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Many women experience sexual harassment, from catcalling to severe sexual misconduct. Advocates say they must fight and speak up.
This 'experiential museum' hopes to make its visitors reflect on what they can do as individuals to fight violence against women (VAW)
The experiential museum takes its audience to 4 different scenes illustrating how women are abused at home, in the workplace, on the streets, and online
The Cagsawa Ruins in Albay take on the color of hope in support of the Orange Your Icon campaign
The HELP mobile application offers and consolidates resources from civil society groups
Will gender equality advocates have something better to look forward to in 2016?
The CHR condemns sexual violence and victim blaming after a photo of a young abused woman made rounds online
On the International Day of Action for Women s Health advocates urge the Philippine government to address the country’s grave and systematic violations of women’s reproductive rights
The Philippines should repeal its laws that punish women and girls who have undergone abortions as a matter of public policy to save women’s lives
There is a need to shift the blame advocates say away from the victim To do this Filipino society must bust the many gender based myths on sexual abuse
Hundreds of women are murdered by their relatives in Pakistan each year through domestic violence or on the grounds of defending family honor
Love gradually died when I was treated like a slave and a doormat for his insecurities rancor repetitive psychological abuse and destructive criticisms
(UPDATED) The US Justice Department's warning against hiring sex workers comes after a string of sex trade scandals involving federal agents and military personnel
A local volunteer organization for women comes up with ways to help protect women especially during their commutes
How big of a problem is violence against women in the Philippines? Why should it concern you?
A mother of two welcomes the new year with burns and bruises allegedly inflicted by her estranged husband
Psychology professionals from all over the country highlight the grave consequences of violence on the mental health and well being of women
Sen TG Guingona says he prefers that netizens not be allowed to post anonymously when commenting on bills online
What does the Electronic Violence Against Women bill seek to do for Filipinos?
Hundreds of people dance at the One Billion Rising event to protest against the abuse of women