The Czar Robredo Challenge

“Whether or not Robredo gets the administrative and budgetary support, it is apparent that the Duterte camp would want her to fail. If she succeeds, Duterte and his ilk will be put to shame.”

A Reflection on the Cordillera Women’s Human Rights Summit

“The land is where indigenous peoples are rooted. It is where they were born and raised, and it will be that which will embrace them when they will die. … That is why indigenous peoples struggle so much to protect their ancestral lands.”

Kalinga tribe rejects UTHPP, questions irregularities

The Taloctoc tribe in the municipality of Tanudan rejected the Upper Tabuk Hydroelectric Power Project. They also questioned the impartiality and adherence to the guidelines of NCIP provincial officials on the conduct of the FPIC process.

PNP, NPA exchange “fake news” accusations

The propaganda war between the Regional Police Office Cordillera (PROCor) and the New People’s Army (NPA) command operating in the region intensify following their exchange of claims and denials on surrendering rebels.

CORDILLERAN PRIDE | Igorot lass at SEA Games

Cordillerans have one more reason to watch this year’s Southeast Asian Games, with the entry of Realis Lorena Dawiguey Tabiando of Baguio City, the first Igorot female to compete for the Taekwondo Gyeorugi (sparring) events.

Activists hold tribute for slain Ilocos judge

Activists from development institutions and people’s organizations gave a tribute to Judge Mario Anacleto Bañez, who was assassinated last week, for his “impartiality and justness” in handling the case filed against their colleague.