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CHR echoes UN expert’s call to stop red-tagging

The PTFoMS however earlier rejected Khan’s recommendations, alleging the UN expert had pre-judged the government

Journalists, human rights defenders welcome UN expert recommendations

“The Philippine government will become a laughing stock in the international community if it does not heed SR Khan’s findings.”

UN Special Rapporteur Khan urges speedy trial or ‘dismiss charges’ against...

Khan said that leaving Cumpio and other young detainees to languish in prison “sends a terrible message for the youth of this country”

ABS-CBN workers and Irene Khan

The union said ABS-CBN’s closure considerably impacted the people’s access to timely information and reliable news.

Philippine media groups hail Khan’s visit to detained journalist

Cumpio was editor of the Eastern Vista news website when she was arrested in 2020 and charged with illegal possession of firearms

Karapatan sounds alarm on deepening rights crisis as anti-terror laws target...

Karapatan revealed that there are at least 27 political prisoners facing charges under the Anti-Terrorism Act

IP Group Accuses NCIP of Manipulating FPIC

The organization maintains that this violation is taking place through the manipulation of the Free, Prior, and Informed Consent process.

Protestant Church raises human rights concerns in dialogue with UN envoy 

The Protestant Council also denounced the “series of fabricated charges,” under the Anti-Terrorism Law, against church workers

Philippine groups urge UN envoy to probe attacks on journalists, environmental...

The reports highlight community journalist Frenchie Mae Cumpio's continued detention, red-tagging, and blocking of alternative media outfits

Philippines falls short of adhering to human rights mechanisms, says IP...

Katribu also warned against “a disturbing trend” of consecutive abductions and enforced disappearances that has emerged

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