Kami ni Fides ay malugod na nakikiisa sa pagdiriwang ng ika-20 taon ng pagkakatatag sa Bulatlat. Ikinararangal naming dalawa na naging bahagi sa pagtatayo ng Bulatlat. Inilunsad natin ito sa kasagsagan ng kilusan para patalsikin ang rehimeng Estrada. Isang malaking achievement ng Bulatlat ang dalawampung taon ng tuluy-tuloy na paglalathala ng mga balita at impormasyon…
Day: February 8, 2021
Whenever we are unsure about getting media coverage on problems of political prisoners, Bulatlat has always been there to bring our stories to print—as it does for other groups and communities similarly marginalized and voiceless.
The Court of Appeals has affirmed an earlier local court ruling that convicted the suspect behind the 2012 murder of Dutch missionary and development worker Willem Geertman.
IADL President Jeanne Mirer said the attacks on Filipino lawyers are in violation of international law including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, the UN Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers, the Convention against Torture and even of the Fourth Geneva Convention and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, among others.
Under EO No. 124, the price ceiling for a kilogram of pork liempo is at P300, a kilogram of pork kasim at P270, and a kilogram of dressed chicken at P160.
A Filipina climate activist tells a British multinational bank: “Your money kills people, fuels the climate crisis, and destroys our homes.”
In the midst of a heightened climate of impunity, this current volume locates the place of the people’s war as a revolutionary process in which alternatives are approached in terms of tactical and strategic objectives. In doing so, resistance is foregrounded as both an actual reality and a goal of people’s war taking place in two different and parallel spheres, namely, organized and legal street protest and the underground revolutionary armed struggle.
“The DAR should be more proactive in resolving land dispute cases, especially when the entities involved employ violence and terror. In this case, instead of protecting the farmers and ensuring their right to the land, DAR watched from afar. The hands of DAR Secretary John Castriciones are stained with blood.”