Several key cities in Mindanao is slated to join the protest action on Thursday, September 21 to condemn extrajudicial killings in the country under the Duterte administration.
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A group of national minorities filed cases against the Armed Forces of the Philippines and President Rodrigo Duterte for allegedly violating provisions under the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL).
Workers mounted protests on Monday against the proposed compressed work week schemes which they described as dangerous to their health.
A one-thousand peso budget for the Commission on Human Rights will never be passed and if it is passed, the matter will be brought to the Supreme Court, a law firm said Wednesday, September 13.
An aging, and sick political prisoner died at the Kalinga Provincial Hospital on Wednesday night as a human rights group blamed the Duterte administration for continuously denying the release of all political prisoners across the country.
President Rodrigo Duterte expressed doubt Wednesday about the neutrality of the Commission on Human Rights in handling human rights cases and tagged its head, Chito Gascon, ”pro-Aquino”.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines—Congress approved on Tuesday, September 12, the proposed P3.767 trillion national budget for fiscal year 2018. The national…
DAVAO CITY, Philippines—Lawmakers criticized President Duterte for his seemingly inconsistent stand against the United States’ colonial atrocities, saying the deployment…
DAVAO CITY, Philippines—A group accused the Australian government of “profiteering” from the rising conflict in Mindanao following its provision of…
The talks between the Philippine government and the Communists is still on a deadlock as President Rodrigo Duterte insisted that negotiations with the revolutionary movement will only resume if the New People’s Army (NPA) will declare a ceasefire.