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A Closer Look Inside the Current Philippine Trade Union Movement, Labor Education and Research Network (LEARN) document, 1996

A Sample of Expenditures, PAID: Debt Advocacy Resource Magazine, Freedom from Debt Coalition, October 1996

Case Studies of Successful and Innovative Initiatives Enhancing Women’s participation in the Trade Union Movement (Asia), BATU Asian Women Commission, BATU Project Development Office, BATU

Enhancing the Participation of Women Union Officers and Leaders in Policy-Making Processes to ensure public sector response to the Identified Priority GAD Concerns, Emako Naldoza, Caucus, Dec. 96, Vo. 3 No. 2

Filipina Workers: A Situationer, Mylene D. Hega, LEARN, June 1997

FFW National Women Conference Proceedings, PSI-FFW Women’s Desk, 1994

Government Personnel/Position Inventory, Civil Service Commission, Office of the Executive Director-Planning and Management, Research and Statistics Division, 1996

Giving Birth to Gender-fair Trade unions, Mylene D. Hega, KILOS! Tomo VI, Blg. 1, Enero-Marso 1997

Kababaihan Bilang Lider-Unyon: Ba’t Hindi?, Tess Borgonos, KILOS! Tomo VI, Blg. 1, Enero-Marso 1997

No Woman’s Land, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

Philippine Yearbook, National Statistics Office, 1996

Reflections on the Road Travelled, A study on the Gender Program of LEARN, Dr. Divina Edralin LEARN, April 1997

Survey of Labor Organizations, BLES-DOLE, 1994

The Philippines: A Country Report, Mylene D. Hega, ILO Turin Center, November 1996

Towards Building An Alternative Labor Center, Alliance of Progressive Labor’s strategy paper, 1996

Worker in Cavite EPZ died due to Excessive Overtime, Melanie A. Verzola, E-mail, March 1997

Constitution and By-laws of different unions

Documentation of evaluation results of different gender sensitivity seminar for men by LEARN

taped interview to Daniel L. Edralin (for LEARN 10th year anniversary)

taped focus group discussion results (FGD) conducted by LEARN to different local unions to determine the effect of gender seminar to the unions

Major dailies

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About the Author

Mylene D. Hega

Mylene D. Hega is the Secretary General of the Manggagawang Kababaihan Mithi ay Paglaya or MAKALAYA, a women workers movement in the Philippines aiming to increase women participation in union life and leadership as well as to integrate gender concerns within trade union policies. She is currently the Assistant Executive Director and the Gender Program Coordinator of the Labor Education and Research Network Inc. (LEARN), a NGO formed by a consortium of trade unions to provide specialized training including political education and gender sensitivity seminars. Her previous works as co-author included gender sensitivity manuals for men and women, basic trade union handbook, financial management in trade unions and she writes a column in the KILOS! (Action!) alternative newspaper for workers. She studied behavioral science and has attended women courses in Amsterdam and Turin.

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