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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.

This primer provides budget people the mechanics on how to evaluate and review the various GAD budget proposals submitted by national government agencies (NGAs), government owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) and local government units (LGUs).

This guidebook gleans from the experience of agencies that sought to transform themselves into more gender-responsive organizations through a review of their mandate, structure, leadership, culture, resources and other elements.

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 a step-by-step guide to decision-makers, project planners and implementors in providing them with firm basis for strengthening their efforts to address gender concerns and development.

This publication consists of statistical data about women abroad. It also provides Q & A on women overseas workers issues.

This primer clarifies some information about population issues in the Philippines.

This publication presents 12 case studies on the experiences of a national agency, a regional line department, a women's organization, a state university and LGUs. Their stories showed the struggles, difficulties and breakthroughs of GAD advocates in the field.

This video case study material shows how the women and men of Barangay Bahong, Benguet decided to shift from rice to rose production. This commodity shift heightened the women’s capacity to adapt to their changing environment; and to take a more active role in searching for alternative sources of livelihood.

This glossary consists terms and terminology on violence against women and children based on the prevailing law of the Philippines, United Nation Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

This handbook was developed to guide legislators in taking a critical look at the law-making processes and refining these toward gender responsiveness. It provides the fundamental information on gender and development in the context of law-making. It includes concepts about gender, gender equality, gender and legislature, women’s legislative agenda, guide questions on developing gender-responsive legislation and legal standards or instruments supporting gender-responsive laws.

This publication is a trainer's guide on how to portray the women’s capacity and to take stock of their environment as an organized force. Their concerted effort to fight for their rights earned for them acknowledgement of their specific contributions to sustainable management of natural resources.

This publication documents gender mainstreaming in the rural finance sector. It also serves as a ready reference for practitioners, planers and implementors and advocates alike, in their efforts to address gender concerns in cooperatives and other self-help institution.

This trainers’ guide illustrates how a woman like Josefina Campo challenges the socially constructed roles of women and men in the context of environmental protection.

This trainers’ guide shows the important role of the gender-responsive Coastal Environment Program of the DENR in promoting gender equality. It conveys that gender equality may be realized when gender concerns are integrated in all areas of programming; and when investments in certain initiatives are made.

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.

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.

This trainer’s guide is a supplement to the video case study that calls attention to how industrialization in the Cavite-Laguna-Batangas-Rizal-Quezon (CALABARZON) area has displaced agriculture in the area which force women and men to shift from land cultivations to factory work.

This trainers’ guide (as a supplement for its video case study counterpart) help discuss the cultural traditions and beliefs affect women’s access to and control over productive assets, employment, education, training opportunities, information and decision-making mechanisms in the community and within the household.

This book contains statistical reports of cases on violence against women and children during the period of 1997-1999.

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 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 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.