ASA SILANG MGA HUMAN RIGHTS? #HREverywhere
15 OCTOBER 2016
Cagayan de Oro City - Amnesty International Philippines holds its 30th Annual General Meeting: ‘Taking Human Rights to Greater Heights’ in Cagayan de Oro City with 10 regions represented from all over the Philippines. Human...
Duterte’s 100 days of carnage
07 October 2016
Philippines: Duterte’s 100 days of carnage
Almost 100 days after Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines, a wave of unlawful killings has already claimed more than 3,000 lives, shattering progress on human rights in...
Over 1700 killings indicate lawlessness, not crime control
Index: ASA 35/4706/2016
Date: 23 August 2016
Philippines: Over 1700 killings by unknown assassins and police indicate lawlessness, not crime control
The disclosure by Philippine’s Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa that there have been at least 1067...
YOUTH AGAINST EXTRA JUDICIAL EXECUTIONS AND TORTURE
STATEMENT ON EXTRA JUDICIAL EXECUTIONS AND TORTURE
YOUNG HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE PARTICIPANTS OF THE FIRST HUMAN RIGHTS YOUTH CAMP
We, youth leaders from different regions across the Philippines, believe that the engagement of young people is instrumental towards...
Duterte, break the cycle of human rights violations
1 July 2016
Philippines: President Duterte must break the cycle of human rights violations
The Philippines’ new President Rodrigo Duterte must fulfil his inauguration pledge to uphold the country’s commitment to international law and lead a...
NOT ONE MORE VICTIM OF TORTURE
25 June 2016
NOT ONE MORE VICTIM OF TORTURE, UATC URGES
“The Philippines has one of the smallest police-to-population ratios in the world, an overstretched force, predisposed to taking ‘shortcuts’ during arrests and criminal investigations, is the breeding ground...
Duterte, protect not endanger journalists
Index: ASA 35/4201/2016
3 June 2016
Philippines: New President Must Protect, not Endanger Journalists
Amnesty International is gravely concerned with recent comments by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte suggesting that killing of journalists in the Philippines is justified if they were...
Amnesty on sex workers’ rights
Under strict embargo until 00:01 GMT 26 May 2016
Amnesty International publishes policy and research on protection of sex workers’ rights
“If a customer is bad you need to manage it yourself to the end. You only...
AMNESTY WARNS DUTERTE, THE WORLD IS WATCHING
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES
20 MAY 2016
AMNESTY WARNS DUTERTE, UPHOLD THE RULE OF LAW THE WORLD IS WATCHING
The human rights situation in the Philippines is in dire need of uplifting and the recent national election was a...
Global refugee deal risks being sacrificed on altar of selfish national interests
28 July 2016
The world faces an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. On the 65th anniversary of the UN Refugee Convention being adopted, there are now 65 million displaced people globally, the highest...
Out of the Shadows: Fighting for the Rights of Sex Workers
“Six police officers did sex to me one by one. They were armed with guns so I had to do it,” Mona, a mother of two in her late thirties...
‘I was 12 years old when they took my dad away – we never saw him again’
29 May 2015
Filipino national Ronaldo Lopez Ulep was arrested in front of three of his children at his home in the Qatari capital, Doha, on 7 April 2010.
After being repeatedly tortured in...
Happy birthday, Jerryme!
On 16 February, Jerryme Corre celebrated his birthday, joined by his wife and Amnesty Philippines staff at Angeles City Jail. Jerryme has spent the last three years imprisoned there after...
The Philippines has a dark, open secret
When a man’s severed head turns up in Manila Bay with three gunshots through the cranium, one would reasonably expect the authorities to fast-track the investigation of such a grisly...