Let’s Talk About “Saving” Sex Workers (Online Discussion)

Time’s Up Ateneo invites everyone to Let’s Talk About “Saving” Sex Workers, an online discussion about Sharmila Parmanand’s research entitled Saving our Sisters: Critical inquiry into sex trafficking discourses and interventions in the Philippines. Be there on Aug. 5, 2022 from 8pm to 9:30pm (Manila Time)/ 1pm to 2:30pm (London Time). Register via https://tinyurl.com/TalkTUA SavingContinue reading “Let’s Talk About “Saving” Sex Workers (Online Discussion)”

2022 Calendar of Time’s Up Ateneo

Here’s the line-up of Time’s Up Ateneo’s activities for 2022! All events will be held online using Philippine time. Joining instructions will sent to registered participants a few days before the activities. Note: Check this page for updates on our events Download this calendar: https://tinyurl.com/2022TUACalendar February SEAFAM PH Origin Stories (for SEAFAM PH members only)Continue reading “2022 Calendar of Time’s Up Ateneo”

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”

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)”

No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration (31 October 2020)

What has the past year of struggle been like, and what is the future of the movement? Join us in this online discussion on the legacy of the October 15, 2019 protest, its earlier roots, and the continuing struggle against sexual violence in the University and beyond. Speakers: Kara Angan, ASHS Safe SpacesKit Andres, ProtectContinue reading “No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration (31 October 2020)”

No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration

No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration (31 October 2020) What has the past year of struggle been like, and what is the future of the movement? Join us in this online discussion on the legacy of the October 15 protest, its earlier roots, and the continuing struggle against sexual violenceContinue reading “No Justice Without Healing, No Healing Without Justice: An Online Commemoration”

NO JUSTICE WITHOUT HEALING, NO HEALING WITHOUT JUSTICE: Time’s Up Ateneo marks first anniversary

One year ago today, on October 17, 2019, Time’s Up Ateneo was born. Time’s Up Ateneo is a fruit of the movement against sexual violence and impunity at the Ateneo de Manila University. Bringing together survivors and advocates, it has consolidated various efforts that converged during the October 15, 2019 protest on campus against sexualContinue reading “NO JUSTICE WITHOUT HEALING, NO HEALING WITHOUT JUSTICE: Time’s Up Ateneo marks first anniversary”