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UN Special Rapporteur Khan urges speedy trial or ‘dismiss charges’ against...

Khan said that leaving Cumpio and other young detainees to languish in prison “sends a terrible message for the youth of this country”

Kalikasan condemns DOJ’s decision to charge abducted activists for defamation

“It is outrageous for the DOJ to come out with a decision that essentially legitimizes the continued attacks against environmental defenders"

Justice remains elusive for slain radio broadcaster after 13 years

NUJP expressed dismay over the decision of the Supreme Court to allow Reyes’ petition to transfer the ongoing trial of the case

SPOTLIGHT: Removing the millstone | Breaking the cycle of violence at...

Can positive parenting emerge as a lasting transformative approach to reduce violence against women and children?

Indigenous territories battling unprecedented rise in land conflicts, report says

The report highlighted the consequences of insufficient progress in the recognition and protection of ancestral domains

Rights groups decry ‘escalating’ HRVs under Marcos Jr. 

Karapatan announced a series of protest actions across the country to mark the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

PH wealthiest 1 % emits as much carbon as half of...

According to the report, excessive carbon emissions of the richest Filipinos are accountable for the 18, 584 deaths due to heat in 2019

Philippine groups accuse government of ‘criminal negligence’ on 10th year of...

According to the groups, the protest was held as a call for accountability and action on climate issues that continue to plague the nation

Groups renew calls to surface Desaparecidos on All Souls’ Day

The groups said authorities must open military camps and secret detention centers for families searching for the disappeared

Filipino Muslims protest Israeli attacks in Gaza

Since Israel declared all-out war on Palestine, at least 3,785 have been killed, including 1,524 children and 1,444 women.

‘Kung hindi ka makakauwi, sino ka?’ There’s no way home for...

Residents may not be able to return to what became ground zero of gun battles between the military and pro-Islamic State militants in 2017

Not enough body bags in Gaza, says UNRWA

Aid groups in Gaza are sounding the alarm that an Israeli ground offensive could precipitate a worsening humanitarian crisis

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