There were about 90 participants in attendance, including staff members of CSITE and students from the Cordillera State Institute of Technical Education’s Main Campus and CSITE Annex attended the Anti-Terrorism campaign led by officers of the Baguio City Police Office-City Mobile Force Company (BCPO- CMFC) at the Multi-Purpose Hall, CSITE-Main Campus, Military Cut-off, Baguio City on June 07, 2024.

With the theme, “Edukasyon hindi Rebolusyon, Papel hindi Bala: No to Youth Exploitation, Kabataan at Kapulisan para sa Bayan,” the Philippine National Police advocates to condemn Communist Terrorist Groups’ recruitment inside school campuses and to put an end to communist insurgency and reintegrate its members back to mainstream society as productive citizens of the Republic.

Accordingly, the youth are the most susceptible in terms of recruitment given their innocence and vulnerability to false ideologies. This activity provided more information and understanding of the strategies being done by the communists and to avoid joining them.

Mr. Ronaldo G. Dela Cruz, Administrative Officer V of CSITE Annex in his closing message, highlighted that students need to be educated and be able to decide whether or not to join the other side and risk their life and their future. He also quoted a provision under the 1987 Constitution, Article II, Section 13, “The State recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.”
With the joint support of Government and Non-Government institutions, the advocacy against communist groups with flourish.

“Let us stand as one nation and stop terrorism,”-PNP BCPO-CMFC

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