Contents with tag: people's rights
IBON International Executive Director Amy Padilla delivered the following reflections on what CSOs can do going forward, what needs to change and how.
IBON International is highly concerned that the recent cases of unjust arrests in the Philippines would precede repression on a larger scale.
Financing for sustainable development today is at a crossroads. Where do policy trends place the people in the “means of implementation” of sustainable development?
This book aims to begin our work on SCP, establishing country-level evidence of how the states and people’s organisations in Kenya, Indonesia and the Philippines have responded to the call for sustainability.
IBON International joins various organisations in expressing serious concern on the Memorandum Circular No. 15 released by the Philippine government’s Securities and Exchange Commission.
We highlighted the need to ensure people’s rights, especially for marginalised communities, and the people’s ownership of their development path and related processes – with poverty eradication as the essential development outcome.
IBON International joins various organisations in the Philippines and abroad in denouncing the Duterte administration’s tagging of Filipino rights advocates, activists and civil society as “terrorists”.
An international fact-finding mission has found cases of false charges, harassment, and even torture and killings against farmers and indigenous peoples, under continued Martial Law in Mindanao island in southern Philippines.
Peoples and their organisations especially in the Global South need to take back economic power, resist the monopoly-led economic system that contributes a large part to worsening inequality.
Today, December 10, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) will have its opening session for its 11th Ministerial Conference (MC11). December 10 is also commemorated as the International Human Rights Day.