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The Drug War, Women & Leadership in the Philippines

by | Jan 20, 2017 | Health, Life, News, Weekly Wrap, Work, The Agenda

President Duterte is a self-declared womaniser, who can also lay claim to bouts of feminist policy. But, on the face of it, such apparent contradiction is not isolated when it comes to women, leadership and power in the Philippines, as explained by Dr Nicole Curato, from the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at IGPA, University of Canberra. She recently spoke with BroadAgenda’s Virginia Haussegger.

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