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    ICHRP alerts the international community as PH fast-tracks “terror bill”

    Global human rights group condemns murder of Filipino urban poor activist NEWS RELEASE June 1, 2020

    Human Rights Coalition calls for immediate re-opening of ABS-CBN

    ICHRP urged PH gov’t to uphold UN covenant on press freedomThe International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) today called...

    Global human rights group decries massacre of five Filipino farmers amid pandemic

    Philippines still plagued by killings and arrests of food producers “It alarms us that even Filipino farmers, who are food security front liners...

    PH government urged to set political prisoners free amid the outbreak of coronavirus in jails

    News ReleaseThe International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines reiterates its call to release political prisoners as COVID-19 infects hundreds in...

    LABOR DAY: Protests against Duterte’s “De Facto” Martial Law held around the world

    News and Video Release ICHRP condemns Labor Day arrests and murder of Filipino activist leading relief response to...

    Duterte Regime is using COVID-19 as a prelude to de facto Martial Law

    Asia Pacific Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines PRESS STATEMENT Rather than expediting the...

    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...

    PRESS STATEMENT: On the arrest of relief volunteers in Norzagay, Bulacan

    The Asia-Pacific Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (APCHRP) strongly condemns the wrongful arrest of seven individuals delivering relief goods to...

    Human rights coalition condemns arrest of PH relief volunteers

    ICHRP appeals for an end to the harassments of Filipino civilians The International Coalition for Human Rights in the...

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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...