Tag: peace talks
Rebellion is not terrorism- an insight of the recent Manila Court ruling dismissing the proscription case against the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the New People’s Army (NPA) filed by the Department of Justice (DoJ) in 2018 under Section 17 of the Human Security Act (HSA). According to the decision, the CPP-NPA must […]
With Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. sworn in as the 17th President of the Republic of the Philippines, stakeholders from civil society organizations, people’s organizations, church, academe, professionals and individuals, said the new president should perform his duty to hold former president Rodrigo Duterte and his administration accountable for their grave human rights abuses against the […]
“Volunteer teacher for Lumad children Chad Booc’s death points out the necessity of Peace Talks”—CPDGMarch 1, 2022
“Chad Booc’s death proved once more that the government forces continue to blur the difference between combatants and non-combatants, or activists and armed rebels. They try to belie their violations to justify it even though it is clearly impossible,” Council for People’s Development and Governance (CPDG) spokesperson Liza Maza said.
Highlights from “Prospects for Peace After the 2022 Elections: A Call for Just Peace and An End to Tyranny”February 28, 2022
In case you missed it, you may watch the forum here: Prospects for Peace After the 2022 Elections: A Call for Just Peace and an End to Tyranny
[FORUM Highlights] Prospects for Peace After the 2022 Elections: A Call for Just Peace and an End to TyrannyFebruary 23, 2022
“All in all, the human rights situation in the country is dark and gruesome not only during Marcos’s time but even now under the authoritarian rule of Duterte. This is why we should organize and build the critical mass, the broadest possible united front against dictatorship and tyranny, and gather international support. We should also be resolute, fear no sacrifice, and surmount every difficulty to win victory – end the Marcoses and Dutertes policital dynasty and control of Philippine government”, Joanna concluded.
In a few months come May 9, 2022 we look forward to having a change of governance and hopefully peace. But this will not happen under a Marcos Jr. and Sara Duterte victory at the polls.