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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘torture’
Press Release, 10 July 2013 – The International Coordinating Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICCHRP) assailed the Aquino government for remaining silent on the Saudi government’s crackdown on undocumented OFWs. The ICCHRP is a global network of non-government organizations, community and advocate groups …
US Global Capitalism’s Humanitarian Blessing:Torture Of Women Political Prisoners In The Philippines
By E. San Juan, Jr. (03 July, 2013, Countercurrents.org) Listed early this year——– by the UK ECONOMIST as an upcoming Asian Tiger with 6-7% GDP growth, the Philippines (with half of its hundred million citizens subsisting on less than $2 a day) is more renowned …
Karapatan and Desaparecidos’ statements on the International Day in support of victims of torture and 7th year of disappearance of Karen and Sherlyn
Press Statement June 26, 2013 Reference: Cristina “Tinay” Palabay, Secretary General, +63917-3162831 Angge Santos, Media Liaison, +63918-9790580 On Aquino’s 3rd year – Use of torture exists under the Aquino II government—Karapatan “No matter how the Aquino government denies the use of torture, state security forces …
Dear friends and advocates! Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP, Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines) is the largest indigenous peoples organization in the Philippines. It is in the fore in the defense of ancestral land rights and rights to self-determination of …
From martial law to Noynoy Aquino: After 40 long years, ML victims still invisible to the government —Karapatan
Press Statement, September 16, 2012 – “Many of the victims of human rights violations under the Marcos dictatorship have left us without seeing justice rendered, 40 long years after the imposition of martial law. Even the barest gesture of justice, the Marcos Victims Compensation bill, …