Women's Organisations


Sorted alphabetically by name of organisation

Asian Women's Human Rights Council
P.O. Box 190

Asian Women's Human Rights Council
Manila Secretariat
4L Fil-Garcia Building
Kalayaan Avenue, Diliman
Quezon City
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1013 Citimall
UP Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: (632) 924-6406
Fax: (632) 924-6381, (632) 921-1044, (632) 443-8281
Email: awhrc@phil.gn.apc.org

Batis Center for Women
Room 711, Don Santiago Building
1344 Taft Avenue, Ermita
P.O. Box EA-411 Remedios Street
Ermita, Manila
Email: batis@phil.gn.apc.org

BUKAL Bukluran ng Kababaihan sa Lansangan, supports women street workers
26 C Mabilis Street, Barangay Pinyahan
Quezon City 1100, Philippines
(63 2) 921 4974

Buklod Center, support center for women, communities and health
23 Rodriguez Street
Olongapo City
Tel: (047) 223-5826
Fax: (047) 223-6321

127-B Sct. Fuentebella St.
Brgy Sacred Heart
Kamuning, Q.C.
Tel: 4112796
Fax: 9261956
Library: 9261431
Center for Women's Resources promotes the full participation of the Filipino women in the movement for their genuine liberation and in the overall transformation of a just and free Philippine society, it responds to specific needs of women from differe nt sectors in collaboration with institutions, community, and volunteer groups concerned with programs for women's development. The Center organizes education and training workshops, conducts participatory research, and publishes journals and articles on the current pressing issues.

Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-Asia Pacific
Secretariat: Room 406, Victoria Plaza
41 Annapolis Street
Greenhills, San Juan
Metro Manila 1500
Tel: (632) 722-0859
Fax: (632) 722-0755
Email: adedios@phil.gn.apc.org

Cordillera Women's Education and Resource Center, indigenous women's rights
No. 18 Gen. Lim Street
Baguio City
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 7691, GARCOM
Baguio City 752
DAPO 1300 Domestic Road
Pasay City
Tel: (63) 74-442-6004 or 63 74 442 5347
Fax: (63) 74-442-4066

Development Institute For Women In Asia-Pacific
The Philippine Women's University
Taft Ave., Manila
The Philippines
Tel: 521-33-83
Fax: 522-40-02
The Institute aims to : 1) examine critically existing assumptions about the nature of women and men and the conventional methods used in their education, 2) create a balance in the presentation of women and men in existing academic disciplines, 3) develop courses that can give students a fuller understanding of their options as human beings and thereby correct gender-role differentiation and stereotyping, 4) develop Philippine-based materials for women's studies, 5) develop a center for the training of women's studies teachers and researchers, 6) contribute to women's studies scholarship through research and faculty and research exchange, 7) provide channels for the flow of information and insight about women from the academy to the community and vice-versa, and 8) network with domestic and overseas women's studies centers.

GABRIELA National Alliance of Women's Organizations in the Philippines
(General Assembly Binding Women for Reforms, Integrity, Equality, Leadership and Action)
35 Scout Delgado St., Brgy. Laging Handa
Roxas District, 1103 Quezon City
or send to
PO Box 4386 Manila 2800.
Tel: (632)3743451, (632)3712302
Fax: (632) 3744423
E-mail: gabriela@tri-isys.com (international correspondence) or gab_pid@tri-isys.com (within the Philippines)
URL: http://members.tripod.com/~gabriela_p

Institute for Social Studies and Action (ISSA)
#29 Magiting cor. Mahiyain Sts.
Teachers' Village East
Diliman, Quezon City
Tel No. 436-70-17
Telefax: 921-61-70
E-mail: issa@pacific.net.ph

Institute of Women's Studies
931 Estrada Street, Malate 1004
P.O. Box 3153
Tel: +632 522 3551
Fax: +632 523 0693
E-mail: nursia@snap.portalinc.com or IWS@phil.gn.apc.org
The Institute focuses on three programs: research and publication, seminar and training, and resource and development. The institute has established a library and documentation centre on women in Philippine history.

Institute Of Women's Studies
c/o St. Scholastica's College
2560 L. Guinto St., Malate
The Phillipines
Tel: 507786 to 89/522-3551
Given the constitutional provision of the equality of women and men in The Philippines, the Institute focuses on contributing to the realization of this provision by : awakening consciousness to and providing understanding of the woman question through a formal institutional educational strategy, conducting research and study pertaining to gender issues, initiating and administering projects promoting the cause of women, and providing for outreach programs to serve women outside the formal educational institution.

Isis International Manila
Postal address:
P.O. Box 1837 Quezon City Main P.O.
1100 Quezon City
Street adress:
3 Marunong Street
Bgy. Central District
Quezon City 1100
Tel: (632) 435 3405 or (632) 435 3408 or (632) 436 0312
Fax: (632) 924 1065
Commercial fax: (632) 815 0756 or (632) 817 9742
E-mail: info@isiswomen.org or isis@mnl.sequel.net or isis@Phil.gn.apc.org
URL: http://www.isiswomen.org or http://www.sequel.net/~isis
Isis International strengthens South to South and South to North linkages, aiming to enhance the capacity of the global women's movement. Isis focuses on old and new issues facing women and women's organizations. Isis maintains information resources and electronic databases, and provides library services to women's organizations.

LIKHAAN (women's health issues)
92 Times St.
West Triangle Homes
Quezon City 1104
email: likhaan@phil.gn.apc.org

Lila-Pilipina, justice seeking group for former sex slaves of the Japanese military
P.O.Box 1019
Citimall, Diliman
1100 Quezon City
Tel/fax: (632) 921-1044

National Commission On The Role Of Filipino Women (NCRFW)
1145 J.P. Laurel St. San Miguel
The Philippines
Tel: 741-5058/93
Telex: 40404 TXBOX 0893
NCRFW advises the President, Cabinet, and Congress in regard to policies, programs, and laws affecting women; undertakes regular reviews of the extent to which women are integrated in all sectors of social, economic, political, and cultural life; oversees the implementation of equality between men and women in all areas of society; and acts as a clearinghouse and data bank for information relating to women; as well as being a major link between government and non-governmental organizations on women's concerns.

c/o Women's Resource And Research Center
QCC P.O. Box 1976
1159 Quezon City

12 Pasaje de la Paz, Project 4
1109 Quezon City
Asian Women's Research and Action Group

PROCESS/ Women's Desk
54 Estrella Street
Makati, Metro Manila.
Tel: 817 58 25.

Southeast Asia Women's Information Network
c/o Women's Resource and Research Center
Quezon City 1159
Tel: 63 2 972860
Fax: 63 2 996 233

Third World Movement Against Expolitation of Women
Project 4, Quezon City 1109.
Tel: (632) 913-9255.
E-mail: Sol@phil.gn.apc.org

University Center for Women's Studies
University of The Philippines
Corner Magsasay and Ylanan Street
Diliman, Quezon City

WEDPRO (Women's Education, Development, Productivity and Research Organization)
Box 44-43 U.P. Shopping Center
Diliman, Quezon City
Tel/fax: (632) 921-7053
Email: afs@quinet.net

Women Studies And Resource Center
Room 207 2nd Floor, Santos Building
Malvar Extension
Davao City 9501
The Philippines
Tel: 6-40-71
Women Studies and Resource Center is an education and research agency that seeks to encourage the more active and significant participation of the majority of women in the process of social transformation. The Center's work areas consist of organizing and providing training, seminars, and lectures on women's conditions and the need for their emancipation as well as development of skills; developing curriculum for each social sector of women to increase their knowledge and strengthen their critical attitudes; undertaking basic and applied research independently or in coordination with other agencies; and developing new interests, tools, and methodologies of research.

Women's Resource and Research Center
Miriam Maryknoll College Foundation, Inc.
Katipunan Parkway, Loyola Heights
Diliman, Quezon City

Women's Studies
St. Scholastica's College
P.O. Box 3153
The Philippines

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This information was last updated on October 28, 2003.