Cases of abuses against civilians allegedly perpetrated by state security forces continue to pile up in parts of Northern Mindanao as martial rule is still in effect in Mindanao, a report of a fact-finding body revealed Monday.
Members of Kilusang Manggagawa ng Coca-Cola (KIMACO KMU) staged another protest action on Monday, April 9, to call for the reinstatement of 65 workers who were dismissed last month and the regularization of all contractual workers under Coca-Cola FEMSA Davao.
An international fact-finding and solidarity mission bound to check on reported human rights violations was blocked twice by military checkpoints on Saturday entering Maco, Compostela Valley.
Two years have passed but justice remained elusive for survivors of the bloody dispersal of protesting farmers who were affected by drought in North Cotabato, known as the Kidapawan Massacre.
Displaced Marawi residents have long desired to go back to what remains of their homes, most of which were destroyed in the war-torn city. They don’t want to just briefly visit the communities they left behind when the fighting broke out between extremists and the military last May 23.
The family of a slain Lumad motorcycle driver in Kapalong town, Davao del Norte, reiterated their call for the government to disarm and disband paramilitary groups operating in their communities.
The wife of Nasrudin Kadatuan belied a military report linking her husband to the Bangsamoro Islāmic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) who was killed last March 21, 2018.
A peasant leader was shot dead in Compostela Valley Tuesday evening, human rights group Karapatan reported.
For the first time since the crisis in Marawi started in May last year, displaced Meranaw staged a protest inside the war-torn city of Marawi on Sunday, March 18, to condemn the construction of military camp and continuing harassment of civilians allegedly by the army.
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Philippines – Members of a tribal community in Bukidnon went to the regional office of the…