EQUALITY & JUSTICE

Photos: Flowers for the Philippines’ ‘comfort women’

More than 1,000 Filipino women were forced to serve as sex slaves for the Japanese aggressors when Japan occupied the Philippines

Photos: Show of solidarity

Philippine solidarity groups denounce the military of junta in Myanmar for the execution of four pro-democracy activists in July

Photos: Parade for Equality – Pattaya Pride Parade 2022

The Thai seaside resort town of Pattaya held its Pride Parade on June 25, one of the first major public events following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in the kingdom.

Photos: Manila’s urban poor, workers protest series of oil price hikes

Manila's urban poor residents and public transport workers hold a demonstration to protest the series of oil price increases

Photo exhibit recalls ‘horrors’ of Philippine martial law, tags abuse victims...

The exhibit of black and white photographs taken by documentary photojournalist Rick Rocamora tags victims of human rights abuses as heroes

Photos: Filipinos mark 36th anniversary of peaceful uprising that ousted dictator

The People Power Revolution was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines from February 22 to 25, 1986

‘Democracy cannot die a second death’

Youth activists mark the 36th anniversary of the 1986 Philippine ‘People Power’ uprising on Sunday, February 20, 2022

Video: Surviving the Pandemic: Solidarity at the Margins

A lecture delivered by Father Daniel Franklin E. Pilario, C.M. at St. John's University in the United States on Dec. 6, 2021

Photos: ‘Never Again’

Church groups call for an end to human rights abuses as the Philippines marks the 49th anniversary of the declaration of martial law

Photos: Remembering those who stood for freedom in The Philippines

On Sept. 21, 2021, activists and human rights workers offered wreaths for those who fought for freedom during the years of martial law

Photos: ‘Heroes’ stage protest on Philippines’ ‘National Heroes’ Day’

Philippine health workers stage mass walkouts on “National Heroes’ Day” even as President Duterte lauded them for their sacrifice

Photos: Displaced tribal children finish school far from home

The children of the “Bakwit” School finished Grade 12 on July 17, 2021, at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City

Photos: Families of victims of Philippines’ ‘war on drugs’ pick up...

Expired burial contracts mean that the remains would be dug up and thrown into a common pit for poor and forgotten people

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