Drivers protest vs. oil price hike. Drivers and youth activists protested along East Avenue in Quezon City on October 5 to condemn six consecutive oil price hikes in past months. According to Piston, the gasoline prices have cumulatively increased by ₱4 per liter, while diesel and kerosene prices increased by ₱5.65 and ₱5.30 per liter, respectively.

World Teachers’ Day. The Alliance of Concerned Teachers marked the World Teachers’ Day on October 5 in Mendiola, Manila. They demanded salary increases, benefits and aid amid the economic and health crisis. They condemned the intensified attacks by the regime against the sector and its neglect over the plight of teachers. Teachers of the Manila Science High School also protested outside the school campus.

Resistance against Manila Bay reclamation. Fisherfolk and environmental groups protested at the Manila Bay on September 24 to condemn the Duterte regime’s attempt to demolish oyster and mussel farms in Cavite City, Bacoor City, Noveleta and Kawit. They were accompanied by young environmental activists who protested in solidarity with the Global Climate Strike.

Kabataan Partylist pickets in Comelec. Members of the Kabataan Partylist mounted a picket protest in front of the Comelec headquarters in Intramuros, Manila to demand a comprehensive, efficient and accessible registration process for millions of potential voters. On September 30, the Comelec extended voter registration up to October 31.

Reinstate shipyard workers. The Unyon ng mga Manggagawa sa Harbour Centre protested in front of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) headquarters in Manila on September 30 to demand the reinstatement of 216 workers terminated by the company in January. They demanded that their employer uphold the June 28 Supreme Court decision which states that they should be reinstated and regularized. Earlier in 2017, the DOLE issued a decision stating that the workers should be regularized.