EQUALITY & JUSTICE
The groups said they stand with Filipinos in light of the “deteriorating situation of civil liberties and human rights in the Philippines”
The Cordillera People’s Alliance seeks broad support to protect ancestral lands in the Cordillera region from “environmental plunder"
Maraming matatandang may sakit at matagal ng bilanggo ang napapabayaan sa loob ng mga bilangguan na nangangailangan ng kapatawaran
President Duterte granted “absolute pardon” to a US Marine who was convicted of homicide over the killing of a Filipino transgender woman
It has been said that history is written by victors. Now that Marcos had been ousted, it’s time we call a spade a spade.
Organizations around the world urge the UN human rights body to recognize the "human right of all" to a "sustainable environment”
The survey said that 45.5 percent of the country’s adult population have become jobless, half of whom lost their jobs during the pandemic
Najib Razak loses landmark battle, as judge slams his ‘preposterous and ridiculous’ defence and dispels the myth of the nation’s untouchable elite class
Mary of Magdala shines bright after centuries of being shoved under the robes of the patriarchy
Nagpahayag ng pangamba si Bishop Gerardo Alminaza sa muling pagbubukas ng ilang minahan na dating sinuspinde ng pamahalaan