“We are all Filipinos…You do not have to be a Mindanaoan to make a stand on what is right.”
Category: Human Rights
Bishop Carlo Morales of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente remains committed to the church mission of working for the attainment of peace.
Activists enjoin the public to make their dissenting voice heard outside the Palace gates in Mendiola tomorrow.
“We fear for the effects of war on the civilian population.”
“We condemn this act of harassment to God’s workers who earnestly work for peace and justice.”
Human rights violations are unrelenting in the countryside.
“We will demand justice.”
Groups commemorate the tragedy that sparked the Moro liberation movement 49 years ago.
A 70-year-old woman who was arrested in Marikina City is the latest political detainee.
Extrajudicial killings, threats of martial law, return of the death penalty – all are reminiscent of the fascist dictatorship.
Danah Marie Marcellana, 20, a peasant organizer and martyr’s daughter was abducted by soldiers along with three others on March 7.