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Amid ‘intensified’ attacks, national minorities file complaints vs GRP

QUEZON CITY — National minorities participating in the Lakbayan ng Pambansang Minorya 2017 took to the office of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP)-nominated side of the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC) to file complaints of human rights (HR), and international humanitarian law (IHL) violations, September 19.

National minorities storm US embassy

MANILA — ‘Lakbayanis’ from north to south trooped to the United States (US) Embassy, Friday, September 15 to slam the US-led war on terror against Muslims, and its intervention in the country’s military and political affairs.

Protest at NCIP

Video by RAMON BALAN-EG, AUDREY CORCCE and HEIDE BANASEN www.nordis.net

Sandugo pickets Philippine Mining Conference

MANILA — Police officers and security guards of a high class hotel in Pasay were not able to stop more than 300 Igorots, other indigenous peoples and Moros who stormed the Philippine Mining conference on September 6 to condemn the unhampered plunder of their ancestral lands by mining companies.

Sandugo pickets Philippine Mining Conference

Igorots, other indigenous peoples and Moros stormed the Philippine Mining Conference on September 6, 2017 to condemn the unhampered plunder of their ancestral lands by mining companies.

Kami ang Kaigorotan

Dap-ayan ti Kultura iti Kordilyera presents “Kami ang Kaigorotan” during the Sandugo assembly last September 4, 2017.

Sandugo condemns Duterte admin

MANILA — In the 2nd assembly of Sandugo, national minorities (NMs), or Indigenous peoples and moros from all over the country condemned the Duterte administration for turning its back on his campaign promises and unleashing fascist attacks on their communities.

Igorots, Moros, Lumads seek to abolish NCIP

QUEZON CITY — Igorots with other indigenous peoples and Moros trooped to the House of Representatives today, September 5 to ask congress representatives to disapprove the budget for and abolish the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP).