“Despite these sordid figures, there has been zero justice for the victims of extrajudicial killings. The culture of impunity continues to rear its ugly head.”
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On Human Rights Day, groups say no to Marcos-Duterte ‘terror team’
Today’s protest action comes just a day after the Supreme Court announced its decision to uphold the Anti-Terror Act of 2020, striking down portions of only two of its provisions.
UDHR is 73
By DEE AYROSO
On International Human Rights Day, one journalist, 6 activists arrested in separate raids
Teddy Casiño of Bayan said the Duterte administration is the “number one human rights violator.”
‘Human rights crisis’ in PH assailed
“There is a human rights crisis in the country. Regardless of the denials and legal acrobatics by the Duterte government, it has made its mark as a murderous regime that disregards people’s rights,”
‘Stop the attacks!’
On the 70th year of International Human Rights Day, different groups gathered at Liwasang Bonifacio in Manila then marched their way to Chino Roces bridge (former Mendiola). They vow to continue defending the people’s rights amid President Duterte’s tyrannical rule.
Human rights Day protests highlight people’s resistance to rising tyranny
President Duterte’s “fascist regime” faces stronger opposition from the people’s movement.
Youth’s message to Duterte: human rights abuses breed resistance
By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat MANILA –Amid the worsening human rights situation under President Duterte, the youth also coe under attack, ranging from death threats against youth activists, to the food blockade of soldiers in Lumad communities. But today’s youth have not wavered as they continue on the path taken by the people their…
‘Duterte the Terrorist’ mural set in flames
Progressives marked the International Day of Human Rights at the Bonifacio Shrine in Manila. A mural created by artist group UgatLahi was one of the highlights in the program.
War in Paradise
This war of suppression, directed at people who resist what government armed forces call ‘vital installations’ and ‘flagship projects,’ has always been the biggest investment guarantee that the Philippine government grants to extractive and pollutive large-scale industries.
Progressives tell Duterte: ‘Enough with human rights violations’
“This is not the change we want.”