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Philippines Rights Reporting

IWPR has been working in the Philippines since 2007 and is currently working in the Philippines to combat corruption and promote transparency and accountability in public life. We are doing so through information, education, reporting, training, outreach and advocacy and with a dedicated website aimed equally at journalists, activists and ordinary voters.

IWPR
29 Aug 08
Mindanao Muslims who head north in search of better life targeted by renegade police officers.
IWPR
26 Aug 08
IWPR and local partner take part in television debate on press reporting of human rights in the country.
Vincent Sawabi
26 Aug 08
Big development effort seen as crucial to winning hearts and minds on lawless, militant island.
Maria Congee
26 Aug 08
Families in mountain areas more concerned about where they will get their next meal than educating their children.
IWPR
26 Aug 08
They often suffer injustices to support families back home, but leave their country short of skilled workers.
IWPR
26 Aug 08
With the state unable or unwilling to help, mothers of the disappeared left to seek justice themselves.
IWPR
26 Aug 08
Proposed legislation pledges to provide shelter to millions of homeless Filipinos.
Bong S
26 Aug 08
Continued fighting means few of those crammed into evacuation centres are prepared to risk going back to their villages.
Perla Aragon-Choudhury
25 Jun 08
Parents can't afford to pay for mandatory uniforms and fees charged by cash-strapped schools.

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