Tuesday, October 16, 2018

[GAD Resource] PCW Memorandum Circular on the Preparation of the 2020-2025 GAD Agenda

The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) released a memorandum circular last September 2018 to all the Heads of Executive Departments, Agencies, Bureaus, Offices, State Universities and Colleges, Government Owned and/or Controlled Corporations, Legislative and Judiciary Branches, Constitutional Bodies and Other National Government Instrumentalities on the Revised Guidelines for the Preparation of the Gender and Development (GAD) Agenda

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

[GAD Resource] The Empowering Internet Safety Guide for Women

    The Empowering Internet Safety Guide for Women is a comprehensive guide for women to protect themselves from being harassed in social media, and other apps such as ride hailing, dating, and other internet sites. This was developed by vpnMentor.com Levavi-Eilat, et al.

    Click the link to read the full guide.

    Sunday, August 12, 2018

    DEPED Policy Guidelines on the Implementation of Comprehensive Sexuality Education

    Image result for DEPEDThe Department of Education (DepEd) issued last July 2018 the new  Policy Guidelines on the Implementation of the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) which aims to establish a common understanding of CSE key concepts and messages, and to ensure clear implementation of protocols in the CSE.

    [GAD Resource] The 2017 Gender Handbook for Humanitarian Action

    The IASC Gender Handbook for Humanitarian Action provides practical guidance for humanitarian workers to mainstream gender equality into humanitarian action across sectors. It also aims to place protection at the center of humanitarian action, with an age, gender and diversity approach as the core element of fair and equal protection. In practical terms, this means identifying the distinct protection risks of women, men, boys, girls and LGBTI persons due to gender roles, throughout all stages of the crisis.

    Friday, June 22, 2018

    School uniforms go unisex as Japanese schools seek better fit for LGBT students

    An emerging number of Japanese schools are introducing unisex uniforms or flexible uniform codes in an effort to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students.