Senator Risa Hontiveros also chimed in on the issue.
The Angono Municipal Police Station issued a public apology on Facebook after their guidelines on how to avoid rape drew flak online."Ang Angono Municipal Police Station sa pamumuno ni PSUPT RUBEN M PIQUERO ay taos-pusong humihingi ng paumanhin sa lahat
Everyone has a right to feel secure and protected equally.
Catcalling may seem like a harmless "expression of appreciation" to those who dole it out, but to the persons on the receiving end... that's definitely not the case. Words like "fear," "panic," and "threat" come to mind as sexual harassment is,
She suggests a fine of up to P500,000 and 10 years in jail.
'I'd like to remind the Director-General that our empowerment does not come at men’s expense.'
TL;DR: The government should be strengthening laws to ensure the safety of Filipino overseas workers, not saying that women should not be sent abroad.We like to think that we treat men and women the same in the Philippines, especially since
'We are not your servants.'
Women were outraged when Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) director general Guiling Mamondiong made sexist statements. For starters, Mamondiong said women should no longer work abroad because they are "pinapadala sa ibang bansa para gawing alipin lamang (being sent abroad
The last time the number of maternity leave was increased was 25 years ago or in 1992.
It'll take just one final push for the country to have its maternity leave law updated. On Monday, March 6, the Senate passed Senate Bill 1305 or the proposed Expanded Maternity Leave Law. SB 1305 seeks to increase the maternity leave
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