Tag: Red Tagging

Latest UN visit confirms gov’t HR efforts sorely lacking

February 5, 2024

UN Special Rapporteur Irene Khan (second from left) with staff and the three political detainees at the Tacloban District Jail on Friday. (Ms. Irene Khan’s X post)

Un-peace, disunity in Marcos Jr.’s first year – CPDG

June 30, 2023

Read CPDG’s statement on Philippines Pres. Marcos Jr.’s first year of governance here.

A year under BBM, people’s rights still unmet and under attack – CPDG

June 30, 2023

To foster unity and work towards genuine peace, the Philippine government has to heed the calls and demands of the people and implement human rights-based and people-centered policies ensuring people’s democratic participation in governance and development.

Solidarity with the poor, defending labor rights

February 18, 2021

Testimonial of Otto De Vries on the Order to Leave of the Bureau of Immigration based on the false allegations of the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency. I, Otto De Vries from the Diocese of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, came to the Philippines in May 1991 on the invitation of Bishop Julio Xavier Labayen, OCD, Prelature […]