By Baretang Bikolnon Staff MASBATE CITY – Hustisya Masbate adds manpower to document human rights violations in the province especially in the municipalities of
By Angel De Mesa The government stated that there were no extrajudicial killings (EJKs) under the present administration. Weeks after President Rodrigo Duterte’s statement
By Baretang Bikolnon Staff The fight for justice continues despite the acquittal of an Army officer yesterday over the disappearance of farmer-activist Jonas Burgos.
By Reynard Magtoto PH representatives have banked on its euphemistic and bloated report that fails to reflect, and even intentionally subverts, the human rights
By Reynard Magtoto The United Nations Human Rights Council (UN HRC) adopted Friday the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines.
By Reynard Magtoto Karapatan calls on UN Human Rights Council (UN HRC)for a halt to all forms of attacks on human rights defenders, the
By Reynard Magtoto A 74-year-old political prisoner in Cordillera arrested under President Rodrigo Duterte died while on hospital arrest Tuesday. Marcos Aggalao, a veteran
By Angel De Mesa In a country full of crimes, corruption and injustices, it is not surprising to have critics that slams the rotten
By Reynard Magtoto Taking the lesson of killings during his visit in El Salvador, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle invites the people to
State security forces target several human rights defenders and other leaders from people’s organizations after President Rodrigo Duterte’s verbal assault and open threats against