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'Panahon na para sa isang Speaker na tunay na makabayan,' says the Makabayan bloc
The back-to-back launch is part of the 15th celebration of Virgin Labfest, a Filipino playwrights-led festival of unstaged works, under its first Playwrights' Fair on June 29 at the CCP Dream Theater and Little Theater lobby
Eastern Police District chief Christopher Tambungan has been relieved from his post after physically assaulting a policewoman who disobeyed one of his orders
Norway edges out South Korea for a spot in the last 16 of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
Carli Lloyd now holds the distinction as the first player to score in 6 consecutive women's FIFA World Cup matches
Team USA records the biggest win in Women's World Cup history as Alex Morgan scores 5 goals in a 13-0 demolition of hapless Thailand
A McKinsey Global Institute report released at the 2019 Women Deliver Conference examines the impact of automation in 6 mature economies and 4 emerging economies
(UPDATED) The financial commitment puts Canada on the map as the world's leading donor to comprehensive sexual reproductive health rights
Delegates representing Philippine NGOs say the absence of health officials at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference signifies that 'this administration really doesn't care about women's rights'
PRESS RELEASE: The groups are accepting school supplies and cash donations for the children of Northern Samar and Samar until the end of June
The South Korean rakes in $1 million, the biggest single-tournament payout in women's golf history
It makes my blood boil to see boys sharing nudes of their classmates among themselves and having no respect whatsoever for the women in those photos
The Japanese tennis wonder maintains her lead over Petra Kvitova and Simon Halep
The Philippine women’s ice hockey team sweeps the tournament's Division 1 to gain promotion to the 2020 Challenge Cup of Asia
The 11 activists face charges that include contact with foreign media, diplomats and human rights groups
RP Blu Girls and the RP Blu Boys are in for a busy 2019
In the 1st National Womenitarian Summit, advocates emphasize how communities thrive when women are empowered to actively participate in decision-making
Picking up late in the season, FEU shows why it has a shot at booking a return trip to the UAAP Finals
The Philippine women's football team fails to advance to the third round of the Olympic qualifiers
The NBL kicks off its women's amateur basketball league
The Japanese holds a 185-point advantage over the Romanian
The monetary value of the time women spend on housework can make up about 20% of the country's gross domestic product, PIDS senior research fellow Michael Abrigo says
What's it like being a single lady in your 40s?
UP veteran Marian Buitre delivers just as coach Godfrey Okumu predicted
The 17-year-old will compete in the Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific golf championship, where she will try to bag the title she fell short of winning last year
Get to know some of the Filipinas helping to shape the future of the video game industry
Is the Davao mayor the courageous woman leader that this country needs? How about Vice President Leni Robredo and her 'quiet courage'?
The national women's football team believes it has a legitimate shot at advancing to the third round
Motherhood is not mandatory, and these two women agree. They share with us the reasons, experiences and stories behind their choice.
The UP men’s basketball team and UP Pep Squad collaborate to battle violence against women, sexism and misogyny
Ahead of the elections, Angat Bayi fellow Mayen Juico says that proper representation of women in politics is essential in nation building
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'
Watch the roundtable discussion on reporting women and the elections on Monday, March 18
As FEU gears up for defending champion La Salle, the Lady Tamaraws hope to ride on a recent confidence booster
The University of the Philippines standout accepts the role as team captain of the national Under-23 squad
On International Women's Day, Filipinas band together to call for empowerment
Women in Mauritania are fighting an uphill battle to see tougher penalties for sexual violence and discrimination in a conservative state where criminal law is derived from Sharia
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
'HIV is just a status: it doesn’t define you as a woman, more so as a person,' says Catriona
Sylvia Claudio, dean of the University of the Philippines' College of Social Work and Community Development, says one way to address violence against women is to start tackling the issue at home
Much remains to be done before the Philippines can truly claim to have attained Sustainable Development Goal 5 – to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Kim Fajardo and Kim Kianna Dy may be notably missing from the national volleyball pool, but coach Shaq delos Santos says the door remains open for their comeback
'This is not the time to hide behind the curtains and let fear cave us into silence,' Vice President Leni Robredo says on International Women's Day
The 2019 SEA Games buildup gets going as Philippine volleyball forms a 22-strong women’s training pool
A legacy of the Soviet era, March 8 is widely celebrated and a public holiday in Russia.
(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