Rappler's latest stories on Likhaan
Marilen Dañguilan, a medical doctor trained in policymaking, launches her book 'The RH Bill Story: Contentions and Compromises'
The UP Likhaan Institute of Creative Writing is now accepting submissions for the second Amelia Lapeña Bonifacio Writers Workshop
What projects excite internationally-renowned poet Gemino 'Jimmy' Abad? Find out in this episode of 'Akdang-Buhay.'
Akdang-Buhay: Cirilo Bautista talks about coming full circle from his humble beginnings to giving back to the less fortunate but talented writers
Akdang-Buhay: Rio Alma talks about the factors that shaped his poetry
Akdang-Buhay: F. Sionil Jose talks about literature, colonialism, and class struggles
Support some groups who empower Filipino families to exercise their reproductive health rights even when the Department of Health could not
Inspired by New York’s Poetry Brothel Wordello is an evening of poetry reading spiced up by tarot card readings performance art book art book and furniture sales and more
Buhay party list Representative Lito Atienza questions the authority of Likhaan Center for Women s Health to conduct responsible parenting modules for mother beneficiaries of the government s flagship poverty alleviation program
Did you know that Sorsogon has an executive order declaring itself a pro life city hence banning modern contraception?
Can doctors support the legalization of medical marijuana in good faith?
What’s the best contraceptive method for your situation? Read and find out
UPDATED Reproductive health advocates hail the big victory for women and young people and say they are ready for the next battle: to ensure its implementation
Rappler talks to Likhaan Director Junice Melgar and Archbishop Emeritus Oscar V Cruz about the RH law
Injectables implants and IUDs are becoming increasingly popular among women in poor communities They want to hold off pregnancy as long as possible
The PH had 600 000 abortion cases in 2011 Local and international experts say those unwanted pregnancies could have been prevented by the RH law
In barangays they are given women friendly spaces where they can meet discuss problems make plans – even dance
To help destigmatize post abortive care the government should train more providers of contraceptive services
What will it take to start a revolution against people who continue to impose their own moral beliefs on women’s bodies?
I m confident that the Supreme Court will give its blessings and the RH law will get implemented So what could we do to advance this law?
Senator Tito Sotto says big bucks and the abortion advocacy are the main drivers of the RH bill