1981-1990

This report presents the accomplishments of the Philippine government in mainstreaming women in development efforts for the year 1989 based on its implementation of the Philippine Development Plan for Women (PDPW), 1989-1992.

This occasional paper presents three articles on Feminism which are: Some questions on feminism and its relevance in South Asia by Kamla Bhasin and Nighat Said Khan; The Streams of feminism by Teresita Quintos-Deles; and What Feminism does not mean by Belinda A. Aquino. It provides an analysis on concepts and issues of feminism and its implication on Asian women.

This material contains the summary report on the joint GO-NGO congress for women, March 31, 1990.

July 1990, vol. 2. no.1

December 1990, vol. 2. no.2

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.

This document presents the Philippine Country Program for Women (CPW I), 1990-1992 which substantiates the thrusts of the Philippine Development Plan for Women. It presents an integrated package of projects proposed by government agencies and non-government agencies (NGOs) in line with the goals, objectives, strategies and policies of the PDPW.

This pamphlet is a compilation of three speeches delivered by Comm. Jurgette Honculada during the “Pista ng Kababaihan, March 8, 1989”; and Dr. Patricia B. Licuanan and Sen. Santanina T. Rasual during the ASEAN Women’s Programme, January 24, 1990.

This book contains the major instrument for integrating women in development. It highlights the three sectors namely economic, social and the special concern sector which is important in building the Philippine Development Plan for Women (PDPW).

This book presents a discussion on the major instrument for integrating women in development. It highlights the three sectors namely economic, social and the special concern sector which is important in building the Philippine Development Plan for Women (PDPW).

April 1989, vol. 1. no.1

This paper presents the source of Filipino women’s oppression and exploitation during the period of 1976-1985. Specifically, this paper provides an analysis of the official policy statement on women found in the national Five-year Development Plans (1978-1982 and 1983-1987) and their applications and implications on government initiatives.

This book presents the survey on the participation of women in the field of science and technology. It highlighted the contributions of women and determined the factors that limit their progress.

This publication presents the simultaneous experiments participated by students on the effects of integration of sex-role concepts in the syllabus of their respective classes on students’ values and attitudes.

This publication provides a summary of statistics pertaining to the status and/or participation of Filipino women in education, health, employment, and politics at comparative points in time during the Women’s Decade, 1975-1985. Data on population as well as other vital statistics are also presented.

This publication highlights the women’s participation in the educational sector.

This publication highlights the women’s participation in the health care and welfare services sector.

This publication highlights the women’s participation in the public affairs sector.

This manual provides guidelines and helpful information on the recommended types and schemes of Income-Generating Projects (IGP’s) adoptable for women.

This study seeks to measure the value of housework done by women, specifically correlation of different kinds of housework to the status of women by age, education, area of work and salary were among others. This study was done thru the use of statistical data from the third quarter of 1982.

This book introduces the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women. It also highlights the commission’s ten year with photo folio (1975 – 1985).

This publication discuses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This publication discuses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This publication discusses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This publication discusses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This book introduces the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women. It also highlights the commission’s ten year photo folio (1975 – 1985).

This occasional paper presents the significant changes in women’s status as workers, their emerging roles and programs designed for their increased participation of women in the labour force.

This publication presents the achievements, activities, programs of NCRFW in the year 1984.

This publication presents the achievements, activities, programs of NCRFW in the year 1982.

This study looks through the status of women and employment policies relationships. It presents the statistical data comparing men and women in terms of employment status, urban and rural based employment during the fourth quarter of 1978 among others.

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.

This is a proceeding of the “Third National Women’s Congress” that aimed to bring together policy makers, programmers and social scientists from government and non-governmental organizations to ensure that the integration of women in development is sustained through policy measures, researchers and action programs.

This publication presents the achievements, activities, programs of NCRFW in the year 1981.