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Roles of and attitudes toward women lawyers: an empirical study

This study focuses on two major areas of concern about women lawyers – (1) their numerical rise and representation in the legal profession, and (2) customary behavioral attitudes toward, and perceptions of women lawyers.

Report on the State of Filipino Women 2001-2003.

This RSFW reviews and analyzes the progress that was made between 2001 and 2003 using the Framework Plan for Women (FPW) as guide. It focused on three areas of concern: Women’s economic empowerment, women girl’s human rights, and gender-responsive governance.

Refinement of the existing gender and development indicator system

This publication presents a new set of core GAD indicators as a refinement of the gender indicators identified from previous projects that will monitor the over-all development of women as compared to men.

Promotion of legal literacy among women: proceedings of a National Workshop held on July 22-23, 1988, Antipolo, Rizal Philippines

This document provides the proceedings of the workshop on the “Promotion of legal literacy among women” to introduce the women to the what, where, how and the various techniques and strategies of getting acquainted with law.

Power of two: trainer’s guide

This trainer’s guide is a supplement to the video case study that tells the story of the Kababaihan Iisa ang Layuning Umunlad ang Sambayanan or KILUS, a women’s organization in Ugong, Pasig committed to cleaning and greening their Barangay.

Hospital case record on violence against women

A Gender-sensitive technology impact assessment system

Women's concerns in the EIS system.

The Ambiguities and Ambivalence on Abortion Issues in the Philippines

Philippine Response to UN-CSW Questionnaire on PFA Implementation (Three Years after Beijing, 1995-1998)

This report serves a dual purpose, both as the country’s response to the CSW questionnaire and as a report on the Three Years After Beijing.