An email From Wally Arida, a Filipino American living in LA:
As a Filipino American living in Los Angeles, CA for close to 30 years now, I’m disconnected from Philippine politics. Noynoy could very well be the one person our country needs to lead it to prosperity.
However, I ask
TALKING POINTS FOR RH BILL DIALOGUE
Posted on: October 11, 2010 by BCBP EDITOR
This Statement is issued jointly by Loyola School of Theology and the John J. Carroll Institute on Church and Social Issues by Authors: Fr. Eric O. Genilo, S.J., Fr, John J. Carroll, S.J., and Fr. Joaquin Bernas, S.J.
The first time the Reproductive Health Bill was proposed was in 1998. During the present 15th Congress, the RH Bills filed are those authored by House Minority Leader Edcel Lagman of Albay, HB 96; Iloilo Rep. Janette Garin, HB 101, Akbayan Representatives Kaka Bag-ao & Walden Bello; HB
Reproductive Health Bill
The Reproductive Health bills, popularly known as the RH Bill, are Philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care. The bills have become the center of a contentious national debate. There are presently two
The Reproductive Health Bill (RH Bill) is one of the most controversial bills in the Philippines today. The bill consists of 34 total sections of which is mainly composed of topics that address the issues of family planning, maternal and child health as well as reproductive and sexual conditions.The
The Reproductive Health bills, popularly known as the RH Bill, are Philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care. The bills have become the center of a contentious national debate. There are presently two bills with the same goals
FACTORS CONGRUENT TO THE PASSAGE
OF RH BILL
MR. LEOPOLDO A. ROJAS
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY (FEU)
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT
OF THE REQUIRMENTS FOR THE COURSE OF
COMMUNICATION ARTS II
Reproductive Health Bill
The continuous debate on the proposed Reproductive Health Bill keeps on polarizing our country. The mere fact that the State and the Church are two separate entities has become more evident since the provisions of the RH Bill surfaced. The Catholic Church has been firm
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
The Reproductive Health bills, popularly known as the RH Bill, are Philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care. The bills have become the center of a contentious na
The Choice to RH Bill
“Have many children, so your descendants will live all over the earth…”
These were God’s spoken words to the first couple on Garden Eden. It was the same order He gave to Noah and his family after the great flood had destroyed all the other people on Earth. From t
The Reproductive Health Bill and Population Development Act of 2008 is an act providing for a national policy on reproductive health, responsible parenthood and population development, and for other purposes. The bill covers the following aspects: information and access to natural and modern family
To label the RH bill controversial is both an accurate assessment and an erroneous attribution.
It is a correct observation because something which is controversial is also perceived to be divisive and problematic – so much so that during public debates, our presidentiables dread questions on
Occasional Paper Series
No. 1 2012-A
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BILL
IN THE PHILIPPINES:
Sources of Conflict between the Church
and its Proponents
Rito V. Baring, Ed.D.
Social Development Research Center
De La Salle University
Philippine Copyright 2012
by Social Development Res
Philippines is known as one of the world’s developing countries with an enormous growth of population. Due to the fact that the population growth leads the Filipino people to starvation, crime rate increase, unemployment, lack of public facilities, all of these are related to the population growth
(Speech at the inter-university forum on 15 September 2011 sponsored by the UP Law Center Human Rights Institute at the UP College of Law Malcolm Theatre)
Reproductive Rights as Part of Human Rights
Our topic is the nature of reproductive rights as part of the greater sum of human rights. I
Reproductive Health Bill
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An T-shaped artificial Intrauterine device, inserted within a woman's reproductive organ in order to prevent or delayfertilization should a sperm enter the cervix.
Reproductive Health Bill is one of the hottest issues now in our country. Is it good or bad? Will it benefit us? Or is it really us that will be benefited? Does it actually answer or satisfy the need of the country? Or it is just another way of the government
RH Bill 2
Name: Adzel D. Babiano
Subject: Political Science
Lecturer: Solomon B. Gusto Jr.
The RH Bill is one of the hottest issue now in the Philippines. Many are asking if, what good and bad would it do? What are the benefits? Is it really
Giorjann Matthew S. Querubin
Mrs. Helen I. Rarela
Reaction Paper: RH Bill
First of all, RH-bill is a Philippine bill which would be implemented to control the population rate and to
expand the knowledge about maternal care. This means using of condoms and o
The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 (Republic Act No. 10354), informally known as the Reproductive Health Law, is a law in the Philippines which guarantees universal access to methods on contraception, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care.