PCW: Protect domestic workers, ensure freedom from violence

PCW: Protect domestic workers, ensure freedom from violence Every domestic worker deserves respect, never violence. The Philippine Commission on Women reiterates the need to protect the life and security of Filipino domestic workers around the world. Domestic work is the dominant profession for migrant women. According to the International Labor Organization, women make up 80% continue reading : PCW: Protect domestic workers, ensure freedom from violence

PCW reminds gov’t agencies on gender-sensitive IEC materials

PCW reminds gov’t agencies on gender-sensitive IEC materials The Philippine Commission on Women calls on all government agencies to ensure gender sensitivity in all information, education, and communication (IEC) materials, following the video material produced by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) Region III which features personnel doing the “It Really Hurts” challenge. In the video, continue reading : PCW reminds gov’t agencies on gender-sensitive IEC materials

Unhampered Movement of Goods and Investment in Transport Logistics Needed to Help Women Entrepreneurs Move their Products

Unhampered Movement of Goods and Investment in Transport Logistics Needed to Help Women Entrepreneurs Move their Products A Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) rapid study on the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on women micro entrepreneurs (WMEs) conducted in mid-2020 revealed that the enforcement of community quarantine resulted in logistics issues and reduced sales continue reading : Unhampered Movement of Goods and Investment in Transport Logistics Needed to Help Women Entrepreneurs Move their Products