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October, 2011


Most London sex workers 'not trafficked', says study

October 31, 2011 ·  , BBC News

The majority of interviewed migrant workers in the sex industry in London are not forced nor trafficked, says a report. The International Union of Sex Workers (IUSW) welcomed the new research by a team led by Dr Nick Mai. The Metropolitan Police said it worked hard to prevent trafficking. Last year the Association of Chief Police […]

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Preda Newsletter October 2011

October 31, 2011 ·  By Preda Information Office

Dear friends and defenders of children, The happiest child at the PREDA home for children is ten year-old Rose Ann; she was rescued from her abuser by the PREDA team a few weeks ago. Her mother made a mistake and sent her to her auntie to help in house chores but she was abused by […]

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The Example of True Friendship

October 26, 2011 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

The life and death of Father Fausto Tentorio (59) is not going to be forgotten. Filipinos and many others will continue to recall and celebrate his steadfast solidarity, commitment and dedication to the downtrodden ingenious people. The Lumad people of Mindanao are victims of exploitation, discrimination and man made poverty for the past fifty years. […]

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Subic’s coal-fired plant must be cancelled

October 26, 2011 ·  , The Manila Times

The people of the Subic Bay area, of Olongapo City, Zambales province and neighboring places will suffer if the Redondo Peninsula Energy Inc’s project to build a coal-fired power plant in a barangay within the territory governed by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority pushes through. Not only the people of the present generation living in […]

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Aboitiz named MAP Management Man of the Year

October 26, 2011 ·  By Daxim L. Lucas, Philippine Daily Inquirer

Erramon I. Aboitiz, president and CEO of Aboitiz Equity Ventures and Aboitiz Power Corp., is this year’s “MAP Management Man of the Year.” Aboitiz was given the prestigious award by the Management Association of the Philippines for “being a model of management excellence and dedication in the transformation of a regional business group into a […]

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Hackers take down child pornography sites

October 24, 2011 ·  , BBC News

Hacktivist group Anonymous has briefly taken offline 40 sites it claims traded in images of child sexual abuse. As part of the action it published the names of 1,500 people who it says used a site known as “Lolita City”. The attacks were carried out as part of Operation Darknet which targeted abuse groups that […]

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Statement of Solidarity from the People of Faith in Australia and Aotearoa

October 23, 2011 ·  By CAFCA

We, leaders and members of the clergy and church-based justice and peace advocacy programmes in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, are greatly shocked and saddened over the news that Italian missionary Fr. Fausto Tentorio…

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Coal-fired power plants kill

October 23, 2011 ·  By Rene Q. Bas Editor In Chief, The Manila Times

MORE and more neutral voices that are not those of anti-business leftists or those of environmental advocacy militants have joined the call for the government to reverse the policy on coal-fired power plants.

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Are Mining Interests Behind The Assassination of Father Fausto?

October 21, 2011 · 

The Philippine Misereor Partnership Anti ­Mining Campaign strongly condemns and shares in the deep bereavement for another great loss in the aspirations of peoples and communities for a more just, peaceful and sustainably developed society.

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The Murder of Father Tentorio

October 19, 2011 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

Missionary Father Fausto Tentorio died in a hail of bullets last 17 October 2011. It is a despicable crime of murder; cowardly, senseless and it will not achieve its purpose to instill fear, terror and paralysis into the indigenous people and environmentalists in the Diocese of Kidapawan. Father Fausto Tentorio, 59, an Italian Missionary priest […]

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