The Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB) is a feminist legal non-government organization composed of women’s rights activists, advocates and development workers.


Enough of Impunity and Women Hating!

  Two years into the Duterte administration, the country sinks deeper into a quagmire of impunity, misogyny, and authoritarianism. We demand justice for the victims of State-sanctioned and State-tolerated killings. We deplore the corruption scandals surrounding...

Ganap nga ba tayong malaya?

Hindi kami papayag na sa ilalim ng pamumuno ni Duterte ay patuloy na hinahamon ang kalayaan nating mga kababaihan at pagkakapantay natin sa lipunan. Dagdag pa rito ang patuloy na pagsupil sa pagiging malaya ng hudikatura na siyang tumutugon sa pagtitiyak na makakamit...

Ending Rape Culture

The #TimesUp and #MeToo movements have been significant as cases of sexual violence among celebrities have been brought to the fore. We must, however, recognize that sexual violence has always been a persistent issue among ordinary persons, especially the marginalized...

No One Deserves No Less

WLB’s statement in celebration of over 100 years of International Women’s Day

Nothing About Us Without Us

Amplifying Voices of Marginalized Sectors in Masbate

Ending Rape Culture

The time is up! How do we contribute to ending rape culture?

Understanding Women's Access to Justice

WLB ascribes to women’s access to justice (ATJ) as the guideline to our work.  But what does ATJ mean for us?

Meet the Women of WLB

We are professionals in the various disciplines of the law and social science, social work and community development addressing women’s issues and concerns.