The Philippine Election 2022 International Observers Mission has concluded. The results have been published in two reports:
- The Interim Report was released on May 19, 2022. Click here to read the Interim Report.
- The Final Report was released on June 28, 2022. Click here to read the Final Report.
The IOM Bulletin was published bi-monthly throughout the International Observer Mission. Click the links below to read the issues of the IOM Bulletin:
- IOM Bulletin No. 1 – Presenting: The Philippine Presidentiables (March 1st, 2022) [German, Italian]
- IOM Bulletin No. 2 – Election-Related Human Rights Violations (March 15th, 2022) [Italian, Spanish]
- IOM Bulletin No. 3 – Colors of the Campaign Trail: Red Tagging, Pink Tide, and the Missing Green Agenda (April 1st, 2022) [German, Italian, Spanish]
- IOM Bulletin No. 4 – Fighting Red-Tagging in Philippine Elections (April 20th, 2022)
- IOM Bulletin No. 5 – Marcos Jr.’s Polls vs. Robredo’s Crowds (May 1st, 2022)
- IOM Bulletin No. 6 – Final Sprint (May 9th, 2022)
- IOM Special Bulletin – Philippine Senatoriables (May 9th, 2022)
This year, the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) will be carrying out the Philippine Election 2022 International Observer Mission (IOM).
The IOM is led and supported by a distinguished group of international leaders:
- Sharan Burrow (General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation)
- Séverine de Laveleye (Member of Belgian Chamber of Representatives, Ecolo)
- Barry Naylor (Chaplain, Trinity Hospital Leicester)
- Lee Rhiannon (Former Member of Australian Senate, Australian Greens)
- Michael Yoshi (Member of Global Council, International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines)
- Chris Ferguson (Former General Secretary, World Communion of Reformed Churches)
- Xavier Cotillas Romero (President, Catalan Association for Peace)
There are early signals to suggest that the 2022 election in the Philippines will include intensifying political conflict, corruption, and rampant human rights violations, including the threat of extension of Duterte’s rule through legislative or military means.
We have initiated the IOM in response to a call for solidarity and support from the Filipino people in their struggle to assert their basic civil and political rights, including the right to vote without fear or intimidation. These elections occur in the context of ongoing and escalating repression of the Filipino people’s collective rights to peace, development, and self-determination. For more information about the current human rights situation, visit: Investigate PH
The IOM launched at the start of the campaign period on February 7, 2022 and will continue until June 2022. We are currently recruiting election observers to travel to the Philippines.
For more information about participating in the IOM, please read the Call for Participants.
If you are interested in registering as an election observer, please fill out the Interest Form.
If you have any questions, please send an email to [email protected]