There are lots of ways to get involved with WAGI. Help share our campaigns on social media, write an article for our Quilted Sightings Journal, join a campaign, get training, volunteer or find a job in our office.

Our world needs more women leaders and leaders for women. We need you!


Take our Gender and Development Courses


Learn how to make your organization gender fair. We have courses for educators, public servants, administrators. These courses are in the context of education, gender responsive planning and budgeting, and current issues on human rights, governance, and ASEAN integration.

There are 2 ways you can take our courses. Join our annual training courses held from June-July or hire us for a special training at your organization.


Volunteer or Intern


We need vibrant, creative, and empowered individuals who can stand up and speak out on Gender Equality and Women Empowerment! The tasks students or individuals are given range from assisting in our Annual Summer Course, organizing for events, research, administrative responsibilities, or rallying and dancing outside for a cause. The volunteers and interns of WAGI have become a close-knit group and is a part of the WAGI family. Our veteran have learned to be empowered and rise to the occasion, and offer their talents and services when called. Skills and lessons they learn from WAGI are most often useful after they graduate.

Email at <wagi@mc.edu.ph> & <wagicommunications@gmail.com> and attach a copy of your curriculum vitae. Address your email to our Executive Director, Ma. Theresa De Vela, DPA​



Partner with Us

At WAGI, we understand that strong partnerships are key. We welcome the opportunity to join forces with organizations who share our mission to achieve women’s empowerment and gender equality in society.
Currently, we are working with the following organizations:
  • Women’s Studies Association of the Philippines (WSAP)

    WSAP is a national professional organization of academic and non-academic based Women's Studies teachers, researchers and activists promoting gender perspectives in the Philippine educational system. Its effort to bring gender issues to the forefront is geared towards the United Nation's Decade for Women's thrust for equality, development and peace.
    Visit the WSAP website >

  • Asian Association of Women’s Studies (AAWS)

    The AAWS is a forum for discussion and co-operation on new ideas in feminist education and research with a focus on Asia and to promote the dissemination of information on relevant community programs.
    Visit the AAWS website >

  • Southeast Asian Human Rights Studies Network (SEAHRN)

    SEAHRN is a consortium of human rights and peace academics and scholars from 22 university-based Southeast Asian institutions that conduct study programs, research and outreach activities on human rights, peace and conflict studies.
    Visit the SEAHRN website >

  • Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP)

    The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) is the national association of Catholic Educational Institutions in the Philippines founded in 1941. It now has more than 1,484 member-schools and more than 120 superintendents of Catholic Schools. It is a voluntary organization which operates through regional educational associations located in the 17 regions of the country.
    Visit the CEAP website >

  • Reproductive Health Advocacy Network (RHAN)

    Reproductive Health Advocacy Network (RHAN) is composed of organizations that promote, monitor, and lobby for sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR). RHAN advocates for the effective implementation of the RH Law (Republic Act 10354).

  • Women Engaged in Actions on 1325 (WE Act 1325)

    Women Engaged in Action 1325 is a network of human rights, peace and women's organizations committed to the implementation of the Philippine National Action Plan on UNSCRs 1325 and 1820.
    Visit the WE Act 1325 on Facebook >

The Commission on Higher Education Department (CHED) Technical Panel on Gender and Women’s Studies (TPGWS) upholds the commitment of the Philippines to national and international gender and development policies and mandates through CHED Memorandum No. 1 Series of 2015. The function of TPGWS is to facilitate gender responsive curriculum and programs in higher educational institutions.
Visit the CHED website >



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