By Eunice Ciocon, Mark Leonar, and Micole Locsin In Asia, the Philippines is regarded as one of the countries that gives high regard for women, therefore equal protection and opportunity is upheld by women advocates. It cannot be denied that part of this success are the women in the workforce which paved way for jobs … Continue reading Prevalence Rate of Road Related Harassment Among Women Drivers of Private Vehicles
by: Ana Katrina Bianca W. Remoto and Garcela A. Villalobos (USLS, JD1) "If indeed gender-based harassment can ruin the lives of the victims, one therefore has to take a serious look at its negative impact and how the Local Government Units and responsible authorities make Negros Occidental a safe space for every constituent in each … Continue reading A Case Study on Gender-Based Sexual Harassment in the Promotion of the Safe Spaces Act in Negros Occidental
By April Therese L. Escarda & Dheenise Eiver B. Villaruz, JD 1 Abstract Personality is a concomitant factor in many kinds of behavior, one of which is associating with criminal demeanor. To fully ascertain what constitutes a criminal, we must first understand the personality of a person. Further, this research focuses on the lived experiences … Continue reading Behind the Tears of Hope: A Comparative Study Between the Role of Mental Health Experts and Anti-Crime Authorities in Resolving Unlawfulness Charged Against Psychologically-Ill Individuals
By Priscilla Marie Corazon C. Rivero and Franz Hughanne R. Tionko Abstract Violence against women and children are infamously recognized in the global arena as a human rights concern. Rape, sexual assault and molestation are immoral acts that have been criminally prosecuted since the beginning of civilization, however, it still remains rampant in civil society increasing throughout … Continue reading A Study On the Challenges of the Public Prosecutors and Lawyers in Handling Rape and Sexual Assault cases.
I. ABSTRACT The Animal Welfare Act was enacted to protect and promote the welfare of all animals in the Philippines as intended by Congress. It focuses on the physical and psychological well-being of animals which includes, but not limited to, the avoidance of abuse, maltreatment, cruelty, and exploitation of animals by humans by maintaining appropriate … Continue reading A Study on the Degree of Implementation of Republic Act 8485 (as amended by RA 10631): Animal Welfare Act in the Cities of Bacolod, Talisay, and Silay
Submitted by: Marben Luis L. Tan Jason Villarosa Ivan Villarosa “Drug Abuse and Crimes in San Carlos City: Can the Society Break this Connection with the Help of the Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation?” INTRODUCTION: The Philippine drug war is the anti-drug policy and actions of the Philippine government under President Rodrigo Duterte, who assumed office on June 30, 2016. According to former Philippine National … Continue reading Drug Abuse and Crimes in San Carlos City: Can the Society Break this Connection with the Help of the Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation?
Internal Audit has been expanding as a profession facilitated by the realization of its value-adding function in the organization both in private and public practice. In context, internal audit is the evaluation of management controls and operations performance, and the determination of the degree of compliance with laws, regulations, managerial policies, accountability measures, ethical standards, … Continue reading Internal Audit Unit in the Public Sector: Impediments and Prospects in its Establishment in the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental
By Glece Mae O. Metro, Kim Billones, and Danica Louise Pao I. Abstract This study aimed to review the pertinent laws regarding the implementation of the Katarungang Pambarangay or the Barangay Justice System which complements the courts in administering justice that is a compulsory process before a case is elevated to a court. The study … Continue reading The Implementation of the Barangay Justice System as a Community-Based Dispute Settlement Mechanism in Barangay Mansilingan in Bacolod City: A Policy Review
Filipino Freelancers are on the rise. The ASEAN country even placed sixth in the world as the fastest growing market for the freelancing industry. Because of the pandemic, millions turned into freelancing work globally. Many have shed off the security of permanent, full-time jobs, and others have no choice at all. Freelancing, with all its … Continue reading Filipino Freelancers’ Welfare: Assessing, Consolidating, and Proposing Legal Measures
By Abigail Pia and Jose Pacleb III Our world has struck with an unforeseen calamity, most of us didn’t know how to deal this new enemy, an unseen enemy. For almost a year, the world has been battling coronavirus disease-19(COVID-19). Great and small nations alike came to almost a standing halt due to the effects … Continue reading A case study on ethical consideration of health care professionals arising in response to COVID-19 Pandemic in the City of Bacolod