Rappler's latest stories on Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Karapatan secretary-general Cristina Palabay says human rights 'must continuously be asserted, defended and fought for’
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Vice President Leni Robredo urges all Filipinos to value life and dignity
Populist-nationalists have our democracies in their sights and they have already fired an opening salvo
Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership will hold a music festival and advocacy fair at the UP Diliman Sunken Garden on January 26
When it comes to promises on poverty alleviation the 6 presidential candidates have a lot to offer How feasible those promises are is another story
And what s the basis of the majority in upholding Poe s status as a natural born Filipino?
The Philippine government or any international body for that matter cannot interfere nor influence the course of an independent judicial proceeding says Malacañang
Associate Justice Marvic Leonen s strongly worded dissenting opinion reveals that Associate Justice Lucas Bersamin circulated for signing a draft different from the one previously voted upon by the justices
Nelson Mandela once said that no one knows a nation until one has been inside its jails What will the food system inside prisons and jails say about the Philippines?
In the wake of the Paolo Bediones video scandal the Commission on Human Rights reminds the public that the unauthorized distribution of intimate videos and photos violates human rights
Responding police authorities are still conducting investigation
As we look deeper into the human spirit we will realize that real freedom is only possible when the human mind has become free from the limits of I and mine