Contents with tag: Philippines
IBON International is highly concerned that the recent cases of unjust arrests in the Philippines would precede repression on a larger scale.
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.
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.
In the Philippines, agrarian reform and development of national industries forms an important part of the talks between the government and the National Democratic Front, and could point to a new direction for the country's economy.
This current volume would have achieved its objectives if it has managed to inform the reader concretely of the Philippine rights situation, the persisting norm of impunity and deterioration of institutions of the ruling elite.
Civil society organizations are concerned that economic and political policies remain incoherent with the climate agenda.
On the resolution for increased scrutiny of the deteriorating rights situation in the Philippines was approved at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
We join the ranks of civil society organisations (CSOs) and rights defenders in supporting international efforts for the defence of people’s rights in the Philippines.
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.
“Even the United Nations now sees the risk of a synchronized global economic downturn in 2013-2014.” This was one of the more interesting messages presented at a recent forum on international trends and prospects at the College of Mass Communications Auditorium, University of the Philippines Diliman.