessa Rodriguez. Reporting and feedback LUNCH BREAK XI. Wowie . Review of General Plans (including gaps) and overview of other subcommittee plans: Ms Beth C.

Certificate distribution and Ritual.Response and Closing Remarks: Director Ahmma Charisma Lobrin-Satumba.10:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 1:00 – 2:00 2:00 – 3:00 MORNING BREAK XIV.  Writers Pool  Researchers’ Pool  Speakers’ Bureau  Photographers’/Videographers’ Pool  Events Managers  Artists’/Designers’ Pool  Formation of Facebook group XVI. Julius C. DOLE-BWSC End of the Program 3:00 PM Travel back to Manila 3 . Closing program . Writeshop (Wowie) LUNCH BREAK XV. Summary of workshop accomplishments and remaining challenges Formation of Content Pool: Mr. Wowie . Covenant signing: Prof.

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