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  • Resolution No.1: Ensuring Gender-Responsive Conflict Management, Conflict Resolution and Humanitarian Action in the Crisis In Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur and the Whole of Mindanao

    Republic Act 9710 or the Magna Carta of Women upholds the right of women to protection and security in emergencies and armed conflict situations, and recognizes and supports the role of women in conflict-prevention, management, resolution and peacemaking;
  • 1987 Philippine Constitution

    1987 Philippine Constitution ARTICLE II DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES AND STATE POLICIES PRINCIPLES Section 5. The maintenance of peace and order, the protection of life, liberty, and property, and promotion of the general welfare are essential for the enjoyment by all the people of the blessings of democracy. STATE POLICIES Section 9. The State shall promote continue reading : 1987 Philippine Constitution
  • Act 3753: Law on Registry of Civil Status

    Act 3753: Law on Registry on Civil Status Sec. 1. Civil Register. — A civil register is established for recording the civil status of persons, in which shall be entered: (a) births; (b) deaths; (c) marriages; (d) annulments of marriages; (e) divorces; (f) legitimations; (g) adoptions; (h) acknowledgment of natural children; (i) naturalization; and (j) continue reading : Act 3753: Law on Registry of Civil Status
  • Act No. 4112: An Act to Amend Section Four Hundred and Thirty-One of the Administrative Code, as amended, by Granting the Right of Suffrage to the Women and Making them Eligible to All Public Offices, and for Other Purposes

    Act No. 4112: An Act to Amend Section Four Hundred and Thirty-One of the Administrative Code, as amended, by Granting the Right of Suffrage to the Women and Making them Eligible to All Public Offices, and for Other Purposes AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, AS AMENDED, BY continue reading : Act No. 4112: An Act to Amend Section Four Hundred and Thirty-One of the Administrative Code, as amended, by Granting the Right of Suffrage to the Women and Making them Eligible to All Public Offices, and for Other Purposes
  • Act No. 3815: The Revised Penal Code

    Act No. 3815: The Revised Penal Code Article 1. Time when Act takes effect. – This Code shall take effect on the first day of January, nineteen hundred and thirty-two. Article 2. Application of its provisions. – Except as provided in the treaties and laws of preferential application, the provisions of this Code shall be continue reading : Act No. 3815: The Revised Penal Code