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    ‘Asan si Palparan?’ A call for artworks

    The Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP) is calling on artists to submit artworks in pursuit of justice. ASAn si Palparan? (ASAP) is a collection...

    Invitation to “Run for your Life 2 (This is not a fun run)” June 22, 4:00PM, UP Acad Oval, UP Diliman

    Dear friends and colleagues, This June , as the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture will be commemorated on the 26th, UP Kilos...

    European Parliament supports calls from concerned NGOs and people’s organizations to end impunity in the Philippines now

        *The Philippine UPR Watch is an alliance of non-government organizations in the Philippines committed to the monitoring, documenting and reporting of the state of...

    Philippine human rights delegation addresses Canadian government

    On 3 April 2012 three human rights defenders from the Philippines addressed the Canadian Subcommittee on International Human Rights. The delegation issued an invitation to...

    Philippine Human Rights NGO’s bring to the attention of the UN the human rights situation of the country

    Geneva, Switerland March 11, 2011 - The Ecumenical Voice for Peace and Human Rights Philippines (EcuVoice), an ecumenical delegation of Philippine human rights organizations...

    Philippine Human-Rights Group Honors Former UN Envoy Philip Alston

    by Ronalyn V. Olea On January 25, 2011 MANILA — Human-rights group Karapatan conferred a plaque of appreciation to former United Nations special rapporteur on...

    EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT TRAINS SIGHTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, ELECTION VIOLENCE in the PHILIPPINES

    The European Parliament on 26 April trained its sights on the human rights situation in the Philippines when the Subcommittee on Human Rights invited...

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    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...

    PCPR-HK Statement on Red-tagging

    TERRORIST TAGGING ONLY STRENGTHENS NCCP’s FAITH IMPERATIVES TO SERVE THE POOR, THE DEPRIVED AND OPPRESSED  The Promotion of Church Peoples’ Response-Hong Kong Chapter (PCPR-HK) vehemently...

    Urgently withdraw “red-tagging” of National Council of Churches of the Philippines, restore the peace talks

    November 7, 2019 Ret Maj Gen Delfin Lorenzana, Secretary, Dept of National Defence DND Building, Segundo Ave. Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Quezon City, Philippines 1110; Email: publicaffairs.dnd@gmail.com Urgently withdraw “red-tagging” of National...