Unsafe on the Streets
This report looks at street harassment perpetrated by groups of men and boys across five major cities: Lima, Madrid, Kampala, Delhi and Sydney.
Strengthening the Local Support and Representation of Farmers and Fisherfolks - Policy Brief
This Policy Brief looks into the issues confronting these sectors, e.g. inadequate farm input support and lack of sustainable and alternative livelihoods, as well as identifies several recommendations particularly on policy implementation to help alleviate poverty and ensure inclusive economic growth.
Safeguarding the Rights and Welfare of Senior Citizens through Social Protection - Policy Brief
Still, members of the sector saw several gaps in the implementation of these programs.
These gaps, along with several policy recommendations that cover both local and national level, are presented in this Policy Brief.
Advocating for Women's Participation, Health and Livelihood - Policy Brief
Although several programs have already been created to fulfill these functions, many women, particularly those living in the countryside, still lack awareness on the existence and significance of these or are yet to organize themselves to push for their rights.
Promoting the Self-Development, Access and Participation of PWDs - Policy Brief
This Policy Brief looks into these issues and echoes the recommendations from the grassroots to improve existing policies and their implementation.
Creating Safe and Inclusive Spaces for LGBTQI+ - Policy Brief
In January 2019, the Philippine Consortium for Social Protection held a local roundtable discussion with the members of the LGBT sector from the project’s areas of implementation to discuss their issues and concerns, mainly in terms of social protection.
Strengthening Social Protection, Resilience and Inclusive Development for Marginalized People through Citizens and Civil Society Engagement
The Consortium’s intervention is anchored on the inclusion of the marginalized sectors through citizen participation in governance and strategic advocacy.
Face Your PEERS: A Youth Peer Education Guide Against Sexual Exploitation
In a perfect world, every child would be happy and healthy, free from hunger and want, and safe from neglect and abuse. They would grow up to reach their full potential to actively participate in the society. Today, that is not always the case. Millions of children live with the risk of abuse and exploitation. In fact, many children and youth all over the Philippines experience what is called Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSEC).
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