We seem to be in the midst of a post-election hangover. That means I’m lucky enough to fill in the gaps left by my previous articles. 588 more words
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today, June 3, 2016 is a news day in the philippines. you may not feel it yet but you can certainly read it off at today’s issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. 438 more words
The Abra-based group and provincial chapter of the Cordillera People’s Alliance, Kakailian Salakniban Tay Amin a Nagtaudan (KASTAN CPA-Abra) said today that they call on President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s administration to promote unity and human rights, and ensure that justice is served to the victims of human rights violations in past administrations. 386 more words
The recent announcement of outgoing Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz that there would be an increase of Php 3,000 for the maternity and death benefits of the sugar workers under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) in the sugar industry only underscores the fact that more and more of the workers are not able to avail of their Cash Bonus Funds (CBF). 485 more words
Farmworkers slammed Lt. Gen. Ricardo Visaya for his desperate ploy to wash his hands of responsibility in the Hacienda Luisita massacre so as to stay as top contender as chief of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) under the administration of incoming President Rodrigo Duterte. 572 more words
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Agricultural workers under the national federation Unyon ng mga Manggagawa sa Agrikultura (UMA) added their voices to human rights defenders urging President-elect Rodrigo Duterte to drop Gen.