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State terror and tyranny in the Philippines : US-backed Oplan Kapayapaan and Duterte's attacks on people's rights.

Contributor(s): IBON InternationalMaterial type: TextTextQuezon City: IBON International 2018Description: vi, 139 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Duterte, Rodrigo Roa, 1945- | Dictatorship -- Philippines | Violence -- Philippines | Terrorism -- Philippines | Philippines -- Politics and government--21st century | Philippines -- History--21st centuryLOC classification: DS686.614 | S73 2018Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction -- Criminalising poverty and the poor : unmasking Duterte's anti-people regime / Jodel Dacara & Danielle Templonuevo -- Current US security strategy and Oplan Kapayapaan: "development" subsumed to counter-terror / Rodolfo Lahoy Jr. -- Using the "Moro terrorist" hysteria to justify nationwide martial rule / Amirah Ali Lidasan, Moro-Christian Peoples Aliance -- Unmasking Duterte's martial law in Mindanao / Ivan Enrile, Asia Pacific Research Network -- On the attacks against rights defenders / Paul Belisario, International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation -- Philippine media under attack / B. Bernado -- Misogyny, impunity, and inciting to war crimes / Lyn Pano & Jian Gacoscosim -- Peace talks under the Duterte government: road to peace? Lorelei Covero -- Annexes -- A. Statements from United Nations experts & officials; governments -- Philippines needs urgent action to reverse spiraling rights violations, UN experts say Human Rights Council 37 : UK national statement under item 2 / UK mission to the United Nations Geneva -- United Nations permanent forum on indigenous issues stands by Indigenous Human Rights Defenders in the Philippines / Mariam Wallet M. Aboubakrine, Chairperson, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues -- Human Rights Council 38th session: Joint statement on the human rights in the Philippines / Iceland -- Human rights advocates in Asia under attack / Andrew Gilmour, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights -- Statement in response to allegations of terrorism against UN special rapporteurs / Erik Solheim, Head, UN Environment -- European Parliament resolution o the Philippines (2018/2662(RSP) -- B. Statements from international organizations and alliances -- Stop the killings, stand against tyranny! / Movement Against Tyranny -- International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) resolution on the current Philippine situation -- Denounce the government terror listing in the Philippines / International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines -- Stop the Duterte administration's crackdown on rights defenders and people's organisations! / IBON International -- Statement of concern / International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self Determination & Liberation (IPMSDL) -- Philippines: onslaught against human rights defenders must end / Amnesty International.
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Introduction -- Criminalising poverty and the poor : unmasking Duterte's anti-people regime / Jodel Dacara & Danielle Templonuevo -- Current US security strategy and Oplan Kapayapaan: "development" subsumed to counter-terror / Rodolfo Lahoy Jr. -- Using the "Moro terrorist" hysteria to justify nationwide martial rule / Amirah Ali Lidasan, Moro-Christian Peoples Aliance -- Unmasking Duterte's martial law in Mindanao / Ivan Enrile, Asia Pacific Research Network -- On the attacks against rights defenders / Paul Belisario, International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation -- Philippine media under attack / B. Bernado -- Misogyny, impunity, and inciting to war crimes / Lyn Pano & Jian Gacoscosim -- Peace talks under the Duterte government: road to peace? Lorelei Covero -- Annexes -- A. Statements from United Nations experts & officials; governments -- Philippines needs urgent action to reverse spiraling rights violations, UN experts say Human Rights Council 37 : UK national statement under item 2 / UK mission to the United Nations Geneva -- United Nations permanent forum on indigenous issues stands by Indigenous Human Rights Defenders in the Philippines / Mariam Wallet M. Aboubakrine, Chairperson, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues -- Human Rights Council 38th session: Joint statement on the human rights in the Philippines / Iceland -- Human rights advocates in Asia under attack / Andrew Gilmour, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights -- Statement in response to allegations of terrorism against UN special rapporteurs / Erik Solheim, Head, UN Environment -- European Parliament resolution o the Philippines (2018/2662(RSP) -- B. Statements from international organizations and alliances -- Stop the killings, stand against tyranny! / Movement Against Tyranny -- International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) resolution on the current Philippine situation -- Denounce the government terror listing in the Philippines / International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines -- Stop the Duterte administration's crackdown on rights defenders and people's organisations! / IBON International -- Statement of concern / International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self Determination & Liberation (IPMSDL) -- Philippines: onslaught against human rights defenders must end / Amnesty International.

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