Women’s group Lila Pilipina denounced the Philippine-Japan military pact as the Japanese failed to acknowledge their war crimes against Filipinos and comfort women. “They are again talking about war measures with the Philippine government for mutual access of the Japanese...
The labor groups appealed to all Filipinos to continue Bonifacio's quest for genuine freedom and national development
Approximately 250 million Christians worldwide live in environments where they face violent persecution, discrimination, or restrictions
The death toll in Israeli strikes on Gaza has exceeded 11,300 since October 7, but updates have been halted due to collapse of health system
Over a dozen speakers only had two hours to express their grievances and report on human rights and environmental concerns with the UN Envoy
Indigenous peoples not only suffer from the impacts of climate change but are also victims of just transition initiatives
Seven groups from the five provinces and two cities of the Cordillera region joined the festivities in Baguio City on Saturday, November 11.
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women in the Philippines, with the highest incidence rate of 17.6 percent
Super typhoon Haiyan was considered as the “deadliest case of extreme weather” which claimed more than 6,000 lives
For the residents of San Antonio village, a bustling business district in Pasig City in the Philippine capital region, the 500-square-meter urban garden in...
“It is really frustrating. We have long been waiting for the process to be completed. How many more years do we have to wait?”
Pope John Paul II is perhaps most remembered for his charismatic nature, his love for young people and his world travels
A million children around the world joined the international prayer campaign “One million children praying the Rosary”