MANILA — Hundreds of women from different organizations gathered on Sunday morning, Nov. 25 to formally launch One Billion Rising (OBR) 2019 at Luneta Park in Manila. The event’s theme: Babae ako, Lumalaban sa Abuso. Present at the launch was former Bayan Muna Rep. Neri Colmenares who expressed continuing solidarity in eliminating violence against women.…
Month: November 2018
Our unities should be based on the recognition that our enemies are not each other but the oppressive state. We have seen this when the fraternities of UP declared fratwar, not against each other but a fratwar against budget cuts, fratwar against Lumad killings, or the frat war against tyranny and fascism.
Ang paglalabas ng desisyon ng mataas na hukuman na hindi dinidinig ang mga argumentong inihapag sa mga isinampang petisyon ay maaaring repleksyon din ng pagbabalewala sa ating sariling wika.
“And while a closure to this tragedy is most welcome, we stress that it should not in any way detract from the State’s continued accountability for its continued failure to bring an end to the threats and attacks against journalists and to give justice to the more than 100 other victims of media killings since 1986.”
In an urgent alert posted at Karapatan – Negros Facebook account, the printed photos were thrown inside one of the houses of a local peasant leader there.
Migrant rights advocates slam early release of ‘remorseless’ employer who tortured Indonesian domestic worker
“Much like how she wanted to cover up her crime by trying to hurriedly fly Erwiana – with her severely battered body – back to Indonesia, Tung and her lawyer heaped a barrage of appeals and legal challenges in order to avoid paying for the damages she inflicted to the life and future of Erwiana.”
Denmark’s Ambassador to the Philippines said he “reads” the media, but has apparently been misreading them. He said “some media” are “systematically negative” in their reporting on the government, but his subsequent statements sounded as if he was describing most, or even all of them. If anything can be said about the news media today,…
Since October 2017, Radyo Lumad has been on air eight hours a day, five times a week.
Katribu hopes to encourage more journalists to write about indigenous peoples’ struggles and aspirations.
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat.com MANILA – Progressive groups here have assailed the meeting between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese president Xi Jinping as a treachery as the agreements signed between the two leaders will not benefit the Filipino people. On Nov. 20, Duterte welcomed the Chinese leader in Manila for a two-day state…
By DEE AYROSO