IN PHOTOS: QC Movement for Change calls for peace talks resumption


Tayo ang Pagbabago, a newly formed movement for change by professionals, members of the academe, women, youth, urban poor, persons with disability and workers based in Quezon City, gathered at the Wold Peace Bell Shrine at the Quezon City Memorial Circle on Monday to call on President Rodrigo Duterte to address issues faced by the people of Quezon City. Among these issues include employment and livelihood, decent housing, accessible social services and the resumption of peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GPH) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).

Jobs, livelihood and housing are some of the key issues raised by Tayo ang Pagbabago.
Members of Tayo ang Pagbabago laugh at a joke that all of them are pushers--'pushers of change'.
The World Peace Bell was rang as the movement's calls are being read.