The gloom cast by an overcast sky proved no match to the bright, spirited, and at times, belligerent voices of the women in the room. Inside the Microtel by Wyndham hotel at the UP Technohub in Diliman, Quezon City, a function hall became the venue for an international conference on “Broadcasting and Social Justice: Women […]
Last October, the Philippine women’s network Babaylan Europe celebrated its 25th year, with the theme: “Building Women’s Capacity in Response to Global Challenges.” Founded in Barcelona, Spain in 1992, Babaylan derived its name from the women who acted as priests and who struggled and advocated for an egalitarian society during the 16th century. It is […]
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