An Act to include Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Kerosene in the List of Basic Necessities in Section Three (3), Definition of Terms of Republic Act 7581, Otherwise Known as the "Price Act"

An act requiring women’s and girls’ human rights awareness programs in media, providing incentives therefor and for other purposes

An act amending Article 26 of Executive Act No. 209, otherwise known as the Family Code, as amended by Executive Order 227

An act amending Article 26 of Executive Act No. 209, otherwise known as the Family Code, as amended by Executive Order 227

An act integrating education on women, girls and gender rights, equality and welfare in all levels of public and private schools.

Gabriela Women's Party House Bills in 13th Congress.

National President: Rep. Liza Largoza Maza

National Chairperson: Rep. Luzviminda Ilagan

Vice Chairperson: Nanette Miranda-Tampico

Vice Chairperson for Luzon: Leona "Nonie" Entena

Vice Chairperson for Visayas: Nenita “Nits” Cherniguin

Vice Chairperson for Mindanao: Atel Hijos

Secretary General: Cristina “Tinay” Ellazar Palabay

Deputy Secretary General for Internal Affairs: Vicenta Calvo

Deputy Secretary General for External Affairs: Flora Belinan

Treasurer: Marivic "Avic" Gerodias

PRO: Christina "Jinky" Sacandal

Women’s role in Philippine society has been shaped, by and large, by the Filipina’s demand for social justice, equality, freedom and democracy. That yearning and her consequent struggle have had a long and glorious, albeit invisible, history.

Almost 400 years after she led a regional revolt against Spanish colonizers, Gabriela Silang remains a model, a beacon, and an icon to women of the Philippines. She was the seminal Filipina, leading long after her death her sisters to the struggle against social inequities and foreign domination.

We, members of the Gabriela Women’s Party, in the spirit of the Filipina’s unbroken legacy of political participation – from the Babaylan of pre-Hispanic times to the Gabriela Silang of today; committed to uphold the interest of the broad masses of Filipino women and their families; dedicated to advancing the rights and promoting the well-being of women, especially of the more marginalized and under-represented; determined to encourage, develop and harness women’s full potential, leadership and collective creativity, hereby declare that:

Gabriela Women’s Party is a sectoral party dedicated to promoting the rights and welfare of marginalized and under-represented Filipino women through participation in the country’s electoral system and organs of governance. It is a sectoral party composed of women 18 years and above, having varied occupations, education, interests, ethnic origin, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation. The Gabriela Women’s Party seeks to harness the potential, initiative, skills, and leadership of marginalized women towards empowerment, justice, and equality.

I. On Empowerment