PCW Publications

This is a statistical report on the status of women 10 years after the implementation of Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA).

This publication is a compilation of summary reports on the meeting of ASEAN women from 1975 to 2005. Efforts among ASEAN women to work at a regional level for gender equality goals and women’s advancement has been driven by the Declaration of ASEAN Concord’s call for the “support for active involvement of all sectors and levels of ASEAN communities, particularly of women and youth development efforts.”

This publication is a compilation of 10 case studies on the experiences of LGU which can be regarded as good practices in gender mainstreaming.

The Framework Plan for Women is the blueprint for the advancement of women for 2001-2004.

This booklet provides the core information on Violence Against Women specifically related to its integration to the service delivery and training programs of frontline agencies.

This factbook contains statistical report of Filipino Women Migrants from 1990-1994.

This publication presents the Philippine plan for gender-responsive development for 1995-2025. It briefly enumerates the different laws that will enhance women empowerment and strategies of Philippine Plan for Gender Development (PPGD) among others.

This publication presents the experiences of the Philippines in its implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) two years after the Fourth World Conference on Women (FWCW) in 1995.

This publication presents the experiences of the Philippines in its implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) two years after the Fourth World Conference on Women (FWCW) in 1995 with focus on the seven (7) priority areas of concern.

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.

This factbook contains statistical report of Filipino Women Migrants from 1990-1994.

This publication presents the experiences of the Philippines in its implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) after the Fourth World Conference on Women (FWCW) in 1995.

This is a reprint of the first two chapters of the Philippine Plan for Gender-Responsive Development (1995-2025). It outlines the macro context and the basic socio-cultural, economic, political and legal framework.

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.

This booklet contains questions and answer about the Gender and Development (GAD) plan & budget. Provides guide to preparation, implementation, budget sources/support groups and monitoring system of the GAD plan and budget.

This primer introduces the concepts of rape, the laws that can be used against rape and the different remedies for the victim.

This publication discusses adolescent sexuality and the emerging policy issues on adolescent sexuality.

This publication explains how community based forest management (CBFM) strategies provide a receptive terrain for entry of gender-sensitive development.

Author: Ermi Amor T. Figueroa Yap.
This occasional paper attempts to identify and quantify the economic cost of VAW. These costs are only those reported by the victims and the agencies, such as medical expenses for the treatment of VAW cases and institutional budgets of the department of social welfare, health and the police force.

This manual is a product of a one-year pilot testing project on the required processes and mechanisms for the Philippine Development Plan for Women (PDPW) in our effort to implement R.A. 7192 in the Northern Mindanao (Region X). It aims to enhance the effectiveness of existing development guidelines at the regional and local levels.

This occasional paper attempts to identify provisions in the National Health Insurance (NHI) Law (Republic Act 7875) which neglect, disregard or out rightly discriminate against women’s needs and rights. An analysis of on whether the civil service provision for women in public service institutions are consistent with the Philippine Plan for Gender-responsive development (PPGRD) upon reviewing the NHI Law and its implementing rules and regulation is also presented in this paper.

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 book presents statistical data sets generated by National Statistics Office (NSO) from 1991 and 1994 of integrated survey of households of Filipino women. It includes tables on labor force participation, employment, marital status and household headship as well as occupational and industrial characteristics.

This publication contains assessment report of Filipino women in the agricultural sector.

This occasional paper introduces the concepts of domestic violence and some of the situations of women in the country.