Male City Employees of LGU Catbalogan do the MOVE

More than 50 male employees of The City Government of Catbalogan joined the MOVE (Men Opposed to VAWC Everywhere) Orientation last September 26, 2013 at Cocina de Cabral as organized by the City Social Welfare and Development Office with assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Regional Office

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Representatives from DSWD and officers from MOVE Tacloban City were present during the said orientation and discussed various topics regarding the said advocacy. City Legal Office Atty. Aileen Forteza discussed on the salient features of RA 9262 or the Anti-Voilence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004, the backbone of the advocacy of MOVE.

Highlights of the event were the election of officers for the MOVE Catbalogan City and the signing of the Pledge of Support towards elimination of violence against women and their children, which was facilitated by no less than City Mayor Stephany Uy-Tan.

Mayor Step, who delivered an impromptu message gave emphasis on the important role of male involvement towards addressing the issues of women and the society as a whole. She extended her commitment as well towards the new organization and further encouraged them to be strong partners of the government and role models of our society.

Members of MOVE have pledged to never keep silent about, commit, nor condone VAW. Their objectives include formally assembling men who will advocate against VAW, formulating actions for the involvement of men in the elimination of VAW, and forming partnerships and linkages to push for advocacy projects, among others.

(Article and Photos by Ador Hurtado, Office of the City Mayor)

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