CoE, GAD conduct Orientation on Anti-Sexual Harassment and Safe Spaces Act

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The resource speaker for the event was Atty. Jesus A. Villardo III, the Director of the university’s Office of Legal Affairs. The activity is aimed to equipping participants with appropriate information regarding issues affecting gender and development, such as sexual harassment and its various forms, and the crucial steps that a victim should consider.

The College together with the Gender and Development Office and the USeP community, upholds the campaign against anti-sexual harassment, and safe spaces act, whether in public spaces, educational and training institutions, workplaces, or in virtual settings.

The College of Engineering expresses its fervent gratitude to everyone behind the successful conduct of the orientation.

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