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Human rights groups say the response of the Philippine government is a 'poor display of diplomacy'
Human rights groups urge the Philippine government to coordinate with the United Nations as rights chief Michelle Bachelet is expected to write a comprehensive report on the country's situation
In Defense of Human Rights and Dignity (iDEFEND) urges the public to remain steadfast in demanding the government to adhere to the rule of law and human rights
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Human Rights Watch urges the Philippine government to 'stop depicting itself as the victim'
(UPDATED) 'Dapat din nating bigyang-diin ang diwa ng pagdiriwang na ito, dahil sa mga nakababahalang balita tungkol sa malawakang paglabag sa karapatang pantao, lalo na sa mga nasa laylayan ng lipunan,' says the Vice President
In Defense of Human Rights and Dignity Movement (iDEFEND) says the involvement of IBP with its current 60,000-membership now 'sends forth a ripple of hope in this troubling and violent crimes besetting our country'
Organizations now plan to simplify and bring human rights closer to the ground and everyday life
President Rodrigo Duterte paints human rights defenders as an obstacle to the change he promised according to iDEFEND s Ellecer Carlos
Hundreds of human rights advocates march to the House of Representatives to urge lawmakers to abandon the bill seeking to restore the death penalty
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The main call of protesters at the People Power Monument grand rally on Wednesday November 30 is for the government to exhume Ferdinand Marcos remains from the Libingan ng mga Bayani
From extrajudicial killings to reimposition of death penalty the Duterte administration is moving toward establishing a more repressive state protesters say
Block Marcos a group that organizes protest rallies calls on pro Marcos groups to refrain from insults and abusive language on social media
4th UPDATE Rally organizers call for anti Marcos mobilizations to continue as well in key cities across the country