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Editorial: 30th anniversary of Mendiola Massacre

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January 22 marks the 30th anniversary on the Mendiola Massacre where 13 peasants were killed in 1987 during a peaceful protest demanding genuine agrarian reform from the administration of Cory Aquino.

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Editorial: The right to reproductive health

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www.nordis.net There are Reproductive Health (RH) bills pending in both houses of the Philippine legislative body. Just by its name, the policy being deliberated on...

Editorial Cartoon: Jan. 2, 2010

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Editorial: Celebrating International Day for Indigenous Peoples

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Armed with high powered weapons, they raided a village. From one house to another, they forced their entry, lined up the males, either hitting them with their hands or the butt of their rifles. They found three men, tied their hands, hit them and only stopped when they claimed the three were the subject of their mission.

Editorial: Digong asserts nat’l sovereignty

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How each sovereign state deals with this problem internally is their business and our president expressed his view of the US raising this internal issue with him. He also raised the human rights violations perpetuated by the US in its imperialist wars and its own drug problem and violence against its own ethnic and colored populations. So why doesn’t the US look into their own human rights problems before meddling into his?

Editorial: Threats on media

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Any attack against the media is a grave threat to the people’s right to information and right to speak.

Editorial: International Widows Day

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www.nordis.net On the 23rd of June 2011, the United Nations General Assembly, in a resolution, declared the date as the first-ever International Widows’ Day to...

Editorial Cartoon: April 14, 2011

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PREACHING DANGEROUSLY | Clergies under threat for advocating human rights and environmental protection

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In Northern Philippines,the red-tagging frenzy of the Duterte administration has transformed ordinary days into hellish experiences for members of the clergy advocating environmental protection and respect of human rights.

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Farmers say NTA, negligent and accountable for the low price of tobacco

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Tobacco farmers criticize the National Tobacco Administration for its negligence to ensure the early resolution of the price deadlock during the Tripartite Conference in September 2019. They said the agency should be held accountable for the consistently low price of dried tobacco leaves.