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  • Organisation

    The UKTO and KASAMA are people’s organisations with whom the Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) partnered,  Previoulsy WLB is a previous Voice influencing grantee. Together with WLB, they were able to develop a report on the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination and Against Women (CEDAW). KASAMA was also a partner in WLB’s research on the Plural Legal System and its relation to the IP Community in Zambales.

    • Organisation

      The UKTO and KASAMA are people’s organisations with whom the Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) partnered,  Previoulsy WLB is a previous Voice influencing grantee. Together with WLB, they were able to develop a report on the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination and Against Women (CEDAW). KASAMA was also a partner in WLB’s research on the Plural Legal System and its relation to the IP Community in Zambales.

    • Project

      The Advancing of Rights and Voices of Women in Political Spaces is an offshoot project from the Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB), a previous Voice influencing project that focused on strengthening the capacities of women facing exploitation and abuse, women in disaster situations, indigenous women, and young women in demanding the state’s obligation to address systemic discrimination against women, especially marginalised women. Two of the three people’s organisation they worked with partnered in this project to continue strengthening their capacities and claiming their political space in their respective local governments.

      Specifically, the project:

      • Increases the knowledge of women and advocates in Samar and Zambales provinces on the topics of violence and discrimination by pushing for programmes and policies that will end these forms of abuse; at the same time, increase access to livelihood and reproductive health services.
      • Expands the membership of both organisations in their respective areas to strengthen support for programmes and advocacy.
      • Identifies additional champions from the community who will lead/support in advancing women’s issues, especially in relation to ending violence.
      • Develops knowledge on accessing the Gender and Development budget of the local government unit and continue to strengthen inquiries and arguments in relation to its utilisation through continuous dialogue.
  • Project

    The Advancing of Rights and Voices of Women in Political Spaces is an offshoot project from the Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB), a previous Voice influencing project that focused on strengthening the capacities of women facing exploitation and abuse, women in disaster situations, indigenous women, and young women in demanding the state’s obligation to address systemic discrimination against women, especially marginalised women. Two of the three people’s organisation they worked with partnered in this project to continue strengthening their capacities and claiming their political space in their respective local governments.

    Specifically, the project:

    • Increases the knowledge of women and advocates in Samar and Zambales provinces on the topics of violence and discrimination by pushing for programmes and policies that will end these forms of abuse; at the same time, increase access to livelihood and reproductive health services.
    • Expands the membership of both organisations in their respective areas to strengthen support for programmes and advocacy.
    • Identifies additional champions from the community who will lead/support in advancing women’s issues, especially in relation to ending violence.
    • Develops knowledge on accessing the Gender and Development budget of the local government unit and continue to strengthen inquiries and arguments in relation to its utilisation through continuous dialogue.

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