A newly-married couple joined the One Billion Rising yesterday, Feb. 16, at the Rajah Sulayman Park in Manila.
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Ka Joaquin, National Democratic Front spokesperson said the release of prisoners of war “shows that the CPP-NPA-NDF are still open for peace talks”.
MANILA — On Feb. 14, youth and students together with media practitioners trooped to the College of Mass Communication in University of the Philippines in Diliman denouncing the recent attack against press freedom. This is after the arrest of Rappler chief executive officer, Maria Ressa on Wednesday, Feb, 13. She was arrested by members of…
This year’s Oblation Run highlighted the Filipino people’s fight for democracy and called for the defense of freedom of expression amid worsening attacks on media and various sectors critical of the policies of the Rodrigo Duterte administration.
State workers blame the delay in budget approval on government officials “asserting their selfish interest and also on wrong budget policies.”
The group calls on President Duterte’s government and the High Court to lift the TRO which “in effect suppresses their source of income. The lifting of the TRO would also help out the thousands of Angkas commuters, who were depending on the app service for faster means of transportation.”
In a protest action today in Mendiola, Kadamay said the infrastructure projects will only lead to demolition of houses, without decent relocation offers to affected residents.
MANILA — Hundreds of women from different organizations gathered on Sunday morning, Nov. 25 to formally launch One Billion Rising (OBR) 2019 at Luneta Park in Manila. The event’s theme: Babae ako, Lumalaban sa Abuso. Present at the launch was former Bayan Muna Rep. Neri Colmenares who expressed continuing solidarity in eliminating violence against women.…
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat.com MANILA – Progressive groups here have assailed the meeting between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese president Xi Jinping as a treachery as the agreements signed between the two leaders will not benefit the Filipino people. On Nov. 20, Duterte welcomed the Chinese leader in Manila for a two-day state…
Progressives, human rights lawyers, cultural workers, members of the academe, peace advocates, among others gathered to show their support as former Bayan Muna lawmaker and human rights lawyer Rep. Neri Colmenares vies for a Senate seat.
‘The manner by which the killing was committed points to impunity on the part of the perpetrators.’