From Complicity to Care

Time’s Up Ateneo 2nd Anniversary Statement 15 October 2021 Two years after the historic protests against sexual violence and impunity that shook the Ateneo de Manila University beginning 15 October 2019, we at Time’s Up Ateneo reaffirm our commitment to survivors’ struggle for justice and healing. Though Time’s Up Ateneo was formally founded two daysContinue reading “From Complicity to Care”

Time’s Up Ateneo 2nd Anniversary Schedule of Events

Time’s Up Ateneo is pleased to invite you to our 2nd anniversary activities! Read more about the events below. Apart from these events, watch out for our special anniversary content, to be released on our website and social media channels. Open to everyone: Time’s Up Ateneo will release articles on how gender-based violence (GBV) isContinue reading “Time’s Up Ateneo 2nd Anniversary Schedule of Events”

Never Again, Never Forget

Time’s Up Ateneo’s Statement on the 49th Anniversary of the Declaration of Marcos’ Martial Law It has been 49 years since the declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines, and Time’s Up Ateneo stands with the Filipino people in remembering all forms of violence inflicted on Filipinos during Ferdinand Marcos’ bloody dictatorship. As a communityContinue reading “Never Again, Never Forget”

Statement of Support for Survivors in Light of OrSem Events

On Meaningful, Survivor-Centered, and Trauma-Informed Responses to Sexual Violence Time’s Up Ateneo fully stands by the survivors who have spoken up in recent days about the harm that was caused to them by one of this year’s OrSem hosts. Time’s Up Ateneo offers the survivors our full support, as they face backlash, victim blaming, andContinue reading “Statement of Support for Survivors in Light of OrSem Events”

Time’s Up Ateneo’s successful book club on Han Kang’s The Vegetarian

by Jasmine Cruz and Reese Ungson Last 10 July 2021, Time’s Up Ateneo (TUA) had our first public book club. We discussed Han Kang’s novel The Vegetarian. There were 23 registrants and 15 of them were able to attend. This event was a follow-up to TUA’s book club on Kate Manne’s Down Girl, held privatelyContinue reading “Time’s Up Ateneo’s successful book club on Han Kang’s The Vegetarian”

Time’s Up Ateneo’s advocacy training: Imagining justice and appreciating diverse opinions

by Jasmine Cruz Time’s Up Ateneo (TUA) has been continuing its activities throughout the pandemic. Last January 29, 2021, TUA held an advocacy training with Ms. Aimee Santos-Lyons, National Program Officer for Gender and Gender-Based Violence Unit of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). After some introductions, Ms. Santos-Lyons informed us of what we canContinue reading “Time’s Up Ateneo’s advocacy training: Imagining justice and appreciating diverse opinions”

Webinar on Safeguarding against Sexual Violence (with Dr. Carmen La Viña)

What do people need to know about responding to sexual violence, about being a victim-survivor, and about perpetrators? How can we, as a community, support victim-survivors? What measures should institutions implement to safeguard against sexual violence? What do we do when institutions fail to fulfill their responsibility? Time’s Up Ateneo is holding a webinar onContinue reading “Webinar on Safeguarding against Sexual Violence (with Dr. Carmen La Viña)”