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Eugenie Nicole Huibonhoa

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Political writer, Senate of the Philippines


Eugenie Nicole Huibonhoa is a political writer in the Philippine Senate. In Eugenie’s role, she does speechwriting, policy communications, and research. The scope of her work covers health, education, labor, good governance, and human rights. She meets with youth constituents across the country to discuss the most pressing issues affecting them. She also helped organize and manage campaigns for the passage of landmark laws like the Mental Health Law, the Expanded Maternity Leave Law, and the Safe Spaces Act against sexual harassment in public spaces. Eugenie is passionate about achieving genuine social justice that is felt in the everyday lives of Filipinos. She is equally passionate about holding public officials accountable for the power that they hold.

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