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Staff participate in Action Research and Food Defenders Training

CWEARC staff participated in the Food Defenders Training organized by the Philippine Network of Food Security Programmes (PNFSP) Inc. The said training aimed to build the capacity of PNFSP partners and members in action research, campaigns and advocacy on food defenders’ rights.

Photo Credits: PNFSP

CWEARC joins SWDL Network

CWEARC participated in the Learning Conversation organized by the DSWD Social Welfare and Development Learning Network (SWDL-Net). SWDL-Net is a learning network providing relevant and accessible social welfare and development capacity building programs. The network’s mission is to enhance the capacity of organizations, groups and individuals that are engaged in poverty alleviation and social protection.

Interns produce an IEC on Magna Carta of Women

As part of its continuing public advocacy on women’s rights, CWEARC released a series of IEC materials online on salient provisions of the Magna Carta of Women or Republic Act 9710.  The IEC materials were developed by the first batch of creative and energetic BA Communication interns from the University of the Cordilleras (UC), with whom CWEARC had the pleasure of working with. The project is part of the institutional partnership of CWEARC with the UC-College of Arts and Sciences. The interns optimized the Tiktok application for these IEC materials, which you can find in the following links:

 
Part 1/4: Introduction and Importance
 
Part 2/4: Nondiscriminatory and Nonderogatory Portrayal of Women in Media
 
Part 3/4: Equal Access & Elimination of Discrimination in Education, Scholarships, & Training
 
Part 4/4: Protection from Violence

Tiktok: https://t.co/rkGFvKIPD2

 
 

Advocacy Publications

The following advocacy publications by CWEARC are still available:

Kali: Voice of Cordillera Women (Volume XIII No.1, December 2020). Cordillera Women’s Perseverance in the Struggle for Ancestral Land, Rights and Dignity (A Women’s Anthology of Poems, Songs and Stories)

Kali: Voice of Cordillera Women (Volume XIII No. 2, December 2020). The Ayyew-Ubbo-Vermiculture (AUV) Project: Good Practices and Lessons Learned

To request for your copies, please send us a message at info@cwearc.org. Copies are also available at the Indigenous Peoples Center near Burnham Park. We are happy to contribute copies to libraries in schools and universities.

An Invitation to the Public for International Working Women’s Month 2022

The Cordillera Women’s Education, Action Research Center (CWEARC) Inc. in partnership with various women’s organizations, academic institutions in Luzon, people’s organizations and barangay local government units in Baguio City and non-government organizations is pleased to invite the public to a series of activities in support of women’s rights and welfare this entire month of March. This is on the occasion of International Working Women’s Month 2022.

CWEARC highly appreciates the partnership and participation of 109 partner organizations, institutions and individuals. Some partners are newly formed women’s organizations in barangays of Baguio City, who expressed that their participation was also to learn from other participating organizations as they launch their own activities in the barangay level. Some of the partners are academic institutions working for the protection and promotion of human rights, such as Time’s Up Ateneo and UP Law Center Institute of Human Rights. The activities range from a local women’s trade fair to be held at the Indigenous Peoples Center in Baguio City, various webinars, workshops, cultural programs, publications, radio programs, and interactive online games on women’s rights and wellbeing, and a candidates’ online forum with national and local women candidates.

We invite the public to participate in the events for Women’s Month, which will take place offline and online. CWEARC will release a calendar of activities today, followed by the specific event publicity materials.