VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 1: LABADA PART 1

A creative presentation using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. Episode 1 entitled Labada is about Gina and how she was helped by Aling Selya, and Luisa, a VAW Desk Officer to seek help and free herself from her abusive husband Edgar.

VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 1: LABADA PART 2

A creative presentation using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. Episode 1 entitled Labada is about Gina and how she was helped by Aling Selya, and Luisa, a VAW Desk Officer to seek help and free herself from her abusive husband Edgar.

VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 2: PANATAG PART 1

A creative presention using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. The episode 2 entitled Panatag is about how RA11313, the Safe Spaces Act or the Bawal Bastos Law. In this episode Aling Selya, SK officer Mico and Kagawad Luisa shares how and where to seek help if one becomes a victim of acts prohibited under the Safe Spaces Act.

VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 2: PANATAG PART 2

A creative presention using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. The episode 2 entitled Panatag is about how RA11313, the Safe Spaces Act or the Bawal Bastos Law. In this episode Aling Selya, SK officer Mico and Kagawad Luisa shares how and where to seek help if one becomes a victim of acts prohibited under the Safe Spaces Act.

VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 3: MALAYA PART 1

A creative presentation using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. Episode 3 entitled Malaya is about the Anti-Trafficking In Persons Act. It features the story of Aya, of how she almost fell victim to trafficking and how she seeks help from the authority through the help of Aling Selya and Mico.

VAW PUPPET WEB SERIES EPISODE 3: MALAYA PART 2

A creative presentation using puppetry in expounding VAW core messages through stories and characters expounding on VAW, sexual harassment, and trafficking in persons. Episode 3 entitled Malaya is about the Anti-Trafficking In Persons Act. It features the story of Aya, of how she almost fell victim to trafficking and how she seeks help from the authority through the help of Aling Selya and Mico.

VAW IN THE WORKPLACE: THE UNSPOKEN WORDS

VAW in the Workplace is a story of an office-based worker who almost fell prey on her supervisor’s sexual advances. The video reveals the horrors of unequal power relations in an office setting and how it strikes the personhood of an employee.

VAW IN THE HOME: THE UNSPOKEN WORDS

In the Home is a story of a happily married couple whose relationship turned sour as the husband was found to be committing physical abuse against his wife. The video likewise, narrates a victim-survivor’s struggle to get out of the abusive and a wife’s cry for help.

VAW IN THE DIGITAL MEDIA: THE UNSPOKEN WORDS

VAW in the Digital Media is a story about an online savvy who constantly receives rape threats and lewd messages from co-social media users. Although violence committed in an online setting seems to be harmless and invisible, the bullying has lifelong ill effects on the overall being of the victim.

VAW IN SCHOOLS: THE UNSPOKEN WORDS

VAW in the School is a narrative of a university professor who terrorizes a student in exchange for a sexual favor. The video reflects the harrowing realities in a school setting where one of the most powerful and influential personalities–the professors–who are supposed to be second parents and caretakers of the students, are the perpetrators of sexual abuse themselves.

VAW IN PUBLIC SPACES: THE UNSPOKEN WORDS

The Unspoken Words is a collection of short films featuring free-verse poetry and images expounding various forms of Violence Against Women or VAW. The collection is intended to become a springboard for discussing the realities and complexities of VAW which to this date, still often go unnoticed, if not trivialized or dismissed. The first set of videos were released by the PCW in 2017, during the 18-Day Campaign to End VAW. VAW in the Street and Public Places narrates the difficulties a woman gets to experience every day as she crosses the streets and utilizes different forms of transportation in the country. The woman’s musings revolve around her disappointments in the old-age culture of sexism and patriarchy, still hoping to achieve a more gender-fair community in the future.

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TURN OFFS KAY JULIA- LIFE IS BETTER WITHOUT ABUSE

Part of the #LifeIsBetterWithoutTheAbuse series of PCW and the Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and Their Children (IACVAWC), “Julia” shares the most important trait she seeks in a partner and also, what turns her off. This video is based on an actual experience of a VAW victim-survivor portrayed by a female artist. Some names, characteristics, and dialogue have been changed to protect the identity and privacy of the victim-survivor.

SUMBONG NI TAMMY- LIFE IS BETTER WITHOUT ABUSE

Part of the #LifeIsBetterWithoutTheAbuse series of PCW and the Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and Their Children (IACVAWC), “Tammy” shares the story of her best friend who experienced different horrors in her relationship. This video is based on an actual experience of a VAW victim-survivor portrayed by a female artist. Some names, characteristics, and dialogue have been changed to protect the identity and privacy of the victim-survivor.

SI CHRISTINE – LIFE IS BETTER WITHOUT THE ABUSE

Part of the #LifeIsBetterWithoutTheAbuse series of PCW and the Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and Their Children (IACVAWC), meet Christine, a young woman who fell in love way too much, she became blind to violence.

THE UNSPOKEN WORDS II: REVENGE PORN

VAW: The Unspoken Words is a collection of short films featuring free-verse poetry and images expounding various forms of Violence Against Women or VAW. The collection is intended to become a springboard for discussing the realities and complexities of VAW which to this date, still often go unnoticed, if not trivialized or dismissed. The 2nd of the videos were released by the PCW in 2017, during the 18-Day Campaign to End VAW.

Revenge Pornography exposes the dangers of recording, sharing, and revealing intimate moments even with someone whom one trusts. It narrates the story of a woman who experienced threats from her former lover that he will post their intimate photos and videos in public if she breaks up with him or fails to heed his demands. Is she going to give in? Or is she going to rise above this sextortion and redeem herself all over again?

LEADING WOMEN: SANDY MONTANO

This video clip advocates disaster preparedness and women empowerment in disaster response and management through the emergency rescue service founded by Ms. Sandy Montano. She shares shares her own near-death experience which led to the founding Community, Health, Education Emergency Rescue Services (CHEERS Foundation) which focuses on strengthening the capacities of women in dealing with disasters through equipping in a variety of trainings that will bring out more resources during disaster management and response.

THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

“The Impossible Dream” is an award-winning animated video produced in 1983. The video takes a “satirical humorous look” at a problem faced by women: the double workload of a full-time job and being a housewife and mother. It features an average family with a baby and school-age children. While both parents have full-time jobs, the woman who puts in the same hours as her husband is paid lesser. In addition, caring for the children and all the household duties remain her responsibility. The video has become a popular advocacy and training tool on awakening women and men to gender issues in society that affect the family, workplace, and community.

THE UNSPOKEN WORDS II: HUMAN TRAFFICKING

The Unspoken Words is a collection of short films featuring free-verse poetry and images expounding various forms of Violence Against Women or VAW. The collection is intended to become a springboard for discussing the realities and complexities of VAW which to this date, still often go unnoticed, if not trivialized or dismissed. The 2nd set of videos were released by the PCW in 2018, during the 18-Day Campaign to End VAW.

Human Trafficking is a story of a young woman who grew up in a poor rural community, hoping that someday, she will be able to get her family out of poverty. Lured by false promises of wealth and comfort, she left her hometown and decided to work in a foreign country. Far from what has promised, the young woman didn’t become an office worker nor a caregiver abroad but a slave in a cybersex den in Manila.

GENERATION EQUALITY

An advocacy video supporting the United Nations’ Generation Equality campaign which demands equal pay, equal sharing of unpaid care and domestic work, an end to sexual harassment and all forms of violence against women and girls, health-care services that respond to their needs, and their equal participation in political life and decision-making in all areas of life.

THE UNSPOKEN WORDS II: DATE RAPE

The Unspoken Words is a collection of short films featuring free-verse poetry and images expounding various forms of Violence Against Women or VAW. The collection is intended to become a springboard for discussing the realities and complexities of VAW which to this date, still often go unnoticed, if not trivialized or dismissed. The 2nd set of videos were released by the PCW in 2017, during the 18-Day Campaign to End VAW.

Date Rape depicts a story of a woman who met a potential boyfriend through an online mobile application. As the story progresses, the video reveals that the man, whom the woman has dated for several occasions, drugged the latter and committed the crime of rape. Also highlighted in the story is the culture of victim-blaming which aggravates the difficulties of a victim-survivor.

ABA VAW, AYAW!

Produced by the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women in line with the 2006 observance of the 18-day Campaign to End Violence Against Women. The video discusses VAW and its various forms and the different services that VAW-victim survivors can avail.

PRAYER TO END VAW

BABAE BUMANGON KA

VAWC LEAVE

CINE JUANA DIGITAL SHORTS


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Prayer for the 18-Day Campaign to End Violence against Women (VAW)

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