Monday, July 6, 2020

COVID-19 CRISIS EXPOSES HUMAN RIGHTS CATASTROPHE IN THE PHILIPPINES

The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines calls on the global community to provide the Filipino people with urgent health support as part of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to press the Duterte government to end its repression of civil society to enable the Filipino people to maximise their capacity to deal with the crisis.
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    Human rights in the Philippines roundup

    March-April 2019 The biggest human-rights news in March-April 2019 is the killing of 14 farmers in three towns of Negros Oriental province in the wee...

    Starting 2019 with a bang

    The government of Rodrigo Duterte welcomed 2019 with a bang, continuing its violations of Filipinos' human rights into its mid-term. The killing...

    Statement of Gill H. Boehringer

    Statement of Gill H. Boehringer Although I have had no formal notification from the Bureau of Immigration as to the basis for my exclusion from...

    Australians and Filipino migrants protest Prof. Gill Boehringer deportation

    Representatives of Action for Peace and Development in the Philippines (APDP), Philippine Australian Union Links (PAUL), Migrante Australia, International Coalition for Human Rights in the...

    World Church leader calls for minute of silence for human rights victims in Philippines

    5 May 2017 Press Release   References: Atty. Ephraim Cortez, Secretary General, National Union of Peoples Lawyers, +639175465798 Jigs Clamor, Deputy Secretary General, Karapatan and co-heads, Philippine UPR Watch...

    UPR Watch Philippines delegation arrive in Geneva

    Press Release | May 5, 2017   Contact Info (in Geneva) : Atty. Ephraim Cortez, ‪+639175465798‬ Jigs Clamor, (Viber) ‪+639997721233‬ Email :  phuprwatch@gmail.com   Geneva, Switzerland - Members of the Philippine...

    Philippine UPR Watch: Climate of impunity getting worse in the Philippines

    Reposted from: http://nccphilippines.org/blog/2017/04/28/philippine-upr-watch-climate-of-impunity-getting-worse-in-ph/// <!.appendChild(c)}var f,g,h,i,j=b.createElement("canvas"),k=j.getContext&&j.getContext("2d");for(i=Array("flag","emoji4"),c.supports={everything:!0,everythingExceptFlag:!0},h=0;h// // // // .wpb_animate_when_almost_visible { opacity: 1; } On May 8,...

    The International Conference for Human Rights and Peace in the Philippines

    http://vimeo.com/86634417 From 19-21 July 2013, 280 delegates from 26 countries gathered for the International Conference for Human Right and Peace in the Philippines (ICHRPP). They...

    Reflections on Churches’ witnessing with human rights victims

    By Rev. KYOUNG GYUN HAN Asian Ministries Coordinator Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ) At the time I was based in the Union Theological Seminary...

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    Bicol, Negros, Samar: intensifying repression

    Human rights in the Philippines roundup May-June 2019   The biggest human-rights news in May-June 2019 in the Philippines are the killings and illegal arrests of activists in...

    A/HRC/41/L.20: Resolution on the promotion and protection of human rights in the Philippines

    Reposted from the UN Human Rights Council site (URL source below) Human Rights Council Forty-first session 24 June–12 July 2019 Agenda item 2 Annual report of the United Nations...

    Philippine government should abide by the UNHRC resolution

    The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, campaigning for human rights and Filipino people’s rights, lauds the United Nations Human Rights Council...