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Thursday, October 22, 2020

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What we are doing is enough, says Duterte. It isn’t.

In a press briefing on the 21st of September, President Rodrigo Duterte did what he usually does — praise his lap dogs, attack his...

As pandemic rages, human rights struggles press on

Amid Covid-19’s unrelenting rampage across the world, peoples are asserting and defending their rights, and fighting against the abuses, corruption and impunity of state...

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Oppose the Approval of the Job Creation Law Scrap the New Barriers Toward Realization of Genuine Land Reform and National Industrialization

Since the early 20th century under the domination of imperialism, the nation and people in Indonesia have been confronted with chronic crises. It worsen...

The IMF-World Bank’s agenda for debt and “recovery”: A business-as-usual

The IMF-World Bank proposals for a post-COVID economic “new normal” gears up for a “recovery” that means more of the old exploitative patterns. They...

MASIPAG on World Foodless Day: FARMERS FIGHT FOR FOOD SYSTEMS CHANGE!

MASIPAG joins hands with the millions of farmers calling for a radical change in the food systems as we commemorate this year’s World Food...

IN PHOTOS: ILPS Latin America protests for National Day to Fight IMF and Indebtedness

LOOK: ILPS Latin America joins the National Day to Fight IMF and Indebtedness

On the continuing acts of cruelty, inhuman and degrading treatment of political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino

Karapatan denounces the blatant and continuing acts of cruelty, inhuman and degrading treatment of political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino. We believe that these are...