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Philippine church leaders call new terror law ‘morally wrong’

New law is taking the country down the wrong path, Catholic bishops say

SPOTLIGHT: Domestic work, joblessness keep women from reporting violence

When pandemic lockdown began, women’s rights advocates were quick to notice the missing gender dimension in govt response

Philippines to allow more people to attend Mass starting July 10

Up to ten percent of a venue’s capacity will be allowed for mass gatherings, including religious activities

Bishop warns against impact of terror law on Philippine labor

Proposed bill will result in further criminalization of unionism and violations of labor rights, bishop says

Rights groups dismayed over Philippine reaction to UN human rights report

Faith-based groups, rights activists say they are reasonably cynical about statements made by govt

Treating citizens like cattle

Philippine govt’s three-month lockdown — the world’s longest — was full of jaw-dropping incidents of chaos and brutality

International theologians condemn ‘red-tagging’ of Filipino Benedictine nun

Newspaper columnist accused nun of being a ranking official of the Communist Party of the Philippines

From the lens of power in the Philippines

Genuine people — unlike powerful politicians, powerful businesspeople and powerful celebrities — do not need power

Philippine Catholic education institutions to probe sexual harassment allegations

School management responds to sexual harassment allegations posted on social media

UN experts repeat call for probe into Philippine human rights situation

Experts highlighted staggering cost of relentless assault on the most basic rights of Filipinos at the hands of the govt

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