Monday, September 19, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Monday, July 18, 2011
Aside from the lectures conducted, the Deaf facilitators have been assigned to go to the different areas within the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela to gather case information involving Deaf parties. The PDRC through the Deaf Human Rights project would like to see legal access for the Deaf in case proceedings or even before the case is filed.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Knowledge for Development Center
Philippine Deaf Resource Center
St. Paul University Philippines
Philippine Deaf Resource Center (PDRC) in partnership with
The three-day videoconference attended by the deaf community (teachers, volunteers, students), local government units (city and provincial social workers), academe (law and social work educators), non-government organizations (social workers, psychologists, volunteers) and law enforcer (officer of Women and Children’s Desk) aimed to increase awareness and provide training regarding human rights of the deaf among deaf and hearing advocates in the locality. The training consists of two parts: the pre-videoconferences wherein the modules and assignments were sent to each participant and videoconference sessions where the participants are gathered in the SPUP-KDC connected via videoconference with project legal consultants of PDRC transmitting from the World Bank- KDC in Ortigas,
As part of the action plan, the participants of the training created a Paralegals and Advocates committee. Mr. Panfilo Marantan, a member of the board of governors of Katipunan ng Maykapansanan sa Pilipinas Inc. (KAMPI) was chosen as the Chairperson. Mrs. Marge Obonan, a social worker of the Breaking Barriers for Young Adults with Disabilities and Mrs. Herminia Danao, a social worker and a faculty of SPUP were selected as Vice-Chair and secretary respectively. The committee plans and intends to organize similar DHRLA training to the other groups in
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Mobile KDC and Visually Impaired Recipients Culminating Activity "Aggao na Pattaradday anna Pappabalo"
Knowledge and Information Resource Network, World-Bank Knowledge for Development Center (WB-KDC) in partnership with the Community Extension Services conducted a Mobile KDC and Visually Impaired Recipients Culminating Activity “Ággao na Pattaradday anna Pappabalo” on January 25, 2011 at the KDC.
Mobile KDC recipients from the elementary schools of Larion Alto,
joined the KDC VIP beneficiaries in this gathering.
Film viewing on climate change followed by an essay writing, poster making and slogan making contests with a theme "SAVE MOTHER NATURE" highlighted the activity. Dr. Madelyn Menor, Associate Dean of SASTE and Dr. Beatriz Clemente, a member of the SPUP Research Team facilitated as judges. The winners were the following:
1st Place: Rochelle Luyun - Estefania Elementary School (EES), Amulung, Cagayan
2nd Place: Lovely Malamnao - Lannig Elementary School (LES), Solana, Cagayan
3rd Place: Rachelle Joy Sibbaluca - Larion Alto Elementary School, Tuguegarao City
1st Place: Angel Soriano – EES
2nd Place: Trisha Rances – LES
3rd Place: Romnick Rances - LES
1st Place: Yvonne Galiza - LES
2nd Place: Maricar Bartolome - LES
3rd Place: Mark Anthony Adversalo - EES