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Child Rights Group: List the AFP as Persistent Perpetrator, Resume with Peace Negotiations!

The ever increasing number of children victims of human rights violations during President Noynoy Aquino’s administration is alarming. Children from rural communities continue to suffer from varying forms of violence perpetrated by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). Read more »

Child Rights Group condems EJK, urges Aquino to take action

Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) condemns the indiscriminate strafing incident conducted by the elements of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) that instantly killed an 8-year old boy and wounded two children in Purok 6, Sitio Kidaraan, Barangay Anitapan, Mabini, Compostela Valley last April 3. Read more »

Break-ins in offices a systematic harassment on human rights defenders

Quezon City- Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) expresses alarm over a series of actual and attempted break-ins in the National Offices of child rights defenders by unidentified perpetrators which happened just this past month.

CHILD RIGHTS ADVOCATES BELIE PNOY’S CLAIM ON AFP’s HONOR, INTEGRITY AND SEVICES

Children’s rights defenders decry Pnoy’s statement during the 77th Founding Anniversary of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). He reiterated in his statement the AFPs role in a democratic society, “Defend the nation and serve only one Boss—the people, nothing else.” Read more »

Child victim of military atrocities visited by child rights groups

Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) and Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concern paid visit to a 16-year old boy victim of military atrocity who was placed in Boys town facility in Tanay, Rizal. Read more »

Urgent Appeal for the victims of flash flood in Metro Manila

For almost two weeks, the incessant rain brought by tropical storm Gener followed by the effect of the southwest monsoon caused massive floods in the provinces in Central Luzon, Southern Tagalog, National Capital Region particularly the communities of Bgy. Bagong Silangan, Payatas, Batasan, Commonwealth, Tatalon, Bahay Toro, all in Quezon City. Read more »

Child Rights Advocates calls for the immediate release of the three illegally detained children in Quezon Province

The Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) strongly condemns the elements of the 74th Infantry Battallion of the Armed Forces of the Philippines for the illegal arrest and detention of three children in Quezon. Read more »

Child rights advocates: SCRAP OPLAN BAYANIHAN, Justice to all victims of human rights violations!

News Release

19 March 2012 

 

Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns and the Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) together with the families of children victims of human rights violations held a condemnation rally today at the gate of the Camp Aguinaldo to register their rage over continuing grave child rights violations perpetrated by the military under the Aquino government. Read more »

Children not spared by military operations vs rebels, rights group says

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MANILA, Philippines—Child welfare advocates voiced alarm Saturday over the growing number of children who are killed or suffer in various other ways in operations by security forces against insurgents, and urged the Aquino administration to take measures to stop the alleged atrocities especially in rural communities. Read more »

Child rights advocates demand PNoy to put an end to state violence against children

Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) and other human rights groups expressed their extreme concern over the increasing number of children victims of human rights violations across the country during a press conference held today in Quezon City.

Dubbed as “Stop Killing our Children! Stop the Rape of our Future!”, the press conference was attended by representatives from Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns, Gabriela, Hustisya and Gabriela Women’s Party. Read more »

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