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Policy Library

Through a data request to member cities, CHANGE has compiled a list of policies, programs, and initiatives that address one of the qualitative indicators. This database was compiled into the library below.

Executive Order No. 16–S-2002 created the Quezon City Gender and Development Council, first established as Gender and Development Resource and Coordinating Office. This EO defined the functions and composition of the office.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


OC Ordinance No. SP 2191 S – 2012 : An ordinance creating a Quezon city protection center for women, children and lesbian, gays, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT's) who are victims/survivors of violence and abuse, adopting a comprehensive program thereof and for other purposes.

City: Quezon City

Impact Areas: Physical Autonomy, Built Environment


Ordinance No. 2493, S-2004: This ordinance ratified the implementing rules and regulations of the Gender and Development Code of Quezon City as provided for under Ordinance No. SP-140, S-2004.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


Ordinance No. 2493, S-2004: This ordinance established that every district should designate a Gender and Development Focal Person to serve as a coordinator with the GAD Council and for each district to appropriate at least 5% from their annual budget for GAD-related programs, projects and activities.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


City Ordinance No. SP 1401, S- 2004: This ordinance provided the Gender and Development Code for Quezon City. It states that “All City government department, offices and instrumentalities shall ensure that women and girls benefit equally and participate directly in the development programs and projects of said department and agencies to ensure full participation of both men and women.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


City Ordinance No. SP 2501, S-2016: This ordinance amended the Gender and Development Code to include a specific provision on the prohibition of street harassment and prescribing penalties of imprisonment of up to 30 days or fine of P1000 to P5000 depending on the gravity of the offense.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Physical Autonomy


Ordinance created six Pride Councils for the six districts of Quezon City who will serve as the focal groups and contacts on all issues of the district, as well as the implementation of existing policies, programs, projects and activities for the LGBTQI+ community.

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


This ordinance provides the structure and outline of the “Gender and Development Council Office Ordinance" and made the GAD Council a permanent part of the QC government through this ordinance.

Ordinance No. 3157, S-2022 – An Ordinance Institutionalizing the Gender and Development Council Office by Creating Thirty-One (31) Regular Plantilla Positions and Providing Funds Therefor and for Other Purposes

City: Quezon City

Impact Area: Local Governance


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