SILENCED & VOICELESS

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Gawking at Gold: The persecution of lumad

'The raid in Cebu puts yet another dent on the police forces’ attempts to polish a dwindling public perception'

Coming to terms with the truth: Depression has no face

Dealing with and investing in mental health issues could prove beneficial in the short- and long-term

Filipino farmers hope against hope amid desperate times

Being a farmer in the Philippines is becoming more difficult as the country faces the threats of the pandemic, climate change, and hunger

Filipino farmers decry continuing landlessness, mark 1987 massacre of protesting peasants

The government has distributed 120,889 hectares of land to 77,275 agrarian reform beneficiaries nationwide from July 2016 to June 2019

On bended knees, devotee prays before image of Black Nazarene for...

As Filipinos venerate the image of the Black Nazarene on January 9, Jas Salem prays on bended knees "for justice" for her sister

Let’s talk rape

Victim-blaming has no place in today’s world, nor should women adjust their lives to the world of rapists

Spotlight: Dolphins offer hope in face of devastation

Resilience, hope and optimism in Philippine village completely destroyed by two typhoons in as many months

Bethlehem’s other children, and the home that cares for them

Behind a discreet plaque saying 'Crèche' is a children's home - the only one that many abandoned children brought up there have ever known

Philippine media groups condemn arrest of journalist on Human Rights Day

Altermidya, a network of independent publications, said the arrest is proof of the dangers of the "vile practice of red-tagging”

On World Aids Day, Catholic Church official calls on Filipinos to...

From January to September this year, there were 1,875 new confirmed HIV-positive individuals in the Philippines

The rape of innocence

Justice is a powerful healing for victims of sexual abuse and just enlightened judges are an essential part of the healing process

No help, no roof, no food

“Have you ever experienced typhoons in the provinces?” asks Gabriel Villanueva, the village chief. “Well, they can make you cry.”

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