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    • Message at the Zonta Induction of Officers

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 22, 2016

      Launch: Nationwide Search for Courageous Women Awards Dusit Thani Hotel, Makati City, 22 July 2016 The year 2016 is truly momentous for me in many ways. I ran for Vice President in a race that I never saw coming, not in my wildest dreams. That I won was as big as the surprise of actually

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    • Creating Inclusive Circles Of Women

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 21, 2016

      July 21, 2016 Message at the Australia-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Luncheon, Dusit Hotel To everyone, magandang magandang hapon po sa inyong lahat. I was working with women and women’s groups for a very long time. Being a woman, a widow, a former politician’s wife, a lawyer helping abused women and women’s

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    • Interview of Radyo Singko with Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Transcripts on Jul 21, 2016

      21 July 2016 Georgina: Magandang umaga po G. Orly at sa lahat po ng inyong mga tagapakinig. Q: Ok. Lumabas iyong survey ng Pulse Asia and there’s a sizeable majority trust in terms of trust for Vice President Robredo, ano ba ang reaksyon po ninyo? Ano ang reaksyon ng Vice President? Georgina: Lubos pong ikinagagalak

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    • Interview of DZGB Legazpi with Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Transcripts on Jul 21, 2016

      21 July 2016 Q: VP Leni in HUDCC: Paano po makakaabot sa grassroots iyong mga programa ng HUDCC, partikular sa mga pabahay? Georgina: Patuloy po ang pakikipagpulong ni Vice President Leni sa iba’t ibang sektor na may kinalaman po sa housing at nakausap na rin po niya ang ilang pong mga urban poor groups, mainly

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the 62% Trust Rating

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 20, 2016

      We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from our fellow Filipinos. From 1% in the pre-election surveys to 35.1%—and now, a trust rating of 62%. Thank you all for your vote of confidence; it is because of you and for you that we are in this position. Let us all work together toward a

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    • Statement of VP Leni on Extrajudicial Killings

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 20, 2016

      20 July 2016 We strongly condemn the spate of extrajudicial killings that occurred recently. This senseless and unjust violence must stop. We should not foster a culture of fear in our society — one that tacitly accepts death and one that does not give respect to human life. We urge the authorities to seriously investigate

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    • Inner Strength And A Culture Of Resilience

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 20, 2016

      20 July 2016 Keynote Message at the Brahma Khumaris, SM Aura The city where I lived almost my entire life gets the lion’s share of storms in the country every year. So when my husband Jesse was Mayor for 19 years, we would get so used to him being the first man out when there’s

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    • Pahayag ni VP Leni ukol sa Extrajudicial Killings

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 20, 2016

      “Mariin naming kinukundina ang nakababahalang bilang ng extrajudicial killings sa ating bansa. Dapat nang matigil ang walang saysay na karahasang ito. Hindi dapat natin tinatanggap ang isang kulturang sinusulong ang takot, pagpatay, at kawalang respeto sa karapatan ng isang tao na mabuhay. Hinihimok din namin ang mga nasa kapangyarihan na masusing imbestigahan at panagutin ang

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    • Statement of VP Leni on Housing

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 19, 2016

      19 July 2016 We support President Rodrigo Duterte’s statement regarding the importance of relocatable, safe, and sustainable housing for Filipinos, who are to be relocated. We believe in advocating for the dignity of those who are relocated, and that necessitates houses that have connections to electrical lines and have running water. Moreover, relocation sites should

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    • Different, Not Disabled

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 18, 2016

      18 July 2016 Message at the “See What I Can Do” On Children With Disabilities Exhibit Opening of UNICEF and Camera Club of the Philippines, SM MOA What do Tom Cruise, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, and George Washington have in common? They all had learning disabilities. Einstein did not speak until age 3, George Washington

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