The bishops are set to organize seminars in their dioceses to inform government health workers of the law s provisions
Advocates say the decade long wait allowed for the mobilization of the public – the strongest method to ensure implementation
The RH law has been declared constitutional save for a few key provisions How are netizens taking the news?
The Supreme Court ends hearing oral arguments for and against the Reproductive Health law What happens next?
Sexuality education is like biology with life lessons about relationships equality and non discrimination
Critics of the reproductive health law will try to persuade justices that the law is unconstitutional
Humility demands that we know the limits of personal experiences and beliefs And it is cruel to use the death and suffering of people to argue for your political cause
The RH law is a culmination of the hard work of a battalion of RH advocates inside and outside Congress and a President who stepped up to complete the job
The controversial RH Bill passes the Senate and the House on third and final reading | Senator Tito Sotto is outvoted and the phrase “safe and satisfying sex” remains in the Senate version of the RH bill | Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle warns the RH bill will have a negative impact on Filipino culture and mentality
Lawmakers opposed to the RH bill are prepared to put the bill to a vote but not without finishing their proposed amendments up to the very last page
Rappler talks to Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines DSWP chairperson and RH Bill advocate Elizabeth Angsioco
Albay Rep Edcel Lagman calls on church officials and their supporters to stop spreading lies against the RH bill
While Catholics converge at Edsa Shrine to condemn the Reproductive Health bill other church members support the bill citing Catholic teachings