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Photos: Healing

A prayer service was held on Sept. 28, 2022, in Manila for the turnover of the urns of ashes of victims of killings to their families

Photos: Remembering the ‘Desaparecidos’

Families and friends of missing victims of enforced disappearances in the Philippines renew calls to surface 1,900 “desaparecidos”

Photos: Back home in the bosom of the family

Families and relatives of victims of the Philippines’ ‘war on drugs’ receive the urn of ashes of their departed kin on Nov. 15, 2021

Photos: Climate justice, now!

Environmental defenders and climate activists held a demonstration in the Philippines to mark the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice

The Gold Trap: How COVID-19 is pushing more Filipino children into...

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed back to zero the anti-child labor efforts of the Philippines

Photos: Activists protest as Philippine president delivers last address to nation

Activists from various political persuasions march in Manila on July 26 as President Duterte delivers his last State of the Nation Address

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

Watch: Teenager details brutal treatment of women held by Myanmar soldiers

Account given by 17-year-old female detainee about what she saw and experienced

Watch: Pope’s prayer intention for women victims of violence

Various forms of ill-treatment that many women suffer are acts of cowardice, pope says

Watch: Helping people with mental health conditions forced to live in...

In parts of the world people suffering mental health conditions are often shackled by families in their own homes

Like the sky falling on our heads: Life under the Khmer...

Cambodia became like a labor camp, says former doctor who managed to escape to Thailand

Cultural Revolution redux? Buddhist pagoda, temple destroyed in China’s north

Authorities claimed the structures had been 'built without approval'

Christians reach out to Rome’s homeless during coronavirus lockdown

Homeless are most grateful for simply knowing there are still people out there who care

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