Hawak ng European Dracula Globalist ang CHR at Red Cross

Wala kaugnayan ang mga ito sa organisasyong tinatawag na European Dracula Globalist. Ang CHR ay isang independent office na itinatag sa ilalim ng 1987 Philippine Constitution. Ang Philippine Red Cross ay isang non-profit humanitarian organization at miyembro ng International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Buod Ang sabi-sabi: Ang Commission on Human Rights (CHR) at … Read more

[OPINION] The CHR Report: A climate justice victory

Seven years since its filing, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) finally released its report on the National Inquiry on Climate Change filed by petitioners to urge the Commission to look into whether the world’s largest investor-owned fossil fuel and cement producers (“Carbon” Majors”) can be held liable for human rights resulting from the impacts … Read more

In landmark case, CHR declares climate change as human rights issue

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) released the world’s first National Inquiry on Climate Change (NICC) on Friday, May 6, declaring climate change as a human rights issue. Spurred by a filed last 2015, the inquiry found that the crisis had been ‘negatively impacting the human rights of the Filipino people and … Read more

After years of Duterte threats, CHR finds support from presidential bets

MANILA, Philippines – The embattled Commission on Human Rights (CHR) can expect support and a bigger budget if the winning president is among the nine candidates present during the second debate organized by the Commission on Elections (Comelec). The presidential bets all agreed on how important CHR is in the fight against abuses and human … Read more

Proof of support? Letters sent to UN echo Duterte gov’t attacks vs rights groups, CHR

MANILA, Philippines – The Duterte administration is trying to prove that its human rights program is welcomed and supported by pointing out letters allegedly sent by various Philippine-based groups to the United Nations. But the letters, reportedly submitted to the office of UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet in October 2021, echo the long-running rhetoric of … Read more