• Pushing the Advocacy Forward at the 2018 Equality Summit

  • ‘Manindigan Para sa Karapatan:’ GALANG Marches for Equality

  • Raising Awareness on CSE and SOGIE:
    Engaging with DepEd and NYC
  • Discussing Gaps and Strengthening CSE and
    SRHR with Regional Partners

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Celebrating International Transgender Day of Visibility 2020

Today, we celebrate our transgender siblings’ victories in their fight for recognition, and equal rights. Every person deserves equal treatment and representation in all areas of life regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and sexual characteristics (SOGIESC). Last…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

Happy International Women’s Day! The road to gender equality is a long and challenging journey for all of us, but we continue and remain steadfast despite these hurdles. Today, we celebrate and honor all kinds of women from different walks…

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Launch of the Study on Filipino LBT Women’s Economic Empowerment

GALANG Philippines, together with UNDP Philippines, Commission on Human Rights, and Overseas Development Institute launched the results of their research entitled, “Making It Work: Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Philippines” through a national dissemination workshop held…

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International Human Rights Day 2019

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a landmark document which declares that all human beings are entitled to rights. This year, UN’s #YouthStandingUpForHumanRights aims to encourage and amplify the voices of the youth like Greta Thunberg who is passionately advocating on…

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Happy National Lesbian Day 2019!

More than 2 decades have passed since Filipino lesbians from different regions of the country came together in 1996, and asserted that December 8 is National Lesbian Day. Yet, we still face the same homophobia, violence and the different forms…

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World AIDS Day 2019

HIV is an illness that anybody can have regardless of their SOGIE, and should be regarded similar with any other medical illness. We should do our part to end the stigma that people living with HIV experience so that they…

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International Anti-Bullying Week 2019

The International Anti-Bullying campaign started in November 2004 when a boy wore a pink polo shirt to school, and was bullied because they thought he was gay. Two upperclassmen, Travis Price and David Shepherd, took a stand, and encouraged their…

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