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Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2017’
45 years after Ferdinand Marcos implemented Martial Law in the Philippines and enforced a policy of cruelty against the Filipino nation, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared Martial Law over Mindanao and threatened to enact Martial law over the whole country. In the strongest terms, U.S. …
Press Release (21 September 2017) The 13-person delegation of the Philippine Universal Periodic Review Watch will hold a protest rally at the United Nations today as a show of support to the protest rally in Metro Manila against rising tyranny in the Philippines and to seek the …
News Release (September 20, 2017) The Swedish Mission to the United Nations expressed concern over the increasing human rights violations perpetrated by the Duterte administration against the Filipino people. Ms. Anna Envall, head of the Swedish Mission to the United Nations held a dialogue with members …
Philippine UPR Watch calls for international support to Filipino people’s campaign against tyrannical rule of Duterte administration
Press Release 19 September 2017 References (Heads of Delegation): Atty. Ephraim Cortez, Secretary General, National Union of Peoples Lawyers, (+63)9175465798 Roneo Clamor, Deputy Secretary General, Karapatan, (+63)9997721233 The Philippine Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Watch calls on the member states of the United Nations Human …
Australians are rightly concerned that their government is committing Special Forces to the Philippines, allegedly as advisors or trainers, in a reaction to the fighting in Marawi City. Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) is an anti-war organisation of over 60 organisations, which has grown …