PCW Publications

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

The Guidelines is aimed at establishing a referral system at the local government level to have an integrated and coordinated community response to victims of violence against women (VAW).

This guidebook is primarily designed to assist legislative offices and agencies who are directly involve in legislative development and analysis of laws created for the women towards a gender-responsive approach to legislation.

January-June 1999
Newsletter of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW).

This handbook is a tool to mainstream gender and development concerns in DENR’s Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM).

Author: Amelou B. Reyes, Chairperson, National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women
This paper is presented during the National Conference on Women Realities, Women Voices at Miriam College, 14-16 April 1999.

This publication presents the various actions that have been carried out by the Philippine government to respond to the 12 areas of concern of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA).

This booklet is on the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act 7192 or the Women in Development and Nation Building Act.

This report presents the experience of the Philippine in planning and budgeting for gender equality since the adoption of the GAD budget policy in 1995, with a particular emphasis in the 1999 GAD budget.

This guidebook is primarily designed to assist legislative offices and agencies who are directly involve in legislative development and analysis of laws created for the women towards a gender-responsive approach to legislation.

A booklet on Republic Act No. 9262 also known as the "The Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004. This publication contains the full-text of the law and its implementing rules and regulations (IRR).

This booklet provides a summary of statistics on the Filipino women in areas on Population, Families and Household; VAW; Labor and Employment; Overseas Employment; Politics and Governance; Education; and Health.

This report analyzes the Philippines’ current policy on gender-responsive budgeting. It critically analyzes the issues and challenges the government faces in mainstreaming gender and the bureaucracy and the operationalization of the GAD budget policy as a whole. It also provides recommendations for engendering the budget systems and processes of the Philippines.

This information kit presents facts and figures on the status of Filipino women in the country.

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.

Transforming Government to Think and Act GAD: A Handbook on Gender and Development Training was developed in an effort to provide GAD trainers with conceptual handles and innovative approaches to GAD application. The Handbook is a tool to help agencies design their GAD training program and conduct training sessions. It has four parts. Parts 1-3 are included in Book 1 while Part 4 or Gender 101 comprises Book 2 of the Handbook.

This guidebook has 3 separate booklets which are: Book 1: Rationale behind gender mainstreaming; Book 2: Applying the tool to assess gender mainstreaming; and Book 3: Using the tool for gender mainstreaming. It also includes the Gender mainstreaming evaluation framework (GMEF) matrix. This guidebook aims to track programs and provide GAD practitioners with a holistic view of the gender mainstreaming process. It provides a framework for goals, objectives and strategies for systematic gender mainstreaming; and cases of effective application of strategies at the various stages of gender mainstreaming in national agencies.

This publication is a compilation of messages from prominent people supporting the National Summit of Women Local Chief Executives and Legislator, 2003. (Program souvenir).

This publication presents the proceedings of the National Summit of Women Local Chief Executives and Legislator held in Manila Pavilion Hotel on May 13-15, 2003. (Proceeding Proper)

The book on Mainstreaming Gender in Development Planning: Framework and Guidelines describes how the integration of gender perspectives can enhance macro development planning particularly at the National Economic and Development Authority, the central planning agency of government. It focuses on the application of the tool in reviewing and drafting the Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP). It develops a set of guidelines in the analyses, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies, programs and projects to promote gender equality.

This handbook provides the basic procedural guide for barangay officials in preventing domestic violence and protecting survivors.

The manual presents in detail the legal bases of the anti-sexual harassment law and discusses the new administrative disciplinary rules on sexual harassment promulgated by CSC.

This publication presents the report on the compliance of agencies’ GAD budget & plans for the year 2001-2002.

This publication presents the GAD Codes of Davao City, Cotabato City, and Misamis Occidental. The GAD Code is a set of policies that spells out the LGU vision of promoting, protecting and fulfilling women’s rights and equalizing the gender relations of its women and men constituents.