The Colloquium presents R.H.L: Religion, Health and Legislation to be held at the Emilio T. Yap Auditorium on October 9, 2013 1-5PM. See you there!
Yesterday, April 8, 2014, the Supreme Court has declared the Reproductive Health Law constitutional with some provisions voted unconstitutional.
View the Rappler article here: www.rappler.com/nation/54946-supreme-court-rh-law-constitutional
Thank you for being part of The Colloquium entitled Going Beyond the R.H.L.: Religion, Health and Legislation. See you again on February! :)
- The Colloquium Team, UNIC
Is the RH Law sufficient to meet the needs of the people? Can it reach its goal for women empowerment? Is the healthcare system ready to embrace the law?
So many questions yet to be answered but before the Colloquium we give you Ms Mariz Zubiri, USC Chairperson, on her thoughts about the RH Law.
R.H.L: Religion, Health and Legislation at the Emilio T. Yap Auditorium, 1-5PM. Bukas na!
Here's our second speaker! Dr. Anthony Cordero, faculty of the UP College of Medicine and former Director of the Center for Gender and Women Studies of UPM-PGH.
Listen to him at the R.H.L. as he talks about the Health aspect of the RH Law and it's effects to the UP Manila Community!
See you on October 9, 2013 at the Emilio T. Yap Auditorium, 1-5PM! :)
Presenting our first speaker, Mr. Lito David, the current Media and Legislative Liaison Officer of Prolife Philippines. He was a Senatorial Candidate last 2010 and 2013 Philippine National Elections under the Ang Kapatiran Partylist and has a firm "Catholic vote" for the RH Law.
Listen to his lecture at the Colloquium R.H.L: Religion, Health and Legislation on October 9!
The Colloquium's cover photo
We regret to inform you that due to certain unforeseen circumstances, The Colloquium will not push through this Wednesday, October 2, and is moved a week after to October 9. Nevertheless, we assure you that the event shall remain steadfast to its goals: no less than the purest opinions from leading figures in the different sectors involved shall be delivered. Thank you for your continued support for The Colloquium.
- The Colloquium Team, University and National Issues Committee of the UPPhA Service League
The 1987 Philippine Constitution according to Article II Section 12, recognizes the sanctity of family life, equally protecting the life of the mother and the unborn child. Section 15 reads as the State being able to promote the right to health of the people and instill health consciousness.
UP Manila has developed programs that serve as models and benchmarks of health education and healthcare in the Philippines, thus, dubbed the National Health Sciences Center.
As UP Manila students what should we do for the benefit of the Filipino people and how should we act with regards to the provisions of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law? Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, AY 2012-13 Academics and Research USC Councilor, and Doctor of Medicine Class 2016, shares his thoughts.
The University and National Issues Committee of the UPPhA Service League, in our aim to provide awareness to the UP College of Pharmacy and the UP Manila community, is proud to present this year's Colloquium entitled: R.H.L.: Religion, Health and Legislation.
We aim to provide relevant and up-to-date information regarding the situation of the RH Law and how this affects the conservative-liberal clashes in our Philippine society.
Emilio T. Yap Auditorium
October 2, 2013
See you there!
The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law of 2012, signed last December 21, 2012 by President Aquino, guarantees access to methods of contraception, fertility control, sex education, and maternal care. Looking back, the law had many setbacks facing criticisms especially from the conservative Catholic Church.
The RH Law's legal battle is not yet over, currently it is under careful deliberation by the Supreme Court after 5 oral arguments ending last August 28, 2013. The law reflects the continuing conservative-liberal divide in Philippine Society.
To give light to the relevance of the RH Law for the youth, Cleve Arguelles, 30th UP Student Regent, shares his thoughts.
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