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This gender and development (GAD) compliance training is to help all organizations both in the private and government sectors comply with the new law and its implementing rules regulations.
The three-hour webinar will provide guidance to your organizations in updating its workplace policies and mainstreaming the GAD Code for all national government agencies and its attached bureaus, government instrumentalities, GOCCs, government financial institutions, educational and training institutions, SUCs, and local government units.
In this easy-to-understand format, the comprehensive training will discuss all aspects of the law and its IRR including actions punishable under this law, liabilities of individuals and institutions, development of a code of conduct, investigation mechanisms, preventive measures, remedies, and valuable advice to keep all people in your organization and the general public protected as envisioned in this law.
• LCEs & Agency Heads
• LGU Administrators
• Compliance Officers
• HR & Legal Officers
• GAD Focal Point Persons
• GAD TWGs/ Committees
• GAD Training Officers
• Educators and Trainers
• Discipline Officers
• Business Owners
• Security Agencies & Guards
Course Director and Lecturer:
Atty. Dot Gancayco
Kaibigang Abogada, Multi-Awarded Lawyer, Radio-TV Host
and Women’s and Children’s Rights Advocate.
She is a multi-awarded socio civic and media person being a TV / radio host of the multi-awarded public Service show “Serbisyong Kasambahay and legal consultant to different radio and TV shows. She is a writer at the Philippine Star; professor of law; co-founder and past president of the Association of the Congressional Chiefs of Staff.
She leads several organizations and other advocacy movements including being president of Kilusang Kontra Kovid, a trustee of the board of the UP Women Circle, and president of Celebrity Sports Club. A philanthropist who devotes her time, efforts and resources to protecting people’s rights and promoting social welfare towards a better and more progressive society.
on or before October 10)
P 3,880 (when you register and pay
after October 10)
*Optional: Add P450 for a printed copy of a certificate of attendance inclusive of delivery charge
Mobile Number (+63 968) 851-2347
Telefax: (+632) 8842-7148 or 59
"Thank you Atty. Dot Gancayco for a very well prepared and well explained discussion on the Safe Spaces Act. Your presentation is understandable not only to those in the legal profession but more importantly to the marginalized gender who are vulnerable and need to be protected from abuse. Mabuhay ka!"
Atty. Gwen Pimentel
Commission on Human Rights
"We are grateful to Atty. Dot Gancayco for a very thorough and enlightening presentation on her salient features of the Safe Spaces Act. Her discussion highlighted the importance of the rights of women that are sought to be protected under this law! Kudos to Atty. Dot for always championing women’s rights!"
Atty. Arlene Lapuz-Ureta
UP Women Lawyers' Circle
"A landmark legislation like the Safe Spaces Act should be explained the way Atty. Dot Gancayco does. A recognized advocate of gender equality and women's rights, Atty. Gancayco clearly communicated the main features of the law and made the format and content of her lecture very interesting. She kept the audience of more than 200 employees of the House of Representatives engaged and entertained throughout her lecture. We hope we can invite her back!"
Atty. Annalou Nachura
Deputy Secretary General and Chief Counsel
Legal Affairs Department, House of Representatives