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Statements: Journalism is not a crime

It is a dark time for democracy and freedom when journalists are treated as criminals – arrested, beaten up, threatened, charged and prevented from doing their work – as happened to our colleagues who covered the violent dispersal of striking workers of NutriAsia and their supporters in Marilao, Bulacan Monday afternoon, July 30.

Isardeng ti atake laban kadagiti nainsigudan a babbai!

Pablaak ti Innabuyog para iti Sangalubongan nga Aldaw dagiti Nainsigudan nga Umili

Kagiddan ti pananglagip tayo iti Sangalubongan nga Aldaw dagiti Nainsidugan nga Umili (International Day for the World’s Indigenous Peoples), kiddaw ti Innabuyog ti pannakaisardeng to amin a porma ti atake laban kadagiti nainsigudan a babbai iti Kordilyera ken iti intero a pagilian.

Statements: On Prof. Gill Boehringer

“The detention and imminent deportation of Professor Gill Boehringer to Australia proves yet again President Rodrigo Duterte’s intent to silence the voices of international human rights defenders for the Philippines”, said George Kotsakis, Chairperson of Migrante Australia.

Statements: Defend the Sanctity of Life, No to Tyranny

The Justice and Peace Advocates in Ifugao (JPAI) express grave concerns of the escalating attacks against the religious sector, and unfathomable assaults on democracy and human rights. While we listen to the people’s cries, we are troubled with the national policies of ‘Martial Law’ in Mindanao, ‘All Out War’, and the ‘War against Drugs’ which has unleashed unabated violence encouraged by no less, President Rodrigo Duterte.