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Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation
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Midterm Fieldwork Sharing Darlene Caramanzana and Cindy Cruz-Cabrera February 2013 Presentation

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Cindy Cruz-Cabrera and Darlene Caramanzana worked with the Center of Women's Resources, a non-profit organization that conducts research and training for women, particularly grassroots women, as their …

Cindy Cruz-Cabrera and Darlene Caramanzana worked with the Center of Women's Resources, a non-profit organization that conducts research and training for women, particularly grassroots women, as their fieldwork at the Department of Women and Development Studies at the University of the Philippines College of Social Work and Community Development. This presentation covered the first half of their fieldwork for the second semester AY2012-2013 - research on violence against women for Darlene, and the literacy and numeracy program for grassroots women for Cindy.

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  • 1. MIDTERMFIELDWORK SHARINGDarlene Marquez-Caramanzana WD280Cindy Cruz WD 281
  • 2. Fieldwork Placement
  • 3. Center for Women’s Resources founded In 1982 Marcos dictatorship andmartial rule social and political unrest unstable economic condition civil and political repression many women activelyinvolved and engagedthemselves in the OustMarcos Movement
  • 4. The Birth of CWR The Center forWomen’sResources wasborn of the wombof women’sstruggle forliberation.
  • 5. The Birth of CWR active involvement in variouspolitical and socialmovements the need to document andconsolidate women’sexperiences and stories ofcourage and militancy. a need to put into writing thestruggles and stories ofsufferings that women haveto endure at a time ofrepression and oppression
  • 6.  Empowers women througheducation work, part ofwhich is production ofmodules for women. Produces modules onWomen’s Orientation. Helps in the consolidationof data and experiences ofwomen in the context of anintensifying repression.30 Years of CWR
  • 7. CWR Organizations assisted in facilitating thebirth of yet anotherorganization that will play amajor role in the history ofthe women’s movement inthe Philippines –GABRIELA (1984). paved the way for theformation of SAMAKANA(Samahan ng MalayangKababaihang Nagkakaisa),a national organization ofwomen in the urban poorcommunities.
  • 8. CWR’s Mission To promote full participation of Filipino women in thegenuine development of Philippine society; To respond to the specific needs of women fromdifferent sectors, particularly the grassroots womenby working with institutions, community andvoluntary groups concerned with programs forpeople’s development. To popularize knowledge on women anddevelopment through research and publications inorder to effect change in the consciousness of thelarger public; and To promote growth and consolidation of regionalwomen’s centers and sectoral womenorganizations.
  • 9. Programs and ServicesEducation and Training coordinates the “Paaralang Lisa Balando” (PLB),an education training school for women in thegrassroots develops education modules and manuals andtraining aids conducts instructor trainings, seminars anddiscussion groups on women’s conditions andissues. convenes the inter-organizational educatorsconsultation coordinates the annual education campaign forMarch 8, the International Women’s Day.
  • 10. Programs and ServicesAdvocacy and Publication Ensures that its research is packaged,printed and disseminated in popular forms Organizes a yearly ULAT LILA forum onwomen’s situations Produces various publications such asPiglas Diwa, Usaping Lila, Ulat Lila andMarso 8.
  • 11. Programs and ServicesResearch and Data Bank conducts participatory research andsurveys on women’s conditions in thedifferent sectors and areas gathers macro and micro data onsectoral, national, and globaldevelopments and issues affectingwomen. consolidates data gathered to producestudies and situationers on women, whichare released in the Center’s variouspublications.
  • 12. Partners The organization servesgrassroots women –peasants, workers, urbanpoor and professionalsand students whom theyalso encourage andmobilize to help them intheir advocacy work.
  • 13. CWR Activities2nd Semester 2012-2013
  • 14. The First of Many Meetings
  • 15. Move to Mob:One Billion Rising - UPLB
  • 16. CWR 30th Anniversary
  • 17. Move to Mob:One Billion Rising – UPD, Trinoma
  • 18. More to Come!
  • 19. WD 280 – FIP I Work PlanDarlene Marquez-Caramanzana PART I: Objectives of the Field InstructionProgram with CWR PART II: Participation in CWR Activities PART III: Other Output PART IV: Status of Objectives, Activities andDeliverables
  • 20. Principal Objective To participate in and reflect on women-centered research and processes and itscontribution to grassroots womenempowerment
  • 21. Specific Objectives1. To make a Review of RelatedLiterature on State-Instigated ViolenceAgainst Women.2. To conduct a review of CWR’sprevious researches on women andhuman rights (UNICEF and ResearchReport on Human Rights) focusing onconceptual framework, methods,findings and recommendations.
  • 22. Specific Objectives3. To design a Concept Paper on Research onWomen and Human Rights Violations(forms, impact, resistance) with particularfocus on State – Instigated Violence (e.g.military rape, sexual harassment, seduction,etc)4. To gather initial data through Life Stories orSemi-Structured Interviews on women andtheir experiences on human rights violations(Montalban, Tanay or Southern Tagalog,Lakbayan from Mindanao)
  • 23. Participation in CWR ActivitiesObjective: To participate in Other CWR activitiesand reflect on the contributions and processes ofa women’s non-government institution inadvocacy and movement building such as:1. CWR Anniversary2. VAW Campaign3. One Billion Rising – February 14, 20134. Ulat Lila (Fact Sheet) – January – February 20135. International Women’s Day6. Voters’ Education – January to February7. Orientation on CWR/Education sessions/Meetings
  • 24. Other Output Review of Related Literature on HumanRights and State-Instigated Violence AgainstWomen Report on Review of Researches made byCWR on Women and Human RightsViolations Concept Paper on a Research on HumanRights Violations and Women Preliminary Findings of Focused GroupDiscussions or Semi-Structured Interviewswith Human Rights Victims Reflections for Part 2 (CWR Activities)
  • 25. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Review of RelatedLiterature on HumanRights and StateInstigated Violence Have reviewed two(CWR) researches onWomen and HumanRights Have reviewed somejournal articles on humanrights and sexualviolence against womenin times of conflict/war
  • 26. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Report on Review ofResearches made byCWR on Women andHuman Rights Violations Concept Paper on aResearch on HumanRights Violations andWomen The review has beenmade; report will formpart of the Review ofRelated Literature. IN PROCESS !!!!
  • 27. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Preliminary Findings ofFocused GroupDiscussions or Semi-Structured -Interviewswith Human RightsVictims IN PROCESS Had a brainstormingsession with Ms. JojoGuan regarding theInterview Questions.
  • 28. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Preparatory works forCWR’s 30th Anniversarylast December 15, 2012as registrar and (self-assigned) photodocumentor. Cindy and Ialso prepared CWR’sphoto exhibit during theanniversary
  • 29. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Mobilization onInternational Day ofWomen Human RightsDefenders Briefing and Preparatorymeeting on Ulat Lila Have Finished the FirstDraft of the Ulat LilaAssignments
  • 30. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Orientational EducationSessions: BasicWomen’s Orientation andViolence Against Women Launching of One BillionRising in Quezon Cityand V-Men. Reflections are madepart of my inputs in the FIJournal.
  • 31. Total Number of Hours renderedas of February 2, 2013112 hours
  • 32. WD 281 – FIP II Work PlanCindy Cruz PART I: Objectives of the Field InstructionProgram with CWR PART II: Participation in CWR Activities PART III: Other Output PART IV: Status of Objectives, Activities andDeliverables
  • 33. Principal Objectives To develop critical analyses of thesituation of women and men To implement interventions; and To develop specialized skills inorganizational and programmanagement and other aspects ofdevelopment work
  • 34. Specific Objectives1. To write a Review of Related Literature onLiteracy and Numeracy Training as aMethod of Empowering Grassroots Women2. To evaluate CWR’s existing Literacy andNumeracy or LITNUM modules –achievement of objectives and revisions onexercises and activities Materials: Assessing existing LITNUM modules Experience: Conducting separate FGDs withformer LITNUM participants and LITNUMparateachers
  • 35. Specific Objectives3. To conduct a Literacy and Numeracytraining program (LITNUM) for urban poorwomen, formerly teenage mothers (Module3)4. To create a draft of a continuation module(Module 4)5. To make recommendations for the futureconduct of the program and thedevelopment of current and future trainingmodules (Modules 4 and 5)
  • 36. Participation in CWR ActivitiesObjective: To participate in Other CWR activitiesand reflect on the contributions and processes ofa women’s non-government institution inadvocacy and movement building such as:1. CWR Anniversary Celebration2. VAW Campaign3. One Billion Rising – February 14, 20134. Ulat Lila (Fact Sheet) – January – February 20135. International Women’s Day6. Voters’ Education – January to February7. Orientation on CWR/Education sessions/Meetings
  • 37. Other Output Review of Related Literature on Literacyand Numeracy Training as a Method ofEmpowering Grassroots Women Evaluation Paper on LITNUM Modules 1,2and 3 Draft of LITNUM Module 4 Recommendations for Future Training andModule Development Reflections
  • 38. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status1. To write a Review ofRelated Literature onLiteracy and NumeracyTraining as a Method ofEmpowering GrassrootsWomen Research in progress Journal articles Tracking adult literacy andnumeracy skills Adult literacy anddevelopment Improving adult literacyinstruction / perspectiveson adult learning needs Women, love, literacy,empowerment
  • 39. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status2. To evaluate CWR’sexisting Literacy andNumeracy or LITNUMmodules – achievementof objectives andrevisions on exercisesand activities Materials: Assessingexisting LITNUM modules Experience: Conductingseparate FGDs withformer LITNUMparticipants and LITNUMparateachers Ongoing study/reflection:LITNUM modules 1-3 FGDs to be organizedafter finding pastparticipants andparateachers
  • 40. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status3. To conduct a Literacyand Numeracy trainingprogram (LITNUM) forurban poor women,formerly teenagemothers (Module 3) Ongoing; have had 3meetings Preliminary meeting withcommunity organizers /leaders, former LITNUMparateachers and Ms.Jojo Guan Preliminary meeting withDr. Judy Taguiwalo
  • 41. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status3. To conduct a Literacyand Numeracy trainingprogram (LITNUM) forurban poor women,formerly teenagemothers (Module 3) Reading, Writing, Mathimprovement Request: English Collaborative approachto coverage Constant consultationand feedback to aid incurriculum design
  • 42. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status4. To create a draft of acontinuation module(Module 4)5. To makerecommendations forthe future conduct of theprogram and thedevelopment of currentand future trainingmodules (Modules 4 and5) Ongoing Level of current group ≠third module level Ongoing
  • 43. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Assisted and participatedin One Billion Rising inUPLB (December 7,2012) Did preparatory work forCWR’s 30th Anniversarylast December 15, 2012 registration photo documentation CWR’s photo exhibit andvenue decor
  • 44. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Attended the briefing andpreparatory meeting onUlat Lila Working on Ulat LilaAssignment Mobilization onInternational Day ofWomen Human RightsDefenders
  • 45. Status of The Field Work Plan:What Has Been Achieved So Far?Expected Output Current Status Participate in and reflecton CWR Activities Attended andparticipated inOrientational EducationSessions: BasicWomen’s Orientation andViolence Against Women Writing reflections (FIJournal)
  • 46. Total Number of Hours renderedas of February 4, 2013126 hours
  • 47. Reflection and Challenges Enriching experiences and immersion Refreshing balance in guidance andconfidence Ulat Lila: Factsheet on Migrant WomenWorkers Developments in the LITNUM program Level of current group vs. next module to becreated Evaluation of past modules vs. pastparticipants

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