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A member of the Dutch Parliament representing the Socialist Party of the Netherlands has called for solidarity with Filipinos in their struggle to end human rights violations and impunity. Harry van Bommel of the Socialist Party of the Netherlands, the third biggest political party in …
Stop Enforced Disappearances! Surface the victims now! 17th of September 2012 (To president Benigno Aquino III,to the former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo of Philippines, mass media, trade unions and to the international democratic public, to the human rights organizations- please forward this message wherever and …
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 …
Johannesburg, 30 July 2012: Global civil society network CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and the Philippine-based national human rights organisation, Karapatan Alliance for the Advancement of People’s Rights, urge the Philippines government to end persecution and extrajudicial killings of human rights defenders, and to …
PH government hounded by persistent concerns on extrajudicial killings, disappearances and torture at UN rights review
May 29, 2012 – GENEVA– As the Chief Justice of the Philippines was being handed down a verdict in the impeachment trial, the Philippine government was also undergoing a similar process of accountability, this time before the United Nations. Around 69 countries quizzed the Philippine …