A hundred members of women's partylist group Gabriela and Gabriela Southern Tagalog today held a lightning rally in front of the United States Embassy, delivering the “Women's Warrant of Arrest” against L/Cpl.
Assistant Minority Leader and Gabriela Women’s Party Rep. Liza Maza today expressed that the adoption of the Senate of the bicameral conference report on the Magna Carta of Women at 12:30 this morning is a positive development in the promotion of equal rights for women. Gabriela Reps.
Rep. Luz Ilagan of Gabriela Women’s Party today joined around 3,000 public school teachers from all over Metro Manila and neighboring provinces in a march to Batasang Pambansa to reiterate the need for P9,000 increase in their salaries.
The progressive partylist bloc in the House of Representatives composed of House Deputy Minority Leader Satur Ocampo and Reps.
“The recent dismissal of the rape charges filed by Hazel in the US military court in Okinawa and the Philippine government's servile stance in securing custody for US Marines Daniel Smith indicate the immense assaults brought about by unequal agreements with the United States such as the US-RP V
Gabriela Women's Party on Wednesday denounced the illegal arrest, detention and harassment of a member of the Church and three environmental activists by the 67th Infantry Battalion of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in Brgy. Taytayan, Cateel, Davao Oriental on February 16.
Assistant Minority Leader and Gabriela Women's Party Rep.Liza Maza today denounced the intensive military operations and grenade firing conducted by the 901st Brigade of the Philippine Army in Bgy.Balanac, Ligao City in Bicol Region last February 18 that killed a one year and four-months old gir
“Unless the issues of graft and corruption involving the Arroyo family are resolved, President Arroyo will never have the moral authority to lead a ‘moral renewal’ program in government.
Assistant Minority Leader and Gabriela Womens Party Representative Liza Maza today lauded the move of Sen.Francisco Pangilinan as he filed Senate Resolution No.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Alberto Romulo should spend a day in one of the jails in Syria during his visit to the middle eastern country to personally see the dire condition of overseas Filipinos languishing in prison cells there.