Netizens slam Jollibee Food Corp for allegedly discriminating against a member of the LGBT community
On International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, know more about the Lumad and their plight in this infographic
Leaders of the 17th Congress also prioritize measures on national land use, government procurement, and creation of the disaster response and management department, which the President mentioned in his SONA
I posit that in the deepest recesses of the non-Moro’s psyche, he has some distrust, hate, or even a feeling of separation simply because his Moro friend is a Muslim
No one should be discriminated against on the basis of what he or she has achieved because most of the time, achievements are made possible by opportunities, which not a lot of us have
(UPDATED) It is the 3rd year in a row that the parade for LGBT rights has been banned by Turkish authorities
As anti-discrimination legislation languishes in Congress, removing uniform and hair length restrictions is an easy place for schools to start protecting their students from discrimination
The woman, known to the court only as QT, was refused a spousal visa because she is in a same-sex partnership
The LGBTQ community says there is a lack of protections for them in schools and workplaces, and stereotypes against them persist
'Sometimes, it is about collaboration rather than leading. Sometimes, it is about following and encouraging others to follow as well,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
The hearing came as Trump seeks to bounce back from a series of stinging judicial defeats over his controversial effort to bar travelers from half a dozen mainly Muslim countries
(UPDATED) Napeek's Facebook post about a bus of Solid North Transport Incorporated sparks action from the LTFRB
(UPDATED) The education department also asks the community to be vigilant and proactive in 'preventing and deterring incidents that result in the abuse, exploitation, and discrimination against children'
'If the women of the world today enjoy what is known as the bill of human rights for women, the whole world owes it to Leticia Ramos-Shahani,' Ambassador Rosario Manalo says
Representatives Emmeline Aglipay-Villar, Kaka Bag-ao, and Geraldine Roman sponsor the proposed SOGIE Equality Act for 2nd reading in the House
Pada Hari Tanpa Diskriminasi, penulis berharap diskriminasi terhadap kaum LGBT tidak terjadi lagi
“Diskriminasi ditandai ketika seseorang diberi perlakuan yang tidak adil. Perlakuan tersebut menyebabkan ia kehilangan haknya.”
Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu says incidents involving racial discrimination will dent the image of the United States
They warn there is a higher risk that transgender youth would be exposed to violence after the Trump administration overturned Obama-era federal protections
The country's deputy health minister says the government is investigating 'the homosexuality syndicate' and would arrest and prosecute those involved in the gay sex business
Bataan Representative Geraldine Roman expresses her intent to join the AFP reserve corps. The military welcomes it.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the expression of 'Islamophobic feelings' is 'sometimes the best support' that ISIS can have for its propaganda
Republic Act 10911, passed into law in August 2016, prohibits employers from hiring workers based on age
Jason Derulo says he was met by 15 police officers after he asked to deplane due to having to pay $6000 for excess baggage
(UPDATED) A federal judge blocks part of President Donald Trump's temporary immigration ban, ordering authorities to stop deporting refugees and other travelers stuck at US airports
(UPDATED) US President Donald Trump's order to ban entry into the US travelers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen sparks widespread international criticism and personal heartache
House Deputy Speaker Miro Quimbo says excise tax is usually imposed on luxury items or those that pose health risks, neither of which apply on beauty products and services
It is the first time an anti-discrimination bill reaches the Senate plenary
'My passport may dictate which countries I can freely enter but it will never ever dictate how far I will go'
'Today, what does ‘unity in diversity’ mean in a country with a population of 260 million, rich with culture, traditions, and beliefs? Discrimination and intolerance exists because it is being allowed to exist.'
'I realized we must stride on – for it's not how far we have come but how much further still we have to go,' says the tennis superstar
'African American history is not somehow separate from our larger American story... It is central to the American story,' says US President Barack Obama
Bataan 1st District Representative Geraldine Roman, the country's first transgender congresswoman, recalls how her late 'macho politician' father fully supported his transgender child
Why is there a need for an anti-discrimination bill? Bataan Representative Geraldine Roman explains
A closer look at the Family Love Alliance's (AILA) strategy clearly shows a new strategy of anti-LGBT, which uses ‘neoliberal’ logic despite its morality and religious covers
Andy Villaruel shows us all how having a disability does not limit him from living his life.
Indonesia is religiously tolerant relative to other countries but it has its own challenges to achieving religious harmony.
Here are 4 issues that President Joko Widodo avoided discussing in his State of the Nation address, despite the fact that they have put Indonesia under the international spotlight.
'Policing homosexuality is totally a joke — how do you identify a gay/ lesbian individual? How do you criminalize their sexual practices unless you have the evidence?'
(UPDATED) The Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Act seeks to promote equality in the workplace by mandating companies to hire workers based on their competence, and not on their age
Lawmakers in the 17th Congress refile bills that languished in the past, including measures pushing for freedom of information, ending political dynasties, and increasing the pension for SSS members
We have a responsibility as the 'model minority' to bridge the growing divide between blacks and whites in America
Mardheeya Nuruddin's journey from Zamboanga to the capital tells of a struggle of a young Moro from the southern Philippines – her dreams, frustrations, pain, and victories
The marchers pay tribute to the 49 people killed in the attack at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida
The bill that seeks to end discrimination in the Philippines faces strong opposition in the Lower House
A real apology means admitting your mistakes, treating us as equals, and fighting for our rights, the way you would fight for your own
'I think profiling is something that we're going to have to start thinking about as a country,' says US presidential candidate Donald Trump
'What happened in Orlando may have sent chills down our spines, but it will never silence the community'
Local governments rarely enforce laws that entitles persons with disabilities to equal opportunity for employment
Metro Manila Pride holds 3 fundraising events to prepare for their annual Pride March set for June 25