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International rights group hits China for renaming Uyghur villages to suppress...

The implications of these changes are profound, according to HRW, impacting Uyghurs' daily lives and cultural continuity

HRW: Continued abuses undermine Marcos Jr’s human rights rhetoric

“The government’s refusal to allow the ICC to investigate is a glaring contradiction to its professed human rights commitments,” Conde said

Human Rights Watch hits government inaction over new spate of drug-related...

In an event on March 22, Mayor Duterte told drug users that if they “won’t stop” and “won’t leave” the city, “I will kill you”.

Human Rights Watch urges Philippines to end ‘red-tagging’ menace putting activists...

“Red-tagging is a form of harassment that can lead to deadly abuses and runs counter to Marcos’s pledge to promote human rights”

Threats to defund Philippines human rights body over abortion stance spark...

The CHR chairperson reversed the commission's position on abortion rights on November 15, declaring that the CHR is now "against abortion"

Human Rights Watch decries killing of Filipino labor organizer

“Those killed had often been “red-tagged”—alleged to be members of the communist New People’s Army—before they were assaulted”

Human Rights Watch raises alarm over enforced disappearances

Conde lambasted the infectivity of the law against enforced disappearances – the first in Asia – that Congress enacted in 2012.

Human Rights Watch welcomes ICC decision to resume probe into drug...

Human Rights Watch on Monday released a “question-and-answer document” on the decision

‘Red-tagging,’ attacks on journalists flagged in human rights report on Philippines

HRW’s World Report 2023 said government and military officials continue to accuse civil society groups of being supporters of insurgents

Philippine drug-related killings continue despite ‘shift’ of focus in drug war...

In its World Report 2023, HRW said the administration of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has not ended the government’s “war on drugs”

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