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Pass the SOGIE Equality Law Now!

We urge the members of the Philippine Senate and House of Representatives to stop delaying equality and pass the SOGIE Equality Law. Many LGBTQIA+ individuals–Filipinos with diverse Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Expression (SOGIE)–are struggling against discrimination every...

Surface Dexter and Bazoo!

Dexter and Bazoo are young human rights defenders who have been missing since April. Indigenous Peoples’ rights defenders Dexter Capuyan and Gene Roz Jamil “Bazoo” de Jesus, were reported missing for weeks now in a suspected case of enforced disappearances by state security forces. They were last...

Unite for LGBTQIA+ Rights and the Right to Protest in Turkey!

Pride–a protest, a celebration and a force for good enabling LGBTQIA+ people to demand their rights–is being banned in Turkey. Send a message of support to LGBTI people and their allies in Türkiye now. In Türkiye, Pride faces a battle on two major fronts: LGBTI rights are under...

Martial Law Bloodlines

TATTOO | TUGTUGAN | TEACH IN On the 50th anniversary of the declaration of martial law in 2022, Amnesty International Philippines started its year-long teach in on generational trauma brought about by the Marcos dictatorship to children and families of Martial Law heroes and survivors. The Martial...

Labor Day 2023 Solidarity Statement

Amnesty International PhilippinesSolidarity Statement for Labor Day Celebrations1 May 2023 Our human right to just and favorable conditions of work as prescribed under the International Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights include fair wages, equal pay for work of equal value, safe...

Spotlight: Protect the Protest Illustrators

Amnesty International has partnered with incredible artists to show why protest matters – visit our space at Kunsmatrix to see the art works and take action for Write for Rights! Protest is a human right because it allows people to stand up for what they believe in. This precious right is...

Red-Tagging

The phenomenon of red-tagging has been happening for decades but has intensified in the last few years under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, following the breakdown of peace talks between the government and the CPP in 2017. Duterte’s subsequent  Executive Order (EO) 70 provides for...