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[Campus Bulletin] The Great Catch: Unmasking Realities in the West Philippine Sea

Updated: Dec 3, 2021


The National Collegiate Economics Convention (NCEC) 2021, through the University of Santo Tomas - Faculty of Arts and Letters and the Artlets Economics Society, presents The Great Catch: Unmasking Realities in the West Philippine Sea, a two-day webinar series focusing on the West Philippine Sea as an Exclusive Economic Zone taking place on December 2 and 3, 2021 via Zoom Cyberspace.


The National Collegiate Economics Convention was created for students and professionals from various academic institutions in the country. The NCEC is ready to welcome delegates who wish to have a deeper and broader perspective on different economic and national concerns. This webinar series aims to enlighten the youth about the history of the territorial dispute, the different justifications of countries involved, and the various environmental, social, and economic implications engendered by the conflict in the hopes of deepening our understanding of the economic repercussions of the WPS dispute.


The NCEC 2021 would like to express their sincerest gratitude to the following organizations and partners for this event.

PLATINUM

UST SOCC (Student Organizations Coordinating Council)

Rotaract Club of Mandaluyong Uptown

GOLD

Economics Research Society

UST College of Education Student Council

OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNERS

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To help in navigating this event, see the event details here: https://ust-ncec-tgc.carrd.co/#


Register here: bit.ly/TGCPreReg

Registration is open until December 1, 2021 or until slots are available.


Stay updated by following their Facebook page at National Collegiate Economics Convention (facebook.com/ust.ncec)


For further inquiries, you may contact them at:


UST NCEC 2021: The Great Catch

ustncec2021.tgcofficial@gmail.com


Bea Bringas, Project Head, The Great Catch

0999 934 5501 | bea.bringas.ab@ust.edu.ph

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