Rappler's latest stories on human rights groups in the Philippines
The policy research group wants the Ombudsman to punish 3 key officials, including Communications Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy, for 'malicious abuse of authority and negligent performance of duties as public officials'
Karapatan's Cristina Palabay is threatened with death and rape after celebrating Human Rights Day
Karapatan secretary-general Cristina Palabay says human rights 'must continuously be asserted, defended and fought for’
Ano ang implikasyon ng crackdown na ito sa demokrasya sa Pilipinas?
Karapatan deputy secretary-general Roneo Clamor says this is 'to deprive the police any opportunity to plant evidence' against activists
'The UNHRC report reads like it was written by the accusers...Ignore it,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr
In the same day that President Duterte delivers his 4th State of the Nation Address, critics say they've had enough of his administration
Advocates are constantly challenged by President Rodrigo Duterte's 'intentional distortion' of human rights since 2016. What are lessons learned?
The Court of Appeals 14th Division submits the case for decision without allowing human rights group Karapatan to present testimonies and witnesses
(UPDATED) Human rights groups say the arrest of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa is consistent with the repeated threats not just against journalists but also legislators, lawyers, and activists, among others
The Philippines is among 38 countries where governments subject human rights advocates to 'harsh reprisals and intimidation,' according to a UN report