Backed by research and with support from its partners, FMA’s publications aim to inform policymakers and stakeholders how current digital transformations affect basic human rights, especially of marginalized peoples.
Read and download FMA’s research projects below.
Women and ICT
- Women’s rights online: A research and policy initiative on women’s empowerment through the web [Philippine report] (FMA, August 2015)
- Gender-based violence: The Philippine experience (Liza S. Garcia, Florence Y. Manikan, December 2014)
- Baseline report on VAW/eVAW and its reporting system in the Philippines (FMA & Association for Progressive Communications [APC], March 2013)
- Violence against women and information communication technologies: A Philippines country report (Jessica Umanos Soto, 2010)
- Digitization and domestic work: the policy environment in the Philippines (Liza Garcia, Teresita Barrameda, Jessamine Pacis, Arlen Sandino Barrameda, 2019)
- A civil society guide to the Philippine identification system (Jamael Jacob, 2019)
- Voice or Chatter? (State of the Art): Country Overview Philippines (Liza Garcia, Jessamine Pacis, 2017)
- Voice or Chatter? (Case Studies): Open Data and Citizen Engagement Philippines (Gabriel Baleos, Liza Garcia, Jessamine Pacis, 2017)
- Open Data in the Philippines: An Issue of Access and Awareness (Jessamine Pacis, 2017)
- Evolving an open e-governance index for network societies (Philip Arnold Tuano, Emmanuel Lallana, Liza Garcia, Alan Alegre, October 2017)
Freedom of Expression
- Unshackling Expression: Philippines Report (FMA, October 2020)