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Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) and the University Center for Gender and Development (UCGAD) conduct Gender and Sensitivity Training among the members of the Administrative Council
Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) and the University Center for Gender and Development (UCGAD) while assisting the participants during the checking of the attendance and on the preparation of the documents and activities prior to the training.

Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) and the University Center for Gender and Development (UCGAD) conduct Gender and Sensitivity Training among the members of the Administrative Council

Dr. Hazel Marie R. Boloron, UCGAD Chief, gives her opening remarks by highlighting the idea of ‘openness and professionalism’ to reinforce a clearer understanding of gender as a social construct, recognizing personal gender biases, and demonstrating the ability to identify and address gender issues.

Dr. Jose Alexander C. Abella, VPAA, welcomes the ADCO members for the ‘Gender and Sensitivity Training (GST)’ on behalf of the University President (who is on official travel) and assures the support of the university towards this kind of noble undertaking.

Prof. Cheryl C. Cordova, Gender Focal Person of the University Laboratory High School (ULHS), leads the ‘Levelling off: Expectations’ preceding the speakers’ talk.

“Respect begets respect.” Mr. Bryan Lee D. Celeste, Faculty of the Department of Behavioral Sciences, explains issues of Social Orientation Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) by accentuating that SOGIE is not just for the LGBTQIA community, but for all.

A video clip presentation for gender analysis before the talk on ‘Gender Equity and Social Inclusion.’

“As an administrator, as a teacher, as a mother, as a wife or as a husband… we have to know the role of social institutions on gender inequalities and be more aware of the solutions we could offer.” Ms. Donnabelle G. Celebrado, ACDI/VOCA- PhilCAFE Representative and Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI) Specialist, talks about GESI and leads the workshop on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.

The winning group of the game ‘Gender Test.’

Workshop on strategic actions to address existing gender issues (Planning).

Workshop on strategic actions to address existing gender issues (Planning).

Workshop on strategic actions to address existing gender issues (Planning).

Workshop on strategic actions to address existing gender issues (Planning).

Presentation on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.
Presentor: Quality Assurance Office Director, Dr. Jose S. Valmorida

Presentation on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.
Presentor: Vice President for Administration, Dr. Ronel V. Sudaria

Presentation on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.
Presentor: Dean-College of Nursing, Dr. Richard R. Soliven

Presentation on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.
Presentor: Director of Instruction, Dr. Raquelyn J. Dadang

Presentation on strategic actions to address existing gender issues.
Presentor: HRMO Director, Dr. Teresita H. Borres

Dr. Emmanuel P. Leaño, gives his impression as a participant of the said training.

Dr. Divine Joy S. Oledan gives her impression as a participant of the said training.

Giving the certificate of appreciation to the speaker.

Dr. Teresita H. Borres, Director of Human Resource Management Office (HRMO), congratulates everyone for the success of the Gender and Sensitivity Training.

Mr. Nolan Earl E. Guzman leads the closing prayer of the event.

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