“Ninety percent of the housing needs for 2012 to 2030 are on the lower-end cost, meaning it should be economic, socialized, and subsidized. More than 1.45 million housing units need to be state-subsidized for families who cannot afford the high cost of units being offered by the real estate companies.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL…
Category: Women & Children
“We hope President Rodrigo Duterte would listen to us.”
Government should prioritize programs to solve poverty, rather than punish children who are only victims of an unjust society.
Instead of change, women said the new administration only bore all-out war.
By RAYMUND VILLANUEVA Kodao Productions BAI BIBYAON LIGKAYAN BIGKAY was early for the nine o’clock ceremony at the University of the Philippines-Diliman College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD) today. She sat at the front row of the hall, flanked by her two companions and interpreters, a Manobo Datu and a Catholic nun, patiently…
In this year’s OBR, the women are adding their voice to the clamor to continue the peace talks.
“Let us mark the first month of 2017 with a bold, landmark move to uphold and promote women’s vital role in economy by approving House Bill 4113 extending the maternity leave to 100 days.”
Miss ENDOnasya, Miss Demolition Republic, Miss No Land, Miss Escuela Lumpoor and Miss Saudi ArabYaya were the contestants in Gabriela’s “Miss Neolibers Reality Pageant.”
The women’s partylist hoped that with President Duterte’s statement, no woman will have the same fate as Irma Jotojot.
“Please don’t forget about us.”
Children of Moro and indigenous peoples have endured militarization and discrimination, but still dream of a time of peace.