From Unheard Screams to Powerful Voices: a Case Sutdy of Women's Political Epowerment in the Philippines

This study aimed to investigate how the Philippine government addresses the gender gap in women's political participation through: a) Executive initiatives; b) Legislative initiatives; and c) agency and local government initiatives. an outcome of these gender policies on women's political empowerment was explored.
It is also aimed to assess the situation of gender equality and women's political empowerment in the Philippines. It shows the measures done by the government in addressing one of the development issues it faces. This development study will significantly contribute to the academia.
The research use in this study is a descriptive-qualitative research. The methodology in completing this study is document analysis and critical review of existing studies and literature.

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