EQUALITY & JUSTICE
The colorful festivities in Manila’s Chinatown, the oldest in the world, was gone. The dragon and lion dancers were nowhere to be seen.
In a pastoral letter, the bishops called on the government to immediately launch an independent investigation into the killings in Panay
The president’s generals are all extremely well-educated and there is little doubt of their intelligence, but they share a fatal flaw
We have more than enough resolutions to last another bloody year, so don’t make any this New Year.
Nothing has dented the spirit of the country’s human rights defenders
Activists demanded accountability for those who experienced hunger, victims of the 'war on drugs,' and those most affected by the pandemic
The demonstrators denounced what they described as the "systematic human rights abuses" in the Philippines under the Duterte administration
Peace talks with communist rebels have stalled after President Rodrigo Duterte declared the insurgents a terrorist organization in 2018