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Count Me In!

“When a woman rises up in her glory, her energy is magnetic and her sense of possibility contagious.” -Marianne Williamson … Read More»

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It disgusts me..

Yes I’ll admit it. I fight for women’s rights, empowerment and protection. … Read More»

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Advocacy and Campaigning Training 2013

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Podium of Strength

Web 2.0 sparked in me several years ago the passion to know and express thoughts that made me who know that I have a right to live, and no one can live my life for me except me. … Read More»

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2013 VOF Week 1

Web 2.0 is a powerful tool for connecting women to resources and raising social awareness and responsibility to societal global issues. … Read More»

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Rose Moranos-Bantilan: Crafting weaves of mats and women

MALAPATAN, SARANGANI -- Among the B’laan in Southern Mindanao, a hand-woven mat spread on the ground or the floor marks sacred space. … Read More»

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The Model Woman: Even in Death, My mum Remains a Model Woman

As a girl and a daughter she is a descendant of a particular family lineage within which she grows up; and receives close tutelage. … Read More»

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Being a Son to Transnational Parents: Self-reflection of Gender Concepts in Life

Gender is something that society assigns its members according to their sexes. It confirms our sex from outer appearance and in some cases sexuality. … Read More»

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Web 2.0 an innovative instrumental tool to global women empowerment

Web 2.0 is so remarkable as it provides the opportunity to interact closely with other women from different communities worldwide, share ideas and learn diverse cultures and practices as a result of i … Read More»

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