The House of Representatives Makabayan opposition bloc has filed a resolution which seeks to condemn and probe the detention and torture of Filipino Moro activist Jerome Succor Aba by the United States Homeland Security and Customs Border and Protection last week.
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As lawyers, we are duty bound, under oath, to be dispensers of justice and as Filipinos, we are morally and historically bound to struggle and protect our freedom and dignity as a people and as a nation.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has revoked the missionary visa of Australian nun Patricia Fox and ordered her expulsion from the country within 30 days due to her alleged “involvement in partisan politics.”
I am Jerome Succor Aba. I am a Muslim human rights worker from Mindanao, NOT a terrorist.
A National Fact Finding Mission (NFFM) headed by the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) condemned on Friday the rise of human rights violations and union busting in Compostela town.
National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Chief Political Consultant Jose Maria Sison is not inclined to prematurely return to the Philippines without “significant advances” in the peace negotiations between the NDFP and the Philippine government.
Five prominent writers, researchers and culinary experts will grace the eight round next month of Power of Pen, a food writing event, organized by STRAM Inc, a Manila-based events organizer.
The International Youth Fellowship in partnership with the City Government of Tagum conducted the Asian Conference on Dangerous Drug Abuse Prevention and Recovery Program on April 17-18, 2018 held at the Big 8 Corporate Hotel, Tagum City, Davao del Norte.
Rice producer-consumers group Bantay Bigas and Anakpawis staged a protest action on Wednesday in front of the National Food Authority (NFA) office in Quezon City, as it assailed the government for letting the depletion of the country’s affordable rice stocks happen and for its continued reliance to importation.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Tuesday released from its custody Australian missionary nun and known human rights advocate Sister Patricia Fox, a day after she was “illegally arrested and detained” by authorities.