The Alliance. An introduction to the Student Council Alliance of the Philippines.
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An introduction to the
Student Council Alliance of the Philippines
In 1996, out of the vision of student leaders coming from different major universities and colleges nationwide came up an avenue where student councils and leaders shared commitment to reinvent the student movement out of its continuous decline.From a vision…
Now, with student council and student political party membership coming from 150 schools all over the country, SCAP is the largest and widest student alliance in the Philippines.…to a national alliance!
A center for leadership, training ground for future leaders and movers in society.Site of Leadership
A relationship based on trust and confidence of delivering what is expected. And also, of forging beyond the confines of their perceived limitations.For Students’ Rights and Welfare
The more traditional function of the Student Council is to spearhead various campus activities that are geared toward the holistic development of the student body.
As a center of leadership, the Student Council must continue to affirm its relevance by addressing the issues confronting the students, the community and the nation.
Service and leadership cannot be divorced. It is in this spirit that the Student Council is viewed as a center that provides services to its constituents.
What’s important for us!
– valuing relationships in the spirit of love and justice, individual uniqueness and humanity.
– strength of ideas over strength in numbers.
– to serve and empower by asserting civil, political and economic rights.
- among members and non-members, among the marginalized sectors and international struggles.
Free Burma Campaign
Agrarian Reform Campaign
with the Sumilao Farmers
-upholding national interest while maintaining a global outlook.
-based on mutual respect and consideration as well as recognition of each individual’s uniqueness and humanity.
serves as the highest executive body of the Alliance.
National Secretary General -National Secretariat
National Finance Officer
The National Congress –
serves as the highest legislative body of the Alliance and convenes every two years.
serves as the legislative body of the four regions.
The Chapters –
serve as the functioning body in the local (municipal, city or district) level.