Rappler's latest stories on Sylvia Claudio
At this point, I believe we should ease restrictions. I cite 7 reasons.
Release your inner nerd. These can be some of the best years of your life.
Sylvia Claudio, dean of the University of the Philippines' College of Social Work and Community Development, says one way to address violence against women is to start tackling the issue at home
For its own sake, I suggest that Pines City College withdraw this discriminatory, judgmental and patronizing policy
Bumababa ang pagtingin ng mga Pilipino sa sarili kapag kumakain tayo ng mabaho, ginamot, o pinesteng bigas. Hindi ba ito ang ginagawa ng gobyerno sa kanilang solusyon sa krisis ng bigas?
I make this appeal for the sake of science, for the sake of morality and for the sake of the nation’s well-being
Please reach out now. You do not have to suffer alone. Others are pulling for you and you must find them.
If history indeed is the final and fair judge, those who vote against the quo warranto petition will be judged by future generations as people who put institution and country above themselves
Cursing does have an aura of authenticity. It shows raw emotion. It shows the man as he truly is. But if this is the true character of the man, I would prefer a little hypocrisy.
My disability has led me to learn to accept how life can be arbitrary. There are many things I can be grateful for and there are many things I have to just accept and overcome.
When women themselves reinforce this misogynistic culture by downplaying, excusing, or applauding it, they participate in their own oppression
When this regime threatens press freedom, imprisons its critics, and arbitrarily kills its citizens, then it fails us and EDSA. It reverses all the steps we have taken towards democracy and progress.
Ipagpatuloy ang pagbabakuna sa mga bata at sa sarili sa ilalim ng programa ng DOH sa bakuna
Current leaders come and go. But a core of career civil servants keeps the government going. They help the government survive every round of carpet-baggers and charlatans our broken political system throws into leadership.
In the use of any technology, whether that be sidewalks or an anti-dengue vaccine, it is crucial to do a cost-benefit analysis
I, who have lived in and loved this country for so long, have become heart broken. 2017. A very bad year. And yet 2017 has been the best of times.
You do know as well that I pray for everyone – the innocent as well as the guilty, the weak and the strong, young and old, women and children, democrats and fascists, believers and unbelievers
Please remember that some of us are not Christian. Though that may not be a problem for those of us who have learned to be generous to the presumptuous, please be aware that you are not entitled to such generosity though we are entitled to your sensitivity.
Most of us are born into some sort of privilege (of class, race, caste, sexual orientation, sex, and so on). It is foolhardy to think we can cast off these parts of our being and thereby find some form of revolutionary authenticity.
Despite her detention, Senator Leila de Lima participates in the biggest opposition gatherings so far under President Rodrigo Duterte
The senator wants the Thought Leaders piece Magnanakaw sa Senado by Dr Sylvia Estrada Claudio taken down within 10 days
Tiffany Uy breaks records and dreams big but online bashers are still aplenty
Transgender people want the public and the lawmakers to know they have their own rights too
Advocates say the decade long wait allowed for the mobilization of the public – the strongest method to ensure implementation
Health advocates expect the fight to continue in Congress and the Supreme Court
Rep Edcel Lagman and Dr Sylvia Claudio talk about the Reproductive Health Law
Lacson accuses the Romualdezes of mounting an anti government rally The first MERS case in PH confirmed RH law proponents say proper implementation will improve Filipinos’ lives
In barangays they are given women friendly spaces where they can meet discuss problems make plans – even dance
Perhaps Senator Sotto should take a break from legislative work and try to learn basic lessons of scientific reasoning and civility in argumentation
I have learned that some form of power and structure is necessary that some traditions are important to keep even as we move to change those that no longer help us thrive
Battles for inclusion and equality can be about mundane things too Or perhaps most high principles are really about every day life