“RH: Through the eyes of the youth”

This is a press statement from Do it right advocacy.

Do it right advocacy is an awareness program, promoting information on Waste Management, Climate Change, and other political and national issues.

The Reproductive Health Bill is one of the hottest issues today. Based on our interviews, the community is still in dire need of information.

May 28th the International Day of Action for Women’s Health is fast
approaching. Join thousands of people around the world in celebration of this day, to defend reproductive and sexual rights as universal,
indivisible human rights and mobilise for reproductive justice. Why take
action this year?- (WGNRR)

The objective for this event is to spread awareness to everyone especially for the YOUth. DIR advocacy is organizing the event to show to everyone that the YOUth has something to say about this. We still believe that “Ang Kabataan ang Pag asa ng Bayan.”

Date: May 28, 2011
Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: Conspiracy Bar, 59 Visayas Avenue Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines

Program
Registration: 2:00pm- 2:15pm
2:15- 2:30 Introduction- Grace Bondad Nicolas- Founder, DIR Advocacy
2:30- 2:45 Opening Address- Dean Jorge Bocobo- Rizalist Press
2:45-3:15 Welcome Remarks- Elizabeth Angsioco- Chair, Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines
3:15- 3:30 Video Showing- “Why we need RH Bill in the Philippines”
Speakers
3:30- 3:45 Alvin Cloyd Dakis- AYNLA
3:45- 4:00 Marie Therese De Silva- UP Student
4:00-4:15 Doreen Murata – National Youth Consortium
4:15- 4:30 Intermission: Alvin Cloyd Dakis and Marie Therese De Silva
4:30- 4:45 Miryenda
4:45- 5:00 Noel De Guia- Philippine Heroes League
5:00-5:15 Reignier Bona- The Library Foundation
5:15-5:30 Marlon Toledo Laxamana- LGBT Rights

Closing Remarks: Mr. Yzak Vargas – President, Critical Thinking Filipinos
Group Picture

Thank You
Grace Bondad- Nicolas
DIR advocacy-Founder

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