Contents with tag: people's rights
Read our second issue of TNC Watch, on the OceanaGold Corporation, for more.
A book that looks closer into the ongoing rights violations in the Philippines
2017 was a fruitful year as we continued to develop our work in contributing to and in solidarity with Southern peoples’ struggles -- with a view towards people's development through rights and sovereignty of the people.
Read our first TNC Watch paper, on the OceanaGold Corporation, for more.
IBON International stands with Philippine progressives Rafael “Ka Paeng” Mariano and Liza Maza as courts dismissed a decade-old fabricated case against them and two other progressives.
A series of talks and forums on Philippine rights concerns kicked off with events in Washington DC from 20 to 23 April 2018.
Working women and other toiling peoples were greeted by an affront to their rights with the signing of the Comprehensive and Progressive Transpacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Chile.
Another bout of protests marked the inauguration of the re-elected Juan Orlando Hernández, after last year's election-related protests in Honduras faced police repression.
On International Human Rights Day, let us take a look at some of those who continue to join the calls to sound the alarm on the deteriorating situation of human and people's rights in the Philippines.
In light of threats of further escalating conflict, especially with the involvement of global political and economic powers such as the United States, we ask: What is militarism? How is it related to the current global economic order? What are the development impacts of militarism?