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Children's Peace Camp 2007

Colorful face-paint designs, hand-made Christmas cards and strings of crane origami festooned the school grounds of Kalantiaw Elementary School in Project 4, Quezon City. With delightful shrieks and cheerful smiles, around 100 children and child rights advocates gathered around not only to celebrate the Christmas season but more so to give these children-victims of human rights violation a quick respite from the pain they are undergoing or have gone through as victims of human rights violation.

Child-victims of military operations air Christmas wishes

MANILA, Philippines -- Surface the "the disappeared." Stop the abductions. Pull the military out of the villages.

These demands -- not toys -- were on the Christmas wish list of children whose parents had been abducted by the military or whose families had been displaced by government operations against communist rebels in the countryside.

Source: 
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Children-victims of human rights violations present their plight to the Commission on Human Rights (CHR)

Arkibong Bayan covers the dialog with CHR.

Source: 
Arkibong Bayan

Children Human Rights victims hold dialogue with Commission on Human Rights

Children-victims of human rights violations from different parts of the country trooped to the office of the Commission on Human Rights this morning to present their plight resulting from militarization of their communities. Read more »

Children assert rights to attain justice, peace and prosperity amidst state violence and governement corruption

Colorful face-paint designs, hand-made Christmas cards and strings of crane origami festooned the school grounds of Kalantiaw Elementary School in Project 4, Quezon City. With delightful shrieks and cheerful smiles, around 100 children and child rights advocates gathered around not only to celebrate the Christmas season but more so to give these children-victims of human rights violation a quick respite from the pain they are undergoing or have gone through as victims of human rights violation. Read more »

Child Soldiers Label used by the Military to Escape Accountability over Cases of Children Victims of Human Rights Violations

Obedient, playful and fun-loving. These are characteristics typical of rural children like Grecil Buya Galacio, 9 years old. She had cherished the start of the summer vacation because this meant days of helping her mother in her house chores, playing with her younger siblings, and swimming in the nearby creek. But on that fateful day of March 31, 2007, Grecil’s childhood had ended. Read more »

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