PHILIPPINES: Women's Rights Laws in P...

PHILIPPINES: Women's Rights Laws in Place

There are 21 comments on the Inter Press Service story from Oct 28, 2009, titled PHILIPPINES: Women's Rights Laws in Place. In it, Inter Press Service reports that:

Although the enacting in August of the Magna Carta of Women - a major law aiming to end discrimination against women across the archipelago - was well-received here, there remain concerns about whether the legislation will be fully implemented.

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Quezon City, Philippines

#23 Mar 25, 2013
What if a man keep on disrespecting the woman, keep on saying bad words infront of many people those words that you cannot accept especially he kept it doing that on a public places. Can I file any cases against it? What do you think I should do to stop it?

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