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Remembering Gilbert Paborada: 1 year, no justice
He was an indigenous leader who lived to serve his fellow Higaonon in the defense of their ancestral land. He was the chairperson of Pangalasag, a...
Outside the guarded fences: hunger and the struggle to survive

Nangandoy ko nga unta maaksyonan nila ang among mga hangyu. Unta maballik
na kanamu ang among yutang kabilin aron mabuhi na kami nga
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The human rights violation related to mining projects in the Philippines

Oral statement to the UN Human Rights Council – 24th Session
9 – 27 September 2013, Geneva, Switzerland
Agenda Item 4 – General...

There's Good News from the Countryside

To say to the captives, 'Come out,' and to those in darkness, 'Be free!' They will feed beside the roads and find pasture on every barren hill....

Water for the Moro People
Iligan City—These days, the residents of the Moro village of Lanipao in the hinterlands of this city need not to walk a far distance to get potable...
Lumads: Casualty of mining and war

LUMADS or the Indigenous peoples (IPs) are the hardest hit as massive destruction of mining operations and armed conflict in Mindanao continues...

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