Publications

A Compendium of Case Studies for Gender Sensitivity Training; Gender analysis; Gender-responsive planning

This trainer’s guide provides core messages with insights on how to establish concepts, and gender-sensitive methodologies and a “little trainers” who offers suggestions and significant ideas relative to the conduct of gender sensitivity training, gender analysis, and gender responsive planning. Case studies presented in other volumes were summarized in this compilation.

Addressing Gender Issues in APEC Concerns: Selected Useful Practices From the Philippines

This monograph is published in support of the implementation of the "Framework for the Integration of Women in APEC. The cases presented here address the three elements of the framework: gender analysis, collection and use of data classified by sex, and involvement of women in the fora and activities of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

Laws on Women: An Annotated List: Volume 1

This publication consists of two-volume compilation of laws and legislation covering the period from 1900 to 2000 on women’s empowerment and gender equality. It serves as an essential tool for legislators, gender and development advocates and lay readers in the struggle for gender responsive legislation towards women's empowerment. Volume I contains the annotated list of laws.

Laws on Women: A Compilation, Volume II

This publication consists of two-volume compilation of laws and legislation covering the period from 1900 to 2000 on women’s empowerment and gender equality. It serves as an essential tool for legislators, gender and development advocates and lay readers in the struggle for gender responsive legislation towards women's empowerment. Volume II contains the full text of the laws.

Moving Forward With GAD: A Handbook on Gender and Development for the Sanggunian Committee on Women and Family

This handbook highlights the experiences and lessons learned in making local legislation, development financing and programming women and girl-child friendly. Target users of the handbook are legislators working on women and family concerns.

Transforming the mainstream: building a gender-responsive bureaucracy in the Philippines 1975-1998

This book traces the long and varied history of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW) from its early days as a rather traditional women’s organization to its pioneering work in envisioning gender mainstreaming and striving to put the vision into concrete practice. It outlines the strategies used by NCRFW to act as a catalyst for gender mainstreaming and the mechanism that it has developed in order to institutionalize mainstreaming.

Mainstreaming Gender: the Region 1 Experience: A Handbook On Institutionalizing Gender and Development in Regional and Local Development Planning

This publication presents the experience of Region 1 in transforming the mainstream by institutionalizing the gender and development (GAD) perspective in the local and regional development planning process. It will serve as a practical guide for development planners, policy makers, local government executives and development workers at the sub-national level who have just embarked on their own mainstreaming journey.

NCRFW Silver Jubilee

January 7, 2000
Anniversary newsletter of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW)

Transforming women’s lives: the Philippine experience (Country Report June 2000)

This publication is an assessment report of the 5 year implementation of the Platform for Action (PFA) a platform crafted to for the equality, development and peace for all women.

Gender Focus

January-March 2000
Newsletter of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW)