The Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) is a feminist legal non-government organization composed of women’s rights activists and advocates. They are professionals in the various disciplines of the law and social science, social work and community development addressing women’s issues and concerns.

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Weaving Women's Voices in Southeast Asia

 Weaving Women’s Voices in ASEAN (WEAVE) is a regional group of women’s organizations and advocates working at the national level ...

Women’s Legal Fund

The Women’s Legal Fund (WLF) is a cross-cutting program of WLB which aims to strengthen women’s access to justice for ...

Human Rights and Policy Advocacy

Human Rights and Policy Advocacy (HR and Pol-Ad), as one of the core programs of WLB, aims to achieve the ...

Going beyond mere legal mechanisms to ensure a woman’s access to justice

Understanding Women's Access to Justice

Women's Access to Justice questions how legal success effectively improves and empowers the woman economically, politically, and culturally, and looks into the development of women as whole.

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Women resist sexism and misogyny: END SEXUAL VIOLENCE NOW!

The Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau stands with women, human rights organizations, and activists who condemn the series of ...

Nothing About Us Without Us: Amplifying Voices of Marginalized Sectors in Masbate

WLB, together with ACE Mabateños, conducted several informal discussions in three identified Barangay in Masbate namely, Barangays Alas and Tagpu ...

Shouting their Pain Out Loud: Women Activists Decry Sexual Violence in ASEAN after 50 Years

PRESS RELEASE12 November 2017Shouting their Pain Out Loud: Women Activists Decry Sexual Violence in ASEAN after 50 YearsQUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES ...

There is no dress code for rape

Myths lead people to blame women. We think that she was 'asking to be raped.' Instead of holding the rapist responsible for the rape, we blame the victim. People get raped, not outfits.

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