Many of them are thrown into this “business” at a very early age – younger than 10. Most of them are girls although boys are… Read More »It will take a world to end the sexual exploitation of children
I just finished reading through the statements and documents of the Right to Know, Right Now Coalition’s (R2KRN) assessment on the government’s Freedom of Information… Read More »Assessment of Duterte’s FOI and the next steps
Robredo’s Boo-boo or was it something else ? The five minute video of VP Robredo has sparked the recent controversy in politics. Following after the… Read More »Robredo’s boo-boo or was it something else ?
It had to happen in March which, ironically, is National Women’s Month. At a recent signing of a memorandum of agreement with the Metro… Read More »Excuse me, women empowerment is not family abandonment
It didn’t come as a surprise when after just one hearing; the Senate committee on public order has decided to end the probe into the… Read More »The political implications of ending the second DDS probe after just one hearing
Senator Leila De Lima has been vilified by the Duterte administration even before she took office. Since then, she has continued speaking out against Duterte… Read More »Is Senator De Lima’s cry for political persecution justified?
Vocal Duterte critic Senator Leila de Lima is about to get arrested for drug-related charges. That would be one less political problem for the Duterte… Read More »How to get rid of a Trillanes ‘nuisance’
The Philippines has made history on February 22, 1986, when millions of Filipinos joined the EDSA Revolution to peacefully put down a regime that lasted… Read More »Understanding why Filipinos are getting skeptical of political protests