Rappler's latest stories on Women's Month
As Women's Month closes, we put the spotlight on RITM's Dr Celia Carlos, DOH's Maria Rosario Vergeire, Xavier University's Dr Analyn Asok, and PGH COVID nurse Kathlyn Valdez
Starting out as a blog, Audrey Pe's Women in Tech has evolved to become an organization putting up workshops, conferences and talks promoting STEM, and gender equality to young women all over the country
Rappler Hustle shares stories from women paving the path in media, culture, and gaming
Rappler Hustle shares the stories of women who have made a name for themselves in finance, game development, physics, and tech
In celebration of women’s month, Rappler highlights 7 Filipinas whose stories should be remembered
'One report finds that women and children are 14 times more likely to die in a disaster compared to men, and prevailing traditional gender roles seem to be the culprit'
On Thursday, March 12, join our discussion about the crucial role female leaders play in Philippine politics
There are various ways your workplace can show solidarity with Women's Month. Here are some examples.
In Part 2 of our podcast, we trace our long-rooted history in documentary filmmaking, how documentaries are a nation's "photo album," and the correlation between social media love and documentary consumption
Three Filipina changemakers share their inspirational journeys in making it their mission to empower women and provide them with more opportunities in the face of discrimination, violence, and gender inequality
In Part 1 of our podcast with Baby Ruth Villarama, we talk about her origins as a filmmaker, telling stories from "kanto to palasyo," and why "time makes a documentary"
'How a society treats the female half of its population is a significant indicator of how it will treat others. Even in peaceful societies, many women are in deadly danger in their own homes.'
Sharing these photos and their personal memories is my way of honoring these remarkable women on this special occasion
Who runs this episode? @mrsunlawyer, @econcepcion, at @margadeona!
'The more I learned about the experiences of other LGBTQ folks like me, the more I recognized that we were still different from each other'
One of the report's most chilling findings: 28% of people believe it is okay for a man to beat his wife
'This is our vision: Women rising together...chipping away at barriers together,' says Vice President Leni Robredo at an event marking Women's Month
The list features picks from women all over the world
The 29-year-old entrepreneur is fighting the stigma against menstrual health through LUÜNA Naturals, an all-female led team that hails itself as Asia's first period care company
Congresswomen take the lead during the House session to mark the start of Women's Month
Global fashion designer Anita Dongre is a feminist powerhouse in a male-dominated industry, set to create an environmentally sustainable company
Get to know some of the Filipinas helping to shape the future of the video game industry
Motherhood is not mandatory, and these two women agree. They share with us the reasons, experiences and stories behind their choice.
Celebrate Women's Month with this roundup of movies with exceptional women subjects, stellar actresses, and women-led filmmaking
This K-pop group has been making waves with the song 'Butterfly'
On International Women's Day, Filipinas band together to call for empowerment
(UPDATED) In an 'unprecedented coming together of women,' advocates will gather for a united women's action against misogyny on March 8 at La Madre Filipina Statue in Rizal Park, Manila
PRESS RELEASE: The event features women creators who will sell and showcase their books, zines, stickers, illustrations, comics, and accessories, and meet their readers
Yes, we have made steps in the right direction, but there's still a lot to be done when it comes to women's rights
From the screen to behind-the-scenes, women rule the TV industry
'Hindi ibig sabihin na tatalikuran ko 'yung mga paniniwala ko,' says the Dinagat representative on taking contrary positions as a member of the supermajority
6 of the country's fearless female wrestlers talk about living their dreams and making history in the ring
'Filipinas may be facing tumultuous times, but this is also our time to shine,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
'I’m still a full-time activist who just happens to be a congresswoman,' the newbie legislator tells Rappler
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa talks to Clark about leadership and empowerment, as well as how her views of the world have changed
When she talks to Rappler, it’s not the politics and internal dynamics Deputy Speaker Sharon Garin zooms in on, but the hard work that’s seldom aired live or broadcast on primetime news
Nadine Gadia Casiño, founder of Modern Nanays of Mindanao, advocates for natural child care and supporting other mothers
Award-winning documentary photographer Rick Rocamora takes these photos of Filipinas over the years
'Just show them that you can do it even if they say you can't 'just because you're a woman.' Nobody can stop you,' says one of the first female MRT drivers
The Mexican artist's family says Mattel did not have proper authorization to use the image of Kahlo for the doll
We have tons of stories on amazing, inspiring women, and here are just a few of them
These stories of meaningful participation in developing the fisheries sector affirm the need for gender equality
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno pays tribute to the late justice Cecilia Muñoz-Palma, who voiced 'her dissent against authoritarianism,' but can very well be alluding to herself as well
Kids can now play with Barbies that look like Frida Kahlo, Patty Jenkins, and Amelia Earhart – just in time for International Women's Month
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno rallies support for the constitutional bodies facing threats of either abolition or dilution under Cha-Cha proposals
On the second day of Women's Month, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque insists, 'The President does not promote violence against women'
Here are the events and activities you should watch out for to join in the month-long celebration of women
I am sure that the reason I avoided body shame issues as a teenager was that I had internalized a childhood of her telling me that I was wonderful just as I was