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News Release, 18 July 2013 – Karapatan, through its chairperson Marie-Hilao Enriquez, raised alarm on the spate of arrests involving a former political prisoner and a farmer and the abduction and disappearance of another farmer and a tricycle driver in less than a week. “Will …
Karapatan Public Info Desk, Press Statement, August 21, 2012 – As the nation today commemorates the 29th death anniversary of Ninoy Aquino and reflects on the ideals of the man, Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay said, “with the current human rights situation in the country …
Denial of bids to junk damages suits against Arroyo for rights violations paves the way for confirming truth and accountability in court
Press Release: 18 June 2012 – The National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (NUPL), counsel of several human rights victims today noted a significant initial victory in the efforts to stop impunity – a trial judge has kept former President Gloria Arroyo and her top military …
As Karapatan oppose CA confirmation of Morong 43 captors, torture, criminal raps filed vs. GMA, PNP, AFP officials
MEDIA RELEASE | May 3, 2012 – Eight of the forty three health workers, collectively known as the Morong 43, today filed a criminal case against Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Gen. Victor Ibrado, Gen. Delfin Bangit, Lt. Gen. Jorge Segovia, Col. Aurelio Baladad, Col. Cristobal Zaragosa and …
Karapatan Public Info Desk, Media Release, April 18, 2012 – Karapatan expressed outrage over the successive arrests of Renante Gamara, a consultant of the National Democratic Front (NDF) and Alex Arias, a leader of peasant group PUMALAG, in Southern Tagalog. Both are now detained on …