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2010 HR REPORT Dec 2010 MANILA, Philippines – “Nothing has changed” in the Philippine human rights situation under President Benigno Aquino and, in fact, violations of civil and political rights are “getting worse,” the human rights alliance Karapatan said Wednesday. Releasing its 2010 Human Rights …
An international media group on Monday demanded prompt action from the Philippine government for two alleged abuses against media workers last week. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) sought the immediate arrest of men who allegedly shot and wounded Randy Makiputin in Valencia City in …
In one of the harsher foreign assessments of the Philippines in recent times, a Hong Kong-based human rights group has called the Philippines a “broken and lawless nation.” The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) drew this conclusion after two more recent murders in Mindanao, where …
Families of the victims of the massacre still live with threats By Hazel Galang, Philippines campaigner, Amnesty International Today many people in the Philippines are pausing to remember the Maguindanao massacre that thrust the nation into the international spotlight on 23 November last year: At …
PHILIPPINES: Maguindanao massacre case demonstrates the delusion of the existence of a justice system
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AHRC-STM-234-2010 A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission It does not take much time for any rational person to agree that the families and the victims of the Maguindanao massacre must obtain justice. Anything less is unacceptable. The sheer evil that …