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Annually, the world observes Human Rights Day during December 10 in tribute to the adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nation (UN). Read more »
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Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns, a national alliance of children’s rights organizations and institutions, strongly condemned the harassment by suspected state agents against two (2) child rights advocates last Thursday night. Read more »
Different organizations working for the rights and welfare of children joined the indignation rally in front of Indonesian Embassy to call for the salvation of Mary Jane Veloso from execution. Read more »
“It is high time for President Aquino to own his faults and end his series of denials, whitewash and blame-game just to escape from the long list of crises under his watch.” This was the statement of the Children’s Rehabilitation Center, following the release of a senate committee report citing that the president is ‘ultimately responsible’ over the botched operation of the Philippine National Police - Special Action Force in Mamasapano. Read more »
On February 10, Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) joined the People’s Fact FindingMission in Mamasapano, spearheaded by Suara Bangsamoro and Kawagib, with the objective of documenting human rights violations against civilians as well as facilitating psychosocial help to women and children victims of the recent armed encounter between theMILF, BIFF and PNP SAF. Read more »
We are commemorating the 25th year of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on November 20 and amidst different issues that plague the media, the disquieting issue of military encampments and attacks on indigenous schools in Mindanao continue. Read more »
20 September 2014
Greetings of peace and solidarity!
Tropical storm Mario (international name Fung-Wong) worsened torrential monsoon rains and caused heavy flooding in Metro Manila, Southern Luzon and Central Luzon yesterday.
According to government reports, almost 500,000 people are affected and almost 40,000 are displaced. A 2-year old girl died because of drowning in Barangay Bagong Silangan, Quezon City. Read more »