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Philippines remains among ‘deadliest country’ for environmental defenders

19 environmental activists were killed in the Philippines last year, making it the fourth deadliest country in the world

Photos: ‘Paghilom’

A prayer service was held on Sept. 28, 2022, in Manila for the turnover of the urns of ashes of victims of extrajudicial killings

Alternative media group fights disinformation by bringing movies to grassroots

It is the duty of truth-tellers to fight all forms of lies and protect the public from misinformation and disinformation

To ban or not to ban books

How we perceive the millennial generation would help us accept that book banning is complex, multilayered and multidimensional

Families, schools infiltrated by child sex abusers

The pandemic lockdowns highlighted that extreme fragility when families were confined inside their homes.

The enigma of the power of the minority

The enigma of the power of the small, weak, and minority as instruments of God’s work, can be fathomed only if we look at how Jesus lived

Church group urges dropping of charges against missionaries

The Religious Discernment Group said that accusing the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines of financing terrorists is “simply ridiculous”

Podcast series launched to fight online sexual exploitation of children in...

“The Fight of My Life: Finding Ruby” features the travails of 16-year-old Ruby from her village to enslavement in a sex trafficking den

UN Sec-Gen calls on China to follow UN Xinjiang report recommendations

The 46-page report found that human rights violations documented in the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights’ assessment

Philippine government urged to look into cases of migrant workers on...

As of 2021, there were at least 62 Filipino migrant workers who were on death row in foreign lands, according to data provided by Migrante

Women’s group holds demonstration to call for release of detained women...

The group said that it is “deeply heart-rending and chilling to discover the illegal arrests of women” in recent weeks

Justice remains elusive seven years after killings of tribal leaders in...

“The blood of our leaders was not enough, the government intensified its military occupation of our communities and shut down our schools”

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