Publications

A leaflet on Republic Act No. 7877 also known as the "Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995." Contains answers to commonly asked questions about the law and sexual harassment. Also contains contact details of agencies and organizations that sexual harassment victims may approach for help.

This publications contains the full text of the Republic Act No. 9208 also known as the "Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003." It also contains the implementing rules and regulations for this law.
 

This report summarizes the Philippine experience in carrying out the Women’s Convention (1996-2004). It discusses the milestones that have been made during the period that made a difference in the lives of Filipino women. Moreover, it list the significant achievements met in line with the 16 articles of Women’s convention. It also includes Filipino women fact sheets reports on overseas employment, violence against women, labor and employment, politics and governance, population, families and households, education and training, and health and nutrition.

This report summarizes the Philippine experience in carrying out the Women’s Convention (1996-2004). It discusses the milestones that have been made during the period that made a difference in the lives of Filipino women. Moreover, it list the significant achievements met in line with the 16 articles of Women’s convention. It also includes Filipino women factsheets reports on overseas employment, violence against women, labor and employment, politics and governance, population, families and households, education and training, and health and nutrition.

 

Self-assessment tool for local government units (LGUs) for analyzing the gender-responsiveness of their policies, plans and programs.

 

Contains CEDAW Committee concluding comments, their observations and specific guidelines on how much more the performance can be improved in the national context. They also noted successful steps that have been taken to achieve gender equality, then identify the most critical measures that need to be taken in the future to implement the Convention.

This report represents the combined 5th and 6th reports of the Philippines on the Implementation of the UN Conventiion on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (The Women's Convention). It convers the period from the submission of the fourth report in December 1995 to December 2003.

A compilation of Philippine statistical data covering the areas of concerns stipulated in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence Against Women (CEDAW) namely health and nutrition, education and training, population, families and households, politics and governance, labor and employment, violence against women, and overseas employment.

This booklet hopes to contribute to better understand the issues on Violence Against Women. This is a practical, relevant and handy ready reference on the nature of VAW, how it affects women and men’s lives, why it happen and some guidelines for those who help both victims/survivors and offenders.

Efforts among ASEAN women to work at a regional level for gender equality goals and women’s advancement has been driven by the Declaration of ASEAN Concord’s call for the “support for active involvement of all sectors and levels of ASEAN communities, particularly of women and youth development efforts.” This is a compilation of summary reports on the meeting of ASEAN women from 1975 to 2005.

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