In this episode, Bulatlat looks back on the revolutionary roots of the International Women’s Day.
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Ten years ago, no country in the world gave women and men equal legal rights. Today (or since June 2017) six out of 187 nations have enshrined gender equality in their laws, specifically those affecting employment and entrepreneurship, according to a decade-long study made public by the World Bank, ahead of the observance of International…
“We will not allow our families to go hungry, jobless and homeless.”
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The demonstrations may have taken place in different provinces and organized by different people and groups. The message, however, is clear: End all forms of violence not just against women.
Instead of change, women said the new administration only bore all-out war.
“Women will not hesitate to unite and smash a leadership that will make us suffer the same crooked governance as the current administration.”
“We will continue to rise, not only up to the International Women’s Day on March 8, but througout the whole year or even longer, as long as the government does not hear our demands.”
In Women’s month, mothers, daughters and wives – all environmental defenders – continue to march against the monsters that threaten their homes and communities.
By Carol Pagaduan-Araullo Streetwise | BusinessWorld As of this, two marches was scheduled to take place on March 8. One was the annual celebration of International Women’s Day led by the militant women of Gabriela. The other is the “March for Justice for SAF 44” organized by the alumni association of the Philippine National Police…