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Criteria for Selecting Candidates. The Movement for Good Governance Background Ateneo School of Government / Kaya Natin / People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) / Gawad Galing Pook / World Bank. Effective. Competent Good Track Record Decisive and Proactive

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Criteria for selecting candidates

Criteria for Selecting Candidates

The Movement for Good Governance

Background

Ateneo School of Government / Kaya Natin / People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) / Gawad Galing Pook / World Bank


Effective
Effective

  • Competent

  • Good Track Record

  • Decisive and Proactive

    Role: Kapitan ng Barko

    Steers the ship of state to arrive at the “destination of a just humane & prosperous society


Indicators
Indicators

  • Does candidate:

    • Demonstrate political will (risk-taking and courage to implement reforms)?

    • Work hard and is smart; and

    • Effectively manage public resources

  • Does candidate:

    • Have a clear and comprehensive platform of government; and

    • Consistent and clear positions on key issues (i.e. peace and order, debt servicing, electoral reform, agrarian reform, housing the poor, education for all, accessible health care, etc.)?

  • What actions has candidate taken to address the root causes of poverty and social injustice?

    • Programs (Organizational/Crisis Management, Reforms, Projects);

    • Legislation/Policy; and

    • Positions on issues?

  • Does candidate have the education and work experience to address relevant issues and work with the legislative body?

    • Economy - Socio-Cultural

    • National Security - Governance

    • Environment.

  • Does the candidate have a sound and effective legislative record

    • number of bills passed vs. filed


Empowering
Empowering

  • Participative/Engaging

  • Inspiring

  • Socially Just

    Role: Is he or she an Inspiring Servant Leader?

    A good example for all to follow?


Indicators1
Indicators

  • Does candidate involve stakeholders in decision making?

    • Participatory vs. autocratic.

  • Does candidate promote social justice?

    • Basic Needs (food, health, education, shelter).

    • Interests of marginalized (women, indigenous people, handicapped).

  • Does candidate inspire unity, trust, and optimism in people?

    • Understand the concerns and share the values of the ordinary Filipino;

    • Has a compelling vision which inspires hope; and

    • Makes you be proud to be Filipino.

  • Has the candidate consulted both strong and marginalized stakeholders/sectors/constituencies and peers/colleagues in aid of (conducting) his/her legislative agenda?


Ethical
Ethical

  • God-fearing

  • Clean and Honest Track Record

  • Proven Integrity

    Role: Bantay ng Bayan

    Promotes the rule of law, protects public resources and fights injustice, graft and corruption


Indicators2
Indicators

  • Does candidate:

    • Demonstrate good moral character (lifestyle);

    • Have a circle of associates (allies, backers, party, broad-based volunteers) who are people of integrity and are pro-reform; and

    • Sacrifice personal/familial/vested interests for the common good (political dynasty, conflict of interest, nepotism)?

  • Does candidate:

    • Advocate and practice meritocracy in government;

    • Personally comply to laws (self, family and subordinates;

    • Prosecute/punish offenders; and

    • Protect and promote human rights?

  • Does candidate use the national wealth and resources for the common good?

    • Transparent use and accounting of public funds; and

    • Protects natural resources and promotes sustainable development?

  • Has the candidate initiated formal inquiries to expose injustice and corruption and has this led to prosecution and/or to an enactment of a law?



Candidate profile

Personal Background

Contact details

Profession and Businesses

Education

Track Record

Program Performance

Programs launched

Results Achieved

Policy Performance

Bills filed / Laws passed (legislator)

Regulations approved / implemented (executive)

Affiliations

Political Party alliances

Special interests (business, affiliates)

Ethical Performance

Cases filed

Status

Resolution

Controversies raised

Status

Resolution

Candidate Profile


Effective1
Effective

1 2 3

  • Platform and Positions

    • LIST CRITICAL INCIDENTS

  • Work Ethic, Political Will, Results

  • Programs, Policies, Legislation

  • Education and Work Experience

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total:

Prepared by: (LIST NAMES OF REVIEWERS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY)


Empowering1
Empowering

1 2 3

  • Participatory Decision-Making

    • LIST CRITICAL INCIDENTS

  • Social Justice Focus

  • Inspires Trust, Hope, Pride

  • Consults Stakeholders

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total:

Prepared by: (LIST NAMES OF REVIEWERS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY)


Ethical1
Ethical

1 2 3

  • Moral Lifestyle and Associations

    • LIST CRITICAL INCIDENTS

  • Meritocracy, Human Rights, Accountability

  • Stewardship of Public Resources

  • Anti-Corruption Actions and Results

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total:

Prepared by: (LIST NAMES OF REVIEWERS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY)


Mechanics
Mechanics

  • Scores Added

  • Must meet at least 8 points per criteria/E

  • Must total at least 29 to be considered as Champion*

  • Candidates Ranked**

  • Candidates Notified

  • Covenants Signed

    * For Kaya Natin Local Government Champions

    ** for MGG/Moral Force Presidential Primaries



Rate candidate according to

1 2 3 4

Rate Candidate according to:

  • Competence

    • Effectively addresses question and proposes solution to problem

  • Clarity & Conciseness

    • Explains position in a simple, understandable manner

  • Courage

    • Takes a stand on controversial Doesn’t rely on ‘safe’ answers

  • Consistency

    • Does not contradict actions/ statements (before/during forum)

  • Commitment

    • Proposes solutions (during) & demonstrates actions (before/after)

1 – Very Bad

2 – Bad

3 – Good

4 - Outstanding

Total


Additional mechanics
Additional Mechanics

  • Themes ( Education, Economy, Peace & Conflict Resolution, Environment, Poverty, Governance)

    • determined by MGG / Organizers

  • Questions prepared in advance but not sent to candidate

    • 60% prepared; 40% live (audience-generated)

  • Scorecard & Candidate Profile distributed upon registration

    • To be explained in email and before program starts

  • 2 hour session

    • Part I: 30 minutes opening by resource speaker to set context for forum theme / discussion

    • Part II: 1 hr. 30 min. for debate and closing statements

    • Media must cover at least Part II

  • Post-event:

    • Registration can be given a chip to drop in a candidate drop box at end of session

      • A’la banking customer service boxes (e.g., BPI)

      • Who is the best tonight

    • Scorecards + drop box collected @ end show

    • Results shown at beginning of next show

      • Keeps candidates and audience in suspense

  • Outcome

    • Results tabulated and published

    • MGG Coalition members encouraged to support winning tandem


Role clarity and structure

Media Partner

Producer

Finances program

Marketing Arm

Finds sponsors and allocates air time

Logistics Provider

Broadcast equipment

Set management

MGG

Content Provider

Program, Resource Speakers, Invitations

Marketing Support

Uses media and social networks to assist in finding sponsors and viewers

Logistics support

Volunteers for registration, audience management,

Tabulation

Role Clarity and Structure


Project team

Paeng

Polsci orgs, NCR

Michelle

Ateneo, Student Council Engagement

Ching

YVote infrastructure

Coalition management

Tanya

YVote Regional Infrastructure

Media

Dred

Student Councils & YVote Chapters

Bill

Program content and institutional marketing

Quintin

Program content

coordination

Project Team


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Secure commitment

    • Dean Tony, Bill, Youth Vote

  • Finalize and approve Program structure

  • Line-up partners and debate locations

  • Secure Media Partnerships

  • Secure Sponsors

  • Launch debates

  • Pronounce winner

    • SURVEY




Candidate profile1

Personal Background

Professor, Ateneo School of Gov’t.

Former Rep., 1st District Bukidnon

AB Political Science, UP

PhD Political Science, East-West Center, Univ. of Hawaii

Global Fellow, Yale University

Track Record

Clean Air and Water Acts

Bukidnon Integrated Homeowners Industries, Inc. (BINHI) Microfinance (2nd largest in Mindanao)

Affiliations

Liberal Party (former Chair, NIPD and CALD)

Mother, former Congresswoman

Sister, current Congresswoman

Ethical Performance

Cases filed

Vs. Binhi and pork barrel

Dropped in 2003; resurrected in 2009

Candidate Profile


Effective2
Effective

1 2 3

  • Platform and Positions

    • Pro-environment, women’s rights; freedom of speech

    • Hard-line stance vs. corruption and patronage

  • Work Ethic, Political Will, Results

    • Strong management of Ecology Committee for hearings and legislation

    • Yale & East West recognition

  • Programs, Policies, Legislation

    • Landmark laws (CA & CW Act)

    • BINHI Microfinance

  • Education and Work Experience

    • PhD, Yale Fellowship

    • Congressman, Professor, Regional party chair, Grameen banker,

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total: 12


Empowering2
Empowering

1 2 3

  • Participatory Decision-Making

    • Conducts committee hearings and legislation transparently

  • Social Justice Focus

    • Has made environment a moral issue; anti-corruption crusades support justice promotion and rule of law

    • BINHI microfinance uplifts Mindanaoan women & families

  • Inspires Trust, Hope, Pride

    • Charismatic and inspiring vision, programs, demeanor, and action

    • Inspiring professor and speaker

  • Consults Stakeholders

    • Engages stakeholders (e.g., companies, NGOs, experts) in crafting legislation and resolutions.

    • As CALD chair, effectively engages regional parliamentarians and counterparts

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total: 12


Ethical2
Ethical

1 2 3

  • Moral Lifestyle and Associations

    • Simple lifestyle as attested by family and peers

    • No lavish lifestlyle controversy

  • Meritocracy, Human Rights, Accountability

    • Question on dynasty in Bukidnon

    • Human rights champion

  • Stewardship of Public Resources

    • Managed CDF well but encountered controversy

  • Anti-Corruption Actions and Results

    • Anti-corruption actions but no significant results yet

1 – Does Not Meet

2 – Meets

3 – Exceeds

Total: 9


Overall score nereus acosta
Overall Score: Nereus Acosta

Minimum requirement: 29

N. Acosta: 33

Recommendation: Select as Champion