Just benefits for Asia Brewery workers. Workers of Asia Brewery in Cabuyao, Laguna protested on September to demand living wages and benefits. The workers have been negotiating their collective bargaining agreement with the management for more than eight months now. They pointed out that they continued to work for the company even amid the pandemic, yet they remain underpaid. Asia Brewery is owned by capitalist Lucio Tan who posted a 10.9% increase (₱6.08 billion) in net income in 2020.

Aid during tiem­po muer­to. More than 300 farm workers under the National Federation of Sugar Workers marched to the provincial capitol in Bacolod City on August 25 to demand the release of funds allocated to aid farmers amid the tiem­po muer­to (off-milling sea­son in sugar plantations).

Commemoration of the Lianga Massacre. Human rights groups lighted candles in front of the Commission on Human Rights in Quezon City on September 1 to mark the sixth anniversary of the Lianga Massacre. Justice is yet to be served to the families of Emerito Samarca, executive director of ALCADEV and Lumad leaders Juvello Sinzo and Dionel Campos.

Groups condemn budget for corruption. Various sectors protested in front of the House of Representatives in Quezon City in September 3 to condemn the corrupt, puppet and oppressive Duterte government. The protest was held in conjuction with the deliberation of the 2022 budget proposal of the Office of the President. They said that funds allocated for pork barrel, corruption and suppression must be removed from the budget.