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by Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chief Political Consultant National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) During his electoral campaign and soon after assuming the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) presidency, Rodrigo R. Duterte described himself as a socialist wishing seriously to …
Philippine UPR Watch assails government report at UN: “Misleading and does not reflect realities on the ground”
This was the gist of a statement issued by the Philippine UPR Watch in reaction to a report submitted by the Duterte administration for the third cycle of the United Nations’ Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in the Philippines scheduled for May 8 in …
Brussels, Belgium— The Philippine UPR Watch delegation met with members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in an effort to share the human rights situation of the Philippines and enjoin their support for the Filipino people’s aspirations for just and lasting peace. Francesco Giorji, attending on …
Press Release | May 5, 2017 Contact Info (in Geneva) : Atty. Ephraim Cortez, +639175465798 Jigs Clamor, (Viber) +639997721233 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Geneva, Switzerland – Members of the Philippine UPR Watch delegation arrived in Geneva, Switzerland yesterday, May 4, 2017, to attend the …
Reposted from: http://nccphilippines.org/blog/2017/04/28/philippine-upr-watch-climate-of-impunity-getting-worse-in-ph/ On May 8, 2017, the Philippines will undergo the 3rd Cycle of Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). The UPR is a mechanism under the UNHRC where member states’ fulfilment of its obligations to international rights …