Vice President Sara Duterte is on a warpath against the public school teachers’ union, the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and its affiliated party-list organization.
On the 125th anniversary of the Philippine independence, progressive groups here raise sovereignty issues as the Marcos administration shifts back the government’s alliance from China to the United States.
A volunteer teacher for Lumad schools received the 2023 Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk in Dublin, Ireland for her work despite harassments and red-tagging.
The Pangadas brothers are thankful for the support they received and vow to continue their advocacy despite the hardship they endured in detention.
Deputy Speaker and Davao City 1st District Representative Paolo “Pulong” Duterte has offered a P1-million reward to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of the suspects involved in the rape and killing of a female architect in the city.
Twenty-eight-year-old architect-engineer Vlanche Marie Bragas was found dead on Wednesday, May 17, in a banana plantation in Calinan.
A labor union and community organizer in Davao died of a stroke in which his family blames army personnel who had interrogated and coerced him two days prior that triggered his stroke.
While authorities hailed the arrest of Casilao and labeled him as a “communist terrorist,” his lawyers and family decry this tagging.
Lawyers criticized the Surigao del Sur police for its surveillance of a public attorney giving legal aid to suspected rebels in court.
The student council of the University of the Philippines Mindanao (UPMin USC) raised alarm over a student harassed by military personnel.