SC joins celebration of ‘Pride Month’

25/06/2022 12:30:00 PM

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The Supreme Court (SC) joins the country and other nations in the celebration of “Pride Month” this month of June.

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Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court (SC) joins the country and other nations in the celebration of “Pride Month” this month of June.After its flag raising ceremony on Monday, June 27, the SC will hold a short program spearheaded by its Committee on Gender Responsiveness in the Judiciary (CGRJ).

Chief Justice Alexander G. Gesmundo and Associate Justice Amy C. Lazaro Javier, CGRJ chairperson, will deliver their messages to judiciary officials and employees.The highlight of the program is the signing of the “Wall of Pride.”Court Administrator Raul B. Villanueva said that trial courts in the country are allowed by the SC “to have their own simple ‘pride event’ to celebrate, without much fanfare, self-acceptance, achievements, legal rights, aspirations, and pride of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex, etc. (LGBTQIA+) community.”

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After its flag raising ceremony on Monday, June 27, the SC will hold a short program spearheaded by its Committee on Gender Responsiveness in the Judiciary (CGRJ). Chief Justice Alexander G. (Angkla), Serbisyo sa Bayan (SBP) and Aksyon Magsasaka-Tinig Partido ng Masa (AKMA-PTM) seeking the reversal of the Court’s decision issued on September 15, 2020. Gesmundo and Associate Justice Amy C. The exhibit will run from June 26 to 30. Lazaro Javier, CGRJ chairperson, will deliver their messages to judiciary officials and employees. AKMA-PTM was no. The highlight of the program is the signing of the “Wall of Pride. There’s an ebbing feeling that I don’t deserve to march with the community.

” Court Administrator Raul B. 53 while Angkla was no. Pilipinas International 2021 Hannah Arnold. Villanueva said that trial courts in the country are allowed by the SC “to have their own simple ‘pride event’ to celebrate, without much fanfare, self-acceptance, achievements, legal rights, aspirations, and pride of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex, etc. (LGBTQIA+) community. The SC in its previous ruling declared as “not unconstitutional” Section 11 (b) of Republic Act 7941 or the Party-list System Act that gives party-list garnering at least two percent of the votes for the party-list system (two-percenters) a guaranteed seat in the House of Representatives.” “Those interested or concerned may consider having their own simple programs with appropriate messages and expressions of commitment after the flag raising ceremonies in their respective stations. People who post their pics under the Rainbow Arch on social media get a chance to win an overnight stay for two at the Novotel Manila Araneta City if they upload their photos on Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtags #YouMatterNoMatter, #PrideAtAranetaCity, and #AranetaCity. However, such activities should not go beyond 10:00 o’clock in the morning of 27 June 2022 for the courts still have to proceed with their scheduled hearings and official court activities for the rest of the day,” Villanueva said in his circular to trial court judges.” ADVERTISEMENT The high court stressed that the interpretation of Section 11 (b) of R. It’ll probably never be fully opened, especially to the people that raised me.

June is “Pride Month” when the “world’s LGBTQIA+ communities come together and celebrate the freedom to be who they are.” The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) had reminded Filipinos not to discriminate against the LGBTQIA+ members because stigma and harassment might exacerbate mental health issues. Commission on Elections decided on July 8, 2009. The workshop, Cartoons! Comics! Draw! with Manix Abrera, will be held on June 25, 10:30 a. “LGBTQIA+ individuals are three times more likely to suffer from mental health conditions such as major depression or generalized anxiety disorder,” it said. “This Pride Month 2022, we exclaim: LGBQTIA+ rights are human rights,” the CHR declared. However, in their motion for reconsideration, the petitioners asserted that the manner of allocating additional seats in the second round violates the “one person, one vote” policy protected under the equal protection clause. “With our rainbow flags raised high, let’s continue the fight to end discrimination and harassment based on a person’s sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression,” it stressed. The children can participate with the supervision and consent of their guardians. Nowadays, she exercises her bisexuality more than me as she goes in and out of flings.

. To do otherwise, they said, would be a clear case of double counting of votes where the votes that are already used to elect representatives through the guaranteed seat are once again used to elect a representative for the additional seat.