Category: Human Rights

Address the roots of the armed conflict, red-tagged activists say

“You think you can kill a movement by persecuting them? You do not know history。 If you see the history of the Catholic church, it only grew when there were martyrs whose blood actually watered the seed that was sown by Jesus Christ。 So if you think that you will break the movement, you will break dissent by persecuting, you are very much mistaken。”

No more Baby Rivers | Legislation, policy change for pregnant detainees

Today marks the 40th day since the death of Baby River, daughter of a political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino。 The term cruel is an understatement to describe how the mother and child were separated and how it revealed serious gaps if not flaws in the country’s justice system。