RH is HR MaskaRHade
To emphasize that reproductive health is a human rights issue, about 995 Catholics in the cities of Quezon City, Cebu, Tacloban, and Davao went to the streets. The mobilization successfully established RH as a human rights (HR) issue and a social justice concern. Like the September mobilization, this also had wide media network coverage.
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Policy Advocacy, Networking and Campaigns
C4RH is progressive national advocacy group that engages cultural conservatism (particularly religion), actively promotes gender equality and women’s rights (including sexual and reproductive health and rights or SRHR), and campaigns against discrimination & gender-based violence.
Mission Volunteer Program
Volunteers are the lifeblood of major movements for social change. The sharing of time, talents, and treasure (3Ts) are invaluable contributions to the realization of our vision of a strong fellowship of discerning and progressive Catholics.
We hope you will consider joining our cause. Be a Compassion Missionary. Be the change. Volunteer for C4RH.
Separation of Church and State
C4RH believes in the principle of the separation of the church and the state and as such, it strong opposes any attempt by religious organizations to impose their religious views on the secular institutions like the government.
C4RH organizes grassroots activities in line with its advocacy efforts of promoting RH as a human right and generating awareness and demand for RH services. These are done in partnership with service providers, community organizations, and the local government units.
"Puso, Puson, Pananampalataya, at Pulitika (P4RH)"
C4RH conducts “Puso, Puson, Pananampalataya, at Pulitika (P4RH)” a public form on Gender, Reproductive Health, Religion, and Politics to (1) encourage critical awareness and engagement of citizens in social issues and in the electoral and legislative policy reforms on SRHR.
Women's Celebration of Life and Faith 2020 - Interfaith Virtual Gathering
The Women’s Celebration of Life and Faith (WCLF) 2020 will take on the theme “Women of Faith Creating a Culture of Compassion and Inclusion.” Adapting to the new normal of social distancing, we will conduct our conversations virtually.
C4RH conducts continuing capacity-building activities with key sectors among women, youth, religious leaders, medical service providers, community leaders, and fellow RH advocates. Topics range from gender sensitivity and mainstreaming, leadership development, stigma elimination and values clarification on SRHR, etc.