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Human Rights Watch decries ‘red-tagging’ of Philippine indigenous leaders, activists

In October 2022, the Philippine justice secretary defended red-tagging before the UN Human Rights Council, calling it “part of democracy”

Priest says rights defenders, including church workers, continue to face threats...

“Let us not be afraid even if we are branded, or red-tagged," said Father Buenafe, adding that the call of the Gospel is very clear

‘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 Protestant Church women sound alarm over ‘red-tagging,’ ‘persecution’

"Red-tagging and vilification campaigns are wielded against women who exercise their right to dissent and speak out against injustice”

Philippines’ religious superiors reaffirm support to ‘red-tagged’ missionary group

The religious superiors lauded RMP for serving as “a beacon of light” to the poor rural communities

Red-tagging ‘anathema’ in a democratic society, says faith-based, rights network

Remulla’s statements were made amid concerns over the perils of red-tagging on the lives of people

‘Red-tagging’ as an attack on judiciary’s independence

The Supreme Court has "sternly" warned those who continue to incite violence through social media and other means

United Methodist Church decries anti-terror charges against pastor

The Church’s said it is “immoral” to accuse anyone as a terrorist if one “faithfully does the mission of justice and peace”

Protestant bishops to pursue legal action against ‘red-taggers’

The Protestant bishops said “red-tagging” and false accusations “lead to a serious threat to life,” which “cannot be condoned”

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”

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