SILENCED & VOICELESS
The results of the recent Philippine national elections has reawakened a deep sense of grief
Only a handful of priests from the Russian Orthodox Church have spoken out openly against the Kremlin's military campaign
"I believe that each Filipino parent has that God-given opportunity to act concretely to secure a better future for their children"
Bishop Julio Labayen recognized the Lord among the poor — farmers, laborers, fisherfolk
Government data on migrant worker deaths are fragmented, incomplete and inconsistent, says a report released by non-government groups
“The COVID-19 pandemic hit the fishing and seafood processing industries in Southeast Asia hard and migrant workers the hardest”
The group denounced the "blatant fabrication of evidence" as an "affront to truth and common decency"
Playing the role of Jesus was a jeepney driver being whipped by gas pumps that reflect the high prices of petroleum products
In a small stall in the middle of a party place in a suburb of the Philippine capital, a group of women keep their pain in silence
Women from the Philippines and Indonesia who work as domestic helpers have suffered more under Hong Kong's pandemic restrictions