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Patricia B. Licuanan

President

Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

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Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

P.O. Box 6222

Australia

Company Description

The Center for Asia-Pacific Women in Politics (CAPWIP) is a non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental regional organization (NGO) dedicated to promoting equal participation of women in politics and decision-making. CAPWIP was established in 1992 by a group... more.

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Employment History

Khunying Supatra Masdit Minister To the Prime Minister, Professor Wu Qing Gender Specialist and Chair, Chinese Women's Health Network

Thailand


Chair

Commission on Higher Education


Affiliations

Philippine Embassy Madrid

Cabinet Member


USeP

Board of Regents, the Department of Budget and Management, the National Economic and Development Authority, the Committee On Appropriations of Committee On Finance


Budget

DNSC Board of Trustees, the Department


Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology

Board of Trustees, the Department of Budget and Management, the National Economic and Development Authority, the Committee On Appropriations of Committee On Finance


SPAMAST

Board of Trustees, the Department of Budget and Management, the National Economic and Development Authority, the Committee On Appropriations of Committee On Finance


International Museum of Women

Member


TINIG NG PLARIDEL

Board of Regents Member


4CompuElectron.com

Board of Regents Member


institute of philippine culture

Advisory Board Member


the Philippines

Representative


Asian Development Bank

Advisor To the Afghan Ministry


Asian University for Women Support Foundation

Board Member


Fourth World Conference

Chairperson of the Main Committee


APWW

Chairperson of the Main Committee


Education

Master's degree

Psychology

Cornell University


Ph.D.

social psychology

The Pennsylvania State University


PhD

Miriam College


baccalaureate degrees

SYs


Web References(197 Total References)


Election schedule sorted by country, CAPWIP Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

www.capwip.org [cached]

Patricia Licuanan is one of CAPWIP's W orking T rustees based in the Philippines.
Close associates call her "Tati". She has a Master's degree in Psychology from Cornell University and PhD in Social Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. She is currently the president of Miriam College and the Co-Chair of the South East Asia Women 's Watch (SEAWatch). She has worked as Academic Vice President of Ateneo de Manila University before joining Miriam College. She also headed the Philippine Delegation for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995. She is one of the forerunners of gender and development in the country when it was not yet a popular issue to stand for and work with.


Trustees and office bearers of CAPWIP, the Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

www.capwip.org [cached]

Dr. Patricia Licuanan
President, Miriam College Foundation


Resources, publications and papers of CAPWIP, the Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

capwip.org [cached]

Patricia Licuanan
Patricia Licuanan has actively participated in research, training, and advocacy work in applied social psychology, education, and educational reform, human resource development, and gender issues in the Philippines. Dr Licuanan is currently President of Miriam College and Trustee of the Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics. Her previous roles have included Academic Vice President and Professor of Psychology at Ateneo de Manila University, and Commissioner and Chairperson of the National Commission of the Role of Filipino Women. She also headed the Philippine Delegation for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995.


Election schedule sorted by country, CAPWIP Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

www.capwip.org [cached]

Patricia Licuanan is one of CAPWIP's Working T rustees based in the Philippines.
Close associates call her "Tati". She has a Master's degree in Psychology from Cornell University and PhD in Social Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. She is currently the president of Miriam College and the Co-Chair of the South East Asia Women 's Watch (SEAWatch). She has worked as Academic Vice President of Ateneo de Manila University before joining Miriam College. She also headed the Philippine Delegation for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995. She is one of the forerunners of gender and development in the country when it was not yet a popular issue to stand for and work with.


Staff of CAPWIP, the Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics

www.capwip.org [cached]

Patricia Licuanan is one of the three working trustees of CAPWIP based in the Philippines.
Close associates call her Tati. She holds a PhD in Psychology and she is currently the president of Miriam College. She has worked as Academic Vice President of Ateneo de Manila University before joining Miriam College. She also headed the Philippine Delegation for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995. She is one of the forerunners of gender and development in the country when it was not yet a popular issue to stand for and work with.


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