NOMINADO SA 4TH HR PINDUTEROS CHOICE PARA SA HR BLOGSITES
This recognition goes to HRonlinePH.com’s fellow pinduteros/pinduteras. A small community of human rights bloggers, digital activists and humanrights defenders that continuously utilize the internet for expressing their opinions, shared articles and promoted events and campaigns about human rights. Their links posted in HRonlinePH.com were the most clicked hr blog.
Ang mga nominado sa 4TH HR PINDUTEROS CHOICE PARA SA HR BLOGSITES
FREE ZONE NI BOYET MABUNGA renatomabunga.wordpress.com
This is my simple way of joining the global chorus for the protection of human rights defenders (HRDs). My ideas may sound plain yet in the simplicity of its tone is the depth of human desire for respect in the dignity of person… a better world… a flourishing culture of human rights.
This page is a mere sounding board for a lively, fruitful and pluralistic discussions, a platform for opinions, and an arena for constructive dialogues where we may all learn and share thoughts… grand or simple as they may be… on human rights and our fundamental freedoms.
MATANG APOY NI GREG BITUIN matangapoy.blogspot.com
Ako nga pala si MATANG APOY (alyas Greg Bituin Jr.), makata, manunulat, aktibista, tagasalin, mananaliksik, at purdoy na pabliser ng ilang mga aklat. Maligayang pagdalaw sa aking lungga. Halina’t basahin at namnamin nyo ang mga nariritong nilikha kong tula. Ilan sa mga tulang narito’y nalathala na sa mga pahayagan at magasin. Maraming salamat sa pagtambay at pamamahinga nyo rito. Maligayang pagbabasa at pagmumuni-muni.
HEALTH ACTIVIST NI JOFTI VILLENA healthactivist.ph
HealthActivist.ph is born because I took my journey towards health seriously. I told myself that if I am endeavoring to live a healthy life, I should make it as my advocacy and integrate it to my everyday life as a development worker.
Despite my non-medical background, I took the courage to walk this path in the hope to learn as I progress. I am a firm believer that my health shouldn’t be in the hands of a medical or health professional but it should be in my hands and contribute to the accessibility and availability of the healthcare system for all Filipinos. For me, the first step towards health is to know your body, understand it and be able to respond to its signals accordingly. I will write more about this in My Health Journey Page.
CARPE DIEM NI DARWIN MENDIOLA dars0357.wordpress.com
Have you ever experienced being crazy passionate about writing and then, seemingly all of the sudden, you lost interest?
It became less exciting, less fun, less of something you wanted to do but more of something you want to express.
I am very sorry for more than two years of a slump.
Even I, myself was wondering what happened.
But I have finally bounced back and clawed my way out.
The interest to write my opinion is once again become an obsession I can’t resist.
I am back.
And still imbued with the spirit of carpe diem…
to seize the moment…
RODGALICHA.COM NI RODNEY GALICHA rodgalicha.com
Rodne Galicha (born 2 June 1979, San Fernando, Sibuyan Island, Romblon, Philippines, eldest son of government employee Nenita Romero Rodino of San Fernando, Romblon, and postman Rodrigo Galindez Galicha of Alcantara, Romblon) is a Filipino environmentalist and human rights activist currently involved in climate justice, biodiversity conservation and natural resources conflict management. He is the author of a pocket-sized book on emerging environment issues: We Are Nature. On 05 December 2013, he received the 2013 Hero for the Environment national individual award from the Center for Environmental Concerns in collaboration with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources of the Republic of the Philippines.
LIFE ACCORDING TO EDEL NI EDEL kuyaedel.wordpress.com
This poem fully describes my aspiration and one frustration that’s killing me – being alone.
Kaya kong nakawain ang ganda ng lupa, dalhin sa latag na doon din nagmula. Kaya kong makipagniig sa pangarap na buhay at mag-alay ng sa sariling kulay…at hugis.
Kaya kong angkinin ang himig ng langit at kitlin ang ingay ng manipis na tinig. Kaya kong likhain ang musika ng kaluluwang naglalakbay, nagdiriwang at tumatangis.
Agad kong masasakop ang parang at ang mga aning hilaw upang magsanib ang kilos at gawi… o ako ang galaw, ako ang sayaw.
Ngunit… sana nga’y di mapagod ang mata sa pagkakapikit at doon sa langit ay wag kumapit sapagkat ako ay naroon kasama ng mga tala, bagamat kumikinang – ay nag-iisa. (EDGAR)
MOKONG PERSPEKTIB NI MOKONG mokongperspektib.wordpress.com
Ang blog na ito ay para sa aking perspectives sa mga kung-ano-ano sa paligid. Maglalaman ito ng personal kong mga katotohanan ngunit bukas sa pangingialam ng iba, basta constructive for the purpose of being interactive. Hahaha! Tawagin nating kamokongan ang mga ilalathala ko rito.
DEKONZTRUKTSCHON NI ROD RIVERA rodrigo75.wordpress.com
Deconstruction is about looking at things differently, breaking the whole into its parts to understand each piece that makes the whole, then putting them again together as a new construction. It’s simply a way of thinking, of knowing and of understanding. The posts here are critical, reflexive and constructive attempts of life discourse – an exercise of being academic, political, apolitical, sometimes cynical and skeptic, theoretical, simple or unusual. This blog attempts to contribute to human understanding of their life realities by examining things in their social world with a different lense – deconstruction for reconstruction of knowledge.
TAO MUNA HINDI MINA NETWORK –MANAGED BY TFDP
Members of Civil Society, Faith based organizations and Human Rights Defenders working against destructive mining in the country are launching a campaign dubbed “TAO MUNA HINDI MINA!”. It is a campaign to assert that government as duty bearer should uphold human rights and protect the environment, and should conduct its affairs consistent with human rights standards and principles.
The campaign will be highlighted by a 10 point Human Rights Agenda on Mining which will be popularized online and offline in order to generate the broadest possible support and endorsement by different sectors at the national and local levels.
This will also complement our advocacy for the enactment of the Alternative Minerals Management bill and the scrapping of the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 among the candidates and the voting public especially during the election campaign period this April.