CODE RED: Determining Red Flags on Abuse and Sexual Harassment

In observance of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (IDEVAW), The UP Sigma Alpha Sorority – Los Baños Chapter presents to you a round table discussion with the theme “CODE RED: Determining Red Flags on Abuse and Sexual Harassment”. 

Publication materials from UP Sigma Alpha Sorority Los Baños Chapter

Distinguished speakers, Precious Aeryk Iñosa (Advocate of San Beda College of Alabang – School of Law Human Rights Center) and Representative Emmi A. De Jesus (GABRIELA), will discuss relevant topics about Early Signs of Abuse and Possible Legal Actions Against It and Sexual Harassment and How To Get Help together with reactors, Ma. Shaira Lei Daludado (UPLB USC, Vice Chairperson) and Jainno Bongon (Spokesperson, Youth Movement Against Tyranny – Southern Tagalog).

This event aims to spot the “Code Red” that women must be wary of which are abuse and sexual harassment and to facilitate discussion on the current situation of Filipino women and the various forms of violence they are subjected to.

In a patriarchal society where gender-based violence remains a recurring concern, knowing its early signs can be our armor to prevent tragic ends.

This is CODE RED happening on November 20, 2021, 3-5 PM, Via Zoom and FB Live.

Register here:

In partnership with:
Political Science Society PUP
UP Alpha Sigma Fraternity Los Baños
UPLB Pre-Law Society
UPLB Perspective

Also brought to you by:
Association of Law Students of the Philippines – Visayas
UPLB Men Opposed to Violence Against Women Everywhere

Special thanks to:
UPLB Gender Center

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