“VAW-free community starts with Me”

(Series 6 of 6)

18 of the 18 things that we can do to help end VAW:

From the perspective of the Academe/Training Institutions

16. Include concepts of VAW and women’s human rights in lesson plans/lesson guides of your teaching staff

17. Continually conduct/spearhead anti-VAW advocacies in your campus, and if possible, to your immediate community through extension programs.

18. Setup a Committee on Decorum and Investigation (CODI) where students and employees can seek help

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“VAW-free community starts with Me”

(Series 5 of 6)

15 of the 18 things that we can do to help end VAW:

From the perspective of the Private Sector

13. Support the Anti-VAW efforts of the government and your immediate community.

14. Establish your own Action Desks where employees and clients can go to in case VAW happens.

15. Develop internal rules to proactively ensure that your workplace is VAW-free.

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17th Regional Conference of Human Resource Management Practitioners in the Cordillera Adminstrative Region

“Enganging HRMPS on New HR Trends, Health and Well-being”

December 4-5, 2018

Newtown Plaza Hotel, Baguio City

Guest Speakers:

Executive Director IV Arthur Luis P. Florentin

Ms. Sandra Sanchez Montano

Director III Jennifer L. Timbol

Director IV Maria Leticia G. Reyna

Director IV Ma. Luisa Salonga-Agamata

Ms. Christina G. Reyes

“VAW-free community starts with Me”

(Series 4 of 6)

12 of the 18 things that we can do to help end VAW:

From the perspective of a Barangay

 10.  Ensure that your Barangay VAW Desk is functional. You can use the Barangay VAW Desk Handbook developed by PCW and DILG with partner agencies to guide you on what to do.

11. Establish linkages with local and national government agencies, as well as other organizations near your barangay where you can refer victim-survivors of VAW for needed assistance which the barangay is not able to provide.

12. Promote harmonious family and community relationships in your barangay which is grounded on mutual respect for human rights, and take proactive steps to attain a VAW-free community.

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“VAW-free community starts with Me”

(Series 3 of 6)

9 of the 18 things that we can do to help end VAW:

From the perspective of a government agency

7. Equip yourselves with apt trainings and capacity development sessions to improve service delivery for your clients.

8. Develop monitoring and evaluation strategy to assess the service to your clients supporters.

9. Let people know that you provide the services! We need to inform the public that there are government offices that they can turn to and trust to assist them towards healing and seeking justice.

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