Lumad leaders condemned the continued closure and threat of closure of Lumad schools in Mindanao.
A year after the City of Marawi was ruined by war, displaced residents continued to lament over their plight.
A labor group organizer was detained by soldiers while a banana plantation worker was killed by suspected military agents in Davao region,days before the first year anniversary of martial law in Mindanao.
One year after the Proclamation 216 was signed declaring the suspension of habeas corpus and the implementation of Martial Law in Mindanao, human rights group rounded up numerous cases of abuses.
The Australian Deputy Head to the Philippines preferred not to comment on the deportation order against activist missionary, Sister Patricia Fox.
Mother of slain 15-year-old Jhun Mark Acto feared for her life after several unidentified men went to their house at Barangay Old Bulatukan in Makilala town, Cotabato.
In time for the 36th commemoration of the Press Freedom Week, the biggest media group in Northern Mindanao has reminded journalists to be truthful and fair in their reports to counter the proliferation of fake news in the country.
An international indigenous people (IP) group on Thursday commended the move of local government units (LGU) in Northern Luzon for coming out with resolutions opposing the terrorist tagging by the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte of human rights advocates.
A human rights group on Tuesday is calling for justice and accountability for the children who fell victims to the continuing drug war by the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Duterte’s claim that he never jailed a single critic of his administration was refuted by human rights group Karapatan who said 173 activists were detained under his administration.