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Co-existence of Good and Evil

One credible way current leadership can fully differentiate itself from the drug war of the past, is to allow the investigators to probe

Caritas Philippines describes Marcos Jr.’s first year in office as ‘missed...

Caritas Philippines also warned against the “government's treatment of human rights defenders and activists”

Church groups join protests as Marcos Jr. delivers State of the...

Church leaders, however, said that the “real state of the nation” is very evident in communities where hunger and poverty are prevalent

Freedom of expression is the people’s right to fight back

Every year, we note there is at least a major case of state censorship or police repression in the arts in the Philippines

Over 20M ‘economically insecure’ women under Marcos Jr.’s first year, group...

Women are subjected to state violence with the government’s anti-terror laws, which CWR claimed targets human rights defenders

IN PHOTOS: Protest greets Marcos Jr.’s 2nd State of the Nation...

Militant groups decried the "worsening" situation of human rights in the country and the continuing culture of impunity

Martial law survivors see emerging scheme to recover Marcoses ill-gotten wealth

The Marcoses were described as the world’s biggest kleptocrats, or rulers who use political power to steal a country’s resources

Philippine groups give Marcos a “failing mark” on his first year...

Karapatan said 60 political activists have been killed since July 2022 while eight individuals were victims of enforced disappearances

Youth group hits signing of investment fund into law

Critics lamented that instead of using taxpayers’ money to fund social services and projects, it will be used as a stockpile fund for the MIF

Magalong: Has corruption become the norm?

“Is corruption now the norm in government?” Magalong asks. “Shouldn’t Filipinos demand accountability from their officials?”

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