Founded in 1990, WLB has engaged in feminist advocacy and legal development work – pursuing policies and programs that advance the rights and interests of Filipino women, conducting information and educational communication campaigns to raise awareness and take action on women`s issues, conducting training and research with other women`s groups to develop the knowledge and skills needed for women`s issues. stronger campaigns and advocacy commitments for women`s rights. Build. and the promotion of feminist activists to defend and promote women`s rights. Support us in defending women`s economic, social and cultural rights through feminist legal representation. Our MISSION is to actively engage in feminist legal representation with women`s social movements, other progressive social movements and communities to transform society by engaging the law, legal system and its institutions to support women`s dignity, rights and leadership for the achievement of justice and development. The Women`s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) is a feminist legal non-governmental organization of women`s rights activists. Our current challenge is to strategically broaden our focus on women`s economic, social and cultural rights. WLB strives to maximize the profits made by women in areas such as the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and other UN agencies and international organizations. The Women`s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) is a feminist legal non-governmental organization of women`s rights activists.
They are professionals in the various disciplines of law and social sciences, social work and community development who address women`s issues and concerns. We have the vision of a transformed and self-determined Philippine society that enjoys the same status as other societies, where people are able to achieve their integral and comprehensive human development through the democratic sharing and sustainable management of economic resources and the enjoyment of human rights and freedoms and respect for diversity, balance and inclusion. Amplify the voices of marginalized sectors in Masbate. WLB attributes Women`s Access to Justice (ATJ) as a guideline for our work. But what does ATJ mean to us? Save the Children Phils./SIDA CSO; Fund for Global Human Rights, Open Society Foundation, HIVOS Regional (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar/Burma, Philippines and Thailand) & National. We are professionals in the various disciplines of law and social sciences, social work and community development who address women`s issues and concerns. Even before this crisis, marginalized women and girls suffered disproportionately from inequality. The poverty they suffer and their existence as women and girls all play a role in the discrimination they face, pushing them further into poverty. The absence of. Women and girls make up half or 49.96% of the total population of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) of 655.9 million people who are key cogs in the region`s economic sectors, with women accounting for 44.4% of employment in the service sector.
On the 2nd anniversary of the signing of the Safe Space Act or Bawal Bastos Act, the Center for Gender Equality and Women`s Human Rights of the Philippines launched a campaign in cooperation with the Women`s Legal and Human Rights Bureau. Demanding access to justice for girls in cases of sexual violence: strengthening cross-movements to demand accountability AIDS – Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Unit 321, Eagle Court Condominium, Matalino Street Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines Time is up! How can we help end rape culture? .