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Echo-Seminar cum Consultative Meeting for Research and Extension Coordinators Research Park AVR December 12, 2012 1pm to 4pm


Flow of Discussion Focal Point System 2nd higher education summit on gender issues UP Center for Women Studies Miriam college Women and Gender Institute


 9:00-9:15 Welcome Message & Dr. Patricia B. Licuanan  Rationale of the Summit Chairperson, Commission on Higher Education (CHED)  9:15-9:30 MESSAGE Chairperson Remedios I. Rikken  Philippine Commission on Women (PCW)  9:30-9:50 The 1st Higher Education Summit Atty. Carmelita Yadao-Sison MNSA, Ph.D.  on Gender Issues Chairperson, CHED GAD Focal Committee  Report on the Highlights of the  17 Regional GAD Summits


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10:00-10:15 An Exhibit of Selected To Open the Exhibit: GAD Programs in the Chairperson Patricia B. Licuanan, CHED 17 Regions Chairperson Remedios I. Rikken, PCW Dr. Jose Paolo E. Campos, President Coordinating Council for Private Educational Association (COCOPEA) Dr. Ricardo T. Rotoras, President Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Sr. Mary John Mananzan, OSB St. Scholastica Institute for Women’s Studies


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10:30-10:50 Sustaining Gender Equality & Prof. Carol Sobritchea a Safe Environment for Women Dean, U.P. Asian Studies Center and Other Genders (An Overview) 10:50-11:10 The Anti-Sexual Harassment Atty. Evelyn D. Battad Policy and Procedures in the Professor, U.P. College of Law & former U.P. General Counsel University of the Philippines 11:10-11:30 Perspectives of the Civil Service Atty. Ariel V. Villanueva Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy in Director III, Office of the Commissioner Case Decisions 11:30-11:50 St. Scholastica’s Anti-Sexual Prof. Rebecca Padilla-Marquez Harassment Policies and Procedures Dean of Student Affairs, St. Scholastica’s College 11:50-12:15 Open Forum Moderator: Dr. Catherine Q. Castañeda Regional Director, CHED-NCR


Day 1: morning program             

10:30-10:50 Sustaining Gender Equality & Prof. Carol Sobritchea a Safe Environment for Women Dean, U.P. Asian Studies Center and Other Genders (An Overview) 10:50-11:10 The Anti-Sexual Harassment Atty. Evelyn D. Battad Policy and Procedures in the Professor, U.P. College of Law & former U.P. General Counsel University of the Philippines 11:10-11:30 Perspectives of the Civil Service Atty. Ariel V. Villanueva Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy in Director III, Office of the Commissioner Case Decisions 11:30-11:50 St. Scholastica’s Anti-Sexual Prof. Rebecca Padilla-Marquez Harassment Policies and Procedures Dean of Student Affairs, St. Scholastica’s College 11:50-12:15 Open Forum Moderator: Dr. Catherine Q. Castañeda Regional Director, CHED-NCR


Day 2 MORNING program                  

8:15-8:30 Registration 8:30-9:00 Summation of Day 1 Activities Dr. Amelia A. Biglete Regional Director, Region VII Prof. Arche L. Ligo Professor, St. Scholastica’s College 9:00-9:30 GAD Overview Chairperson Remedios I. Rikken, PCW 9:30-12:00 PARALLEL SESSION 1 GAD PLANNING AND BUDGETING (Plenary Hall A) Speaker PCW / COA Moderator Nharleen S. Millar Division Chief, Policy Development & Advocacy, PCW PARALLEL SESSION 2 DESIGNING A GENDER RESPONSIVE CURRICULUM (Plenary Hall B) Speaker Dr. Maria Theresa Ujano-Batangan Deputy Director, U.P. Center for Women’s Studies Associate Dean, U.P. Cosslege of Social Sciences & Philosophy Moderator Dr. Teresita M. Semana Director III, CHED Office of Planning, Policy, Research and Information


AFTERNOON program             

PLENARY III - WRAP UP OF SUMMIT ACTIVITIES 3:30-4:30 Regional Cluster Reports on Designated Chairpersons, Cluster Plans of Action Steering Committees 4:30-4:45 CHED GAD Action Plan for 2013 Atty. Carmelita Yadao-Sison MNSA, Ph.D. Chairperson, CHED GAD Focal Committee 4:45-5:00 Culminating Message for the Summit Dr. Ma. Cynthia Rose B. Bautista Commissio ner, CHE D 5:00-5:15 Stament of Commitment/ All Summit Participants to be led byPledge of Advocacy for GAD in HEIS Chairpersons of CHED, PCW Presidents of PASUC, COCOPEA Assistant Commissioner David Cabanag Jr. Civil Service Commission 5:15 Exit of Colors U.P. Rayadillo


GENDER RESPONSIVENESS OF ACADEMIC INSTITUTION: The UPLB Gender Center in FOCUS Maria Helen F. Dayo Director

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UPLB GENDER CENTER STRUCTURE


Human Resource Existing     

Director University Research Associate II (SG 14) Coordinator, OASH Coordinator, GRDO Coordinator, RHO

Requesting Additional Permanent Items  Fulltime  Administrative Officer V (SG 16) – by 2ndQ 2012  University Researcher I (SG-16) – by 2013


The Gender Center (GC) shall primarily be concerned with the integration of gender-fair principles in the college curriculum, applied research, support and advocacy services, including publication


Office of the Chancellor

Office of the Vice-Chancellor* (OVCI, OVCRE, OVCCA)

Advisory Board UPLB GENDER CENTER

GRDO

OASH

RHO

*On rotation basis among OVCI, OVCRE & OVCCA


Emerging Concerns  UPLB is a multi-cultural university, thereby GC will further strengthen linkages with the Graduate School for creating gender sensitive and responsive campus Series of gender responsive seminar which is culturally sensitive


Review the existing university policy that carries discriminatory statement against gender, ethnicity and class; Institute/propose gender responsive policy reforms in admission, hiring, and promotion of faculty, REPS, staff and students


 Institutionalize linkages with gender-aware organization in campus  Promote understanding of LGBT rights and gender equality in the university (conduct series of gender-sensitivity seminars focus on lgbt issues and concerns)


Plans and Program for Instruction and Research 2012  The Filipina as Human Resource: A Five decade of Empirical Assessment (The Filipino Women of the Present Time) An interdisciplinary, inter-collegial research


Topic of research on the causes of inequality in education services and issues on violence against women and reproductive health


Thesis support/awards  At least (1) undergraduate, (1) graduate student: MS/PhD, thesis grant with topics on gender in AFNR, Biotechnology, energy


Miriam College


Women and Gender Institute (WAGÎ) •

Miriam College’s center for research, training and advocacy on women’s rights, gender equality and nonsexist learning in support of the leadership of young women and students. cross-disciplinal perspective on women’s empowerment that is interlinked with democracy, human rights, social justice and value formation.


Thematic Programs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gender Fair Education Young Women Leadership Program International Women’s Human Rights and Governance Gender, Peace and Security Gender, Development and Economic Globalization Gender and Migration Research Program


Gender Fair Education program  Integrates issues of women's rights, gender equality & equity into academic and non-academic programs, development programs for faculty, students and staff and, school administration system


The Gender Mainstreaming Committee Representatives from each academic unit Representatives from advocacy centers and offices Coordinated by: Women and Gender Institute (WAGI)


Teaching and Curriculum Integration Gender Sensitivity Training for new members of the faculty, staff and students In service training on GFE for teachers Anti-Sexual Harassment law Gender Fair Language Spotting Stereotypes in Instructional Materials Gender Fair Counselling Harassment in different spaces Public / Street Harassment Intimate Relations Cyberspace Harassment Institutional Training on VAWC and CEDAW


Gender Equality in Partner Communities and Sectors GST for community leaders GST for youth leaders in the community GST for teachers in partner schools GST for Security Personnel

GST for Parents and Caregivers

Research and extension coordinators