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8 Mar 2024 – Some 45 participants (six men), all but ten online, participated in the blended NTUC Phl International Women’s Day celebrations at the ObreNa Center in Quezon City. President Jhing Ogalinda, DGS Angelita Senorin, Asst Treasurer Cyril Doctor, and AGS Joan Bautista facilitated the program. A new 18-point Women and Youth Agenda for 2024-2028 was recommended for confirmation by the NTUC Phl General Council in April 2024. The Assembly discussed further work on WaY issues considering the Aug 18, 2023 2nd National Convention resolutions and the Philippine ratification in March 2024 of ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work.
17 Feb 2024 – Nine participants (six women) started Feb 10 the 2nd Cluster learning course (CLiCK 2) conducted by the NTUC Phl Leadership Institute. The 10-Saturday CLiCk 2 training women and young workers for leadership uses improved modules from CLiCk 1 (2023) and the ITUC AP/DGB BW/ATUC mentoring manuals. The in-person course is taking place in the ObreNa Center in Quezon City. The teaching team comes from NTUC Phl. Participating federations are fully supporting the program and participants’ expenses.
18 Aug 2023 – NTUC Phl 2nd Convention elects first woman president of a national center in the Philippines.

August 21 at 11:15 AM · The National Trade Union Center of the Philippines (NTUC Phl) held its 2nd National Convention on August 18, 2023, at the Brentwood Hotel in Quezon City. The Convention was attended by over 150 delegates from trade unions all over the country, as well as guests from international and local…

30 July 2023 – 18 participants (12 women) completed the pilot 10-Saturday Cluster Learning Course training women and young workers for leadership. The online course Zoomed from Quezon City was an intense program ranging from Time management to Artificial intelligence conducted by a teaching team from NTUC Phl. Participants endorsed the Course for institutionalization. The next course will start in Jan 2024.
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