Mindanao Lumad - updates

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Ata leaders warn NPA of tribal war

Feb 08, 2018 - 9:05 PM

Datu Roel Arthur Ali, chairman of the Supreme Tribal Council for Peace and Development (STCPD), says Lumad leaders are clamoring for a pangayaw – a local term for tribal war, after the death of Datu Banandjao Mampaundag and his son

DATU ROEL ALI. President Rodrigo Duterte greets Supreme Tribal Council for Peace and Development Chair Datu Roel Ali and Mindanao IP Council for Peace and Development Chair Datu Joel Unad at the Indigenous Peoples Leaders' Summit in Davao City. Malacañang file photo

HRW calls for end to 'government abuses' in indigenous communities

Feb 07, 2018 - 3:35 PM

'Government plans to improve the lives of the Lumad are unlikely to succeed so long as indigenous communities live in fear of violence, exploitation, and abuse,' says Human Rights Watch's Carlos Conde

JUSTICE SOUGHT. Indigenous people and religious leaders join a rally to call for justice for the murdered Lumad leaders in Mindanao. File photo by Vincent Go/Rappler

Rappler Talk: The love-hate relationship between Duterte and the Lumad

Aug 09, 2017 - 10:08 PM

Bookmark this page to watch the interview on Wednesday August 9 as MovePH talks to an indigenous community elder and a student

IP leaders hold tribal ritual to save Mt Apo

May 24, 2016 - 1:40 PM

During the sacred ritual which sought forgiveness from the tribes ancestors for the disrespect of Mt Apo North Cotabato 2nd District Representative Nancy Catamco is named a Diwata or protector

RITUAL. Several IP groups hold a special ritual to save Mt. Apo. All photos by Editha Z. Caduaya

Alleged communist guerillas raid Lumad village in Bukidnon

Nov 04, 2015 - 7:23 PM

UPDATED The 3 victims are from the same indigenous community where a school was closed for allegedly being influenced by the NPA

Human Rights Watch: Heads should roll over attacks on Lumad

Sep 25, 2015 - 2:40 PM

President Aquino should immediately order the DOJ to conduct an impartial and credible investigation into these attacks and prosecute those responsible

RIGHTS DEFENDERS. Indigenous peoples and advocates light candles for Lumad victims and Emok Samarca, one of slain indigenous rights defenders in Surigao del Sur on September 11. Photo by Vincent Go/Rappler

A rare time a human rights issue captivates PH social media

Sep 09, 2015 - 6:53 PM

If President Aquino’s response was disappointingly predictable the public reaction has been anything but Many Filipinos reacted with visceral anger