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Module 4 in UCSP (group 1).pdf

  1. 1. Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics Quarter 2 – Module 4: Nonstate Institutions (Presentation & Reporting) Submitted By: Group 1 (11-Freedom) Submitted To: Mrs. Shiela Marie O. Andama
  2. 2. What is It: Nonstate Institutions and Organizations  Bank - is a place where people deposit or save their money with corresponding interest on a given period of time. It lends money both to the public and private organizations. The government borrows money from the bank to finance its projects while private organizations and individuals borrow money to finance their business and other personal needs. Example includes: Banco de Oro, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Metrobank, rural banks, etc.
  3. 3.  Corporation - is a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity and recognized as such in law. Usually, corporations operate as stock corporations where ownership is through stockholders who own particular shares in the company. Examples are San Miguel Corporation and Jollibee Foods Corporation.  Cooperative - or coop refers to an autonomous association whose membership is voluntary toward the attainment of common economic, social and cultural needs or aspirations. A cooperative is owned by its members. Examples are credit cooperative, consumer cooperative, electric cooperative, housing cooperative, worker’s cooperative, agricultural cooperative, general cooperative. A trade union or labor union is an organization of workers whose main objective is to protect the welfare of its members. Its purpose is to collectively 2 negotiate employers for better compensation benefits, safety standards in the workplace, just to name a few. In the Philippines, these national federations are Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU).
  4. 4.  Transnational Advocacy Groups - are involved in social advocacy to promote principled causes, ideas and values. Their goal is to give the powerless a voice in the domestic and international lawmaking body. Common social advocacies include human rights, consumer rights, women’s rights, environmental issues, and international peace. In the Philippines, Human Rights Watch is very active in human rights and peace issues.  Development Agencies - are committed/dedicated to distributing aid. These agencies are present in developing countries challenged by security conflict, food shortage, climate change, financial instability and others. Some of the prominent development agencies in the Philippines are the following: ● United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ● Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) ● Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Aid can be subdivided into two categories: humanitarian aid (emergency relief efforts in response to disasters and development aid (foreign aid) aimed at helping countries to achieve sustainable economic growth.
  5. 5.  Global Organizations - operate in the development of entire countries. They are the funders and donors. They operate by giving loans or grants to other countries to be used for development. In the onslaught of covid-19, the Philippines was granted a loan by the World Bank to be used for financial assistance to many of the Filipinos who are affected by the pandemic. Below are the most well-known organizations in the world. ● World Bank (WB) ● International Monetary Bank (IMB) ● Asian Development Bank (ADB)  International Organizations - are organizations with international membership, scope or presence. The two (2) main types are the following: ● International Non-governmental Organizations (INGO) - non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that operate internationally, example, International Committee of the Red Cross. ● International Governmental Organizations (IGOs) – these are organizations that are made up primarily of member states, example, the United Nations (UN).
  6. 6. What I Can Do: SUMMARY  Bank - is a place where people deposit or save their money with corresponding interest on a given period of time.  Corporation - is a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity and recognized as such in law.  Cooperative - or coop refers to an autonomous association whose membership is voluntary toward the attainment of common economic, social and cultural needs or aspirations.  A trade union or labor union - is an organization of workers whose main objective is to protect the welfare of its members. In the Philippines, these national federations are Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) and the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU).  Transnational Advocacy Groups - are involved in social advocacy to promote principled causes, ideas and values. In the Philippines, Human Rights Watch is very active in human rights and peace issues.  Development Agencies - are committed/dedicated to distributing aid. Some of the prominent development agencies in the Philippines are United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).  Global Organizations operate - in the development of entire countries. Some of the most well-known organizations in the world include World Bank (WB), International Monetary Bank (IMB), and Asian Development Bank (ADB).  International Organizations - are organizations with international membership, scope or presence. The two main types are the International
  7. 7. Thank you for listening! References:  Antonio P. Contreras, Arleigh Ross D. Dela Cruz, Dennis S. Erasga, Cecile C. Fadrigon, Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics, Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., 2016, 185-207.  Ederlina D. Baleña, Dolores M. Lucero, Arnel M. Peralta, Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics for Senior High School, Quezon City: Educational Resources Corporation, 2016, 98- 106. Members Acta, Friendster Aguihap, Gian Alan Alayon, Jorlyn Alano, Restly Alado, Wilmar Alvarez, Arrian Amosig, Angelica Araque, Marithen Rais Avelino, Shane

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