[Right-Up] Ang ginto at ang aso -by Rod Galicha

Ang ginto at ang aso By Rod Galicha January 3, 2017 Isang repleksyon tungkol sa isyung pagkatay ng aso sa pelikulang ORO – MMFF 2016. 1. May punto ang PAWS. 2. May punto ang ORO. 3. Ngunit sa bawat isyu may mga konteksto. 4. Ang konteksto ng PAWS ay ang kanilang pananaw at ng umiiral…

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Kanlungan Centre Foundation Inc. Vote for this site for the 5th HR Pinduteros’ Choice Awards… Advocates of migrant rights and their families Kanlungan Centre Foundation Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit organization engaged in direct service, advocacy work, research, and policy interventions for Filipino migrant workers who are survivors of human trafficking, illegal recruitment, workplace abuse,…

[Blog] Ingat! Always wear you’re CAP! (Care, Access and Prevention) by Maria Fatima Villena

Ingat! Always wear you’re CAP! (Care, Access and Prevention) by Maria Fatima Villena, www.healthactivist.ph February 22, 2015 Caring enough to provide access to information that leads to the prevention of diseases, disabilities and deaths. A Presentation at the 1st Philippine Health Care and Social Media Summit #hcsmPH (February 21, 2015, Radisson Hotel, Cebu City) organized by…

[Blog] 10 Human Rights Issues ng 2014 –No. 10 Climate Justice Campaign, Yolanda, Rehabilitation etc. -Mokong Perspektib

10 Human Rights Issues ng 2014 –No. 10 Climate Justice Campaign, Yolanda, Rehabilitation etc.. Makikiuso lang ang inyong mokong na lingkod sa paglalabas ng mala-year-ender post. Sinubukan kong i-wrap-up ang mga kaganapan ng buong taon. Isang #Throwback series ng mga isyu ng nagdaang taon batay sa hits na tinanggap mula sa mga mambabasa ng HRonlinePH.com.…

[Blog] Turkey’s attack on Secularism By Jose Mario De Vega

Turkey’s attack on Secularism I refer to “Turkey imposes ban on piercings, tattoos in all schools” by RT Question More, September 28, 2014. According to the said report: “Turkey’s government has banned all school pupils nationwide from having tattoos or body piercings in a new dress code deemed oppressive and unenforceable, according to the law’s…

[Blog] When money is not enough. By Darwin Mendiola

When money is not enough By Darwin Mendiola A country in a democratic transition must come to terms with its past in order to move forward. Addressing past atrocities and injustices is considered a crucial part of social healing and national reconciliation. Acknowledging the misdeeds especially human rights violations is one significant step towards guaranteeing…

[Blog] The Sedition Act is an archaic law being use by the powers that be to silence political opposition. By Jose Mario De Vega

The Sedition Act is an archaic law being use by the powers that be to silence political opposition I refer to Hafidz Baharom’s “The Sedition Act kills rationality and intellect”, Free Malaysia Today, September 7th. I overwhelmingly concur with the brilliant exposition of the writer and the lucidness of the various theses that he advance…