Hanimay Suazo is a high-profile human rights defender in Davao City. In 2019, she was disappeared after being red-tagged by an Army general.
PARA KAY MANDING Ni LIGAYA PORTAJADA Sa aking pagpikit, pagdilat ng mata Ang aking hanap, ikaw aking sinta Di na maidlip itong aking diwa Hinanap na kita, nang ikaw ay mawala. Hinanap kita sa mga himpilan ng pulis Pati sa mga punerarya, itinaloglog kong pilit Ngunit pawang ako’y bigo: itong aking nais na muling makita,…
It’s the eighth Cordillera Day since James Balao was disappeared.
See more at the Aparición Gallery On June 26, 2006, at 8 p.m., Prudencio Calubid, 63, peace consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), and his wife Celina Palma, 46, were disappeared by suspected state forces. Suspected military agents tailed Calubid and his group from Manila, and eventually blocked them on a…
Today is the eighth year of the disappearance of two well-loved progressive personalities in Panay island: five-time political detainee Luisa Posa-Dominado and peasant leader and organizer Leonilo Arado.
Twenty-seven years ago, Roberto Pascual Sr., a 34-year-old community organizer, was abducted and disappeared in Navotas.
Today, March 22, is the eighth year of disappearance of Abner Hizarsa, a four-time political detainee and former spokesperson of NDF-Bataan.
Ten years ago today, veteran protest leader Danilo Macapagal, who survived the cruel martial law years, disappeared under the regime of his own cousin, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
Today is the eight year of the disappearance of NDFP peace consultant Leo Velasco.
Desaparecidos, or the missing, are made to appear again in painted portraits.
Honor Ayroso and Johnny Orcino were both former student activists and political detainees. They were peasant organizers when they were disappeared 13 years ago today.