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    Appeal to accept report and recommendations of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

    LETTER June 13, 2020 H. E. Mr Rodrigo Duterte President...

    Strongest protest at red-tagging of foreign human rights defenders

    May 22, 2020, H. E. Mr Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Republic of the Philippines

    OPEN LETTER: Urging again the Supreme Court of the Philippines to send political prisoners home

    May 5, 2020, H. E. Mr Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Republic of the Philippines

    Duterte’s all-out war against the people amid the COVID 19 pandemic

    INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PHILIPPINES - AUSTRALIA 29 April 2020 We have protested...

    May 1, 2020: A Global Day of Action Against Duterte’s Martial Law

    On April 24 President Rodrigo Roa Duterte extended the Enhanced Community Quarantine in some cities, regions, and provinces until May 15, 2020,...

    Letter to Philippine government

    Urging the Supreme Court of the Philippines to send political prisoners home April 17, 2020 H....

    Global human rights group urges PH highest court to send political prisoners home

    Today April 17, the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) is urging the Supreme Court of the Philippines to...

    Global organisation of human rights advocates calls out PH’s anti-terrorism law

    The International Coalition of Human Rights for the Philippines (ICHRP) condemns the recent approval of an anti-terrorism bill in the Philippine Senate. “We are appalled by how laws that further curtail the freedoms of the Filipinos are being railroaded under the Duterte government,” says ICHRP chairperson Peter Murphy.

    Support the Filipino People’s Struggle, Not U.S. War

      On December 10th, Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesperson announced the President would lift martial law in Mindanao two years after its initial implementation. This is a...

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    International human rights group laud conviction of Ampatuans

    The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines welcomes the recent verdict to convict 28 persons including three Ampatuan siblings principally charged for the death of 57 individuals, 32 of whom were journalists. The 28 will be facing 40 years of imprisonment while fifteen others were convicted with lesser jail time.

    Support the Filipino People’s Struggle, Not U.S. War

      On December 10th, Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesperson announced the President would lift martial law in Mindanao two years after its initial implementation. This is a...

    HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS PERPETUATED BY PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT

    Statement of the High-Level Delegation of church, union, political, and foundation leaders on extreme human rights violations occurring in the Philippines 1. High Level Delegation  From...