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In Millions, We Are One

The People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty welcomes the new year with salute to the sustained militance of the millions of India’s farmers protesting the...

Joint Statement of South Korean Civil Society on the Massacre Targeting Indigenous People of the Philippines

On December 30th, during  a joint police and military operation at Capiz, Panay Island and in Iloilo province 9 leaders of the indigenous Tumandok...

Lessons from the attack on the U.S. Capitol

What happened Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol was a violent takeover of Congress by a fascist mob, not a “protest by Trump supporters.”...

Halawod and the Indigenous Tumandok

Last December 30, nine indigenous Tumandok were massacred and 17 others were illegally arrested by police and military agents in Capiz province in the Philippines. The Tumandok people,...

CPP asserts revolution is not terrorism, says ‘terror tag’ sets the stage for further repression

“The regime is setting the stage for all-out suppression of democratic rights using ‘anti-terrorism’ as pretext. MANILA – On its 52nd anniversary, the Communist Party...

Resist and end Duterte’s bloody reign of State terror

   photo by KARAPATAN Unfazed by lockdown restrictions, human rights alliance Karapatan and Bagong Alyansang Makabayan led thousands of human rights advocates, civil libertarians,...

On the Duterte admin’s human rights summit

The irony of this so-called Human Rights Summit is not lost on human rights advocates, victims of human rights violations and the general public. As...

WATCH: Online conference on the 200th birth anniversary of Friedrich Engels.

The irony of this so-called Human Rights Summit is not lost on human rights advocates, victims of human rights violations and the general public. As...

Nagas: Standing our ground

Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights Kohima, the 4th of December 2020, Nagaland In the history of humankind, it is recorded that peoples struggle across the globe...

Army-backed ALP kidnaps 6 Jummas later released on ransom

Hill Voice, 18 November 2020, Bandarban: Army-backed Arakan Liberation Party (ALP) terrorists have allegedly abducted six indigenous Marma villagers in Galengya Union of Ruma Upazila...

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