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The Veteran

May 11, 2011 · 

  The one who sees the pain and futility of it all. Who knows that war is hell for the poor, the grunts those who cannot understand but only do and die. The ones who feel the pain as youth, torn apart by the shrapnel and the greed of those to total power aspire, over […]

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Today – There are calling

May 11, 2011 · 

  Strangers crossing in the night Someone’s looking for their delight Winning comes to nothing and you know it’s true Who will search for something that’s not in you Today I can hear them calling in my sleep I can hear them calling in my sleep Would you turn a blind eye If this was […]

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STILL BEHIND BARS: Child incarceration and juvenile justice policy in the Philippines

July 31, 2010 ·  By Jessica Knowles

A report on the implementation of the 2006 Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act in Metro Manila, Philippines.

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The People of the Philippines

January 19, 2010 · 

http://www.asianinfo.org/asianinfo/philippines/pro-people.htm AsianInfo.org – Personal experiences, opinions, articles, or any information related to Asia. The Filipino is basically of Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, American, Spanish, and Arab blood. The Philippines has a population of 76.5 million as of May 2000, and it is hard to distinguish accurately the lines between stocks. From a […]

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R.A. No. 9851 – breakthrough law for IHL enforcement in the Philippines

January 8, 2010 ·  By Atty. Soliman M. Santos, Jr., CSI-IHL

Co-Founder/Convenor, Civil Society Initiatives for International Humanitarian Law (CSI-IHL) Quezon City, Philippines, 8 January 2010 Republic Act No. 9851, the new “Philippine Act on Crimes Against International Humanitarian Law, Genocide, and Other Crimes Against Humanity” signed into law on 11 December 2009, is a breakthrough law for the enforcement of international humanitarian law (IHL) as […]

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Child Pornography on the Internet

October 9, 2009 ·  By ROGER DARLINGTON

Contents: –What Is The Problem? –What Difference Does The Net Make? –What Is The Law In The UK? –What Is The Law In The USA? –What Kind Of Cases Have Come To Court? –What Can Be Done? –Further Reading WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? The Internet is overwhelmingly a power for good. It provides cheap and […]

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Tourist arrivals up 4 percent in August

September 13, 2009 ·  By Francis Earl A. Cueto

Tourist arrivals to the Philippines increased by 4 percent in August compared to the same amount last year, Tourist Secretary Ace Durano said. Quoting data provided him by Immigration Commissioner Marcelino Libanan, Durano said the country’s aggressive marketing approach had paid dividends in marketing the Philippines as a world-class tourist destination. The tourism secretary said […]

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US REPORT: RP has high child labor incidence

September 12, 2009 ·  By By Kristine L. Alave, Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines?The Philippines is one of the countries with a significant incidence of child labor in the agricultural sector, according to a report from the US Department of Labor. The report lists the goods produced using child and forced labor in the 77 countries studied. According to the department Bureau of International Labor Affairs, the […]

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Themes of Catholic Social Teaching

August 28, 2009 · 

The Church’s social teaching is a rich treasure of wisdom about building a just society and living lives of holiness amidst the challenges of modern society. Modern Catholic social teaching has been articulated through a tradition of papal, conciliar, and episcopal documents. The depth and richness of this tradition can be understood best through a […]

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The Anti-Torture Law: a good advance but misses out on non-state torture

August 25, 2009 ·  By Robert Francis B. Garcia, Soliman M. Santos, Jr.

“Torture is torture, whoever does it. The same is true of terrorism.” – C. Douglas Lumis, Terror and the Terrorist (Penang: Multiversity & Citizens International, 2008) The Philippines finally has an Anti-Torture Law, one which legally defines and penalizes torture, as well as provides remedies and redress for its victims. This is definitely a most […]

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