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PULL OUT MILITARY TROOPS IN MALAPATAN, SARANGGANI AND SPARE THE CHILDREN FROM TRAUMA

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15 August 2011

PRESS STATEMENT

We, child rights advocates from SALINLAHI Alliance for Children’s Concerns, Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) and the Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia (ARCSEA) that took part in the Alayon: A Peace and Solidarity Mission for the B’laan communities in Barangay Upper Suyan, Malapatan, Saranggani Province, Mindanao, condemn the ongoing militarization of the said communities. Read more »

Children of the Raging Storm: STAND and UNITE! DEFEND YOUR RIGHTS!

The Annual Summer Camp was held last May 23-29, 2011 at the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction in Silang, Cavite. The week long activity is in partnership with the European Union through the project “Overcoming Barriers, Building Bridges: Making Justice and Services Accessible to Children Victims of Armed Conflict Through Effective and Reliable Monitoring and Reporting of Child Rights Violations” and implemented by the Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) in partnership with the Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia, Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s concerns, KARAPATAN and GABRIELA. This project is part of the European Initiatives for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR).
 

Kyle Baleva for the 3rd time walks for his advocacy to support children victims of human rights violations!

Again, for the 3rd time Kyle Baleva now 14 years old will walk in the 95th  International Four-Day March known as “Walk of the World” in Nijmegen, The Netherlands along with 45,000 people from different parts of the world. He will hike 30 kilometer a day, a total of 120 kilometers for four days. The said event will start on July 19 and will end on July 22, 2011.  Read more »

Children's Peace Camp 2010

Every year, the Children’s Rehabilitation Center conducts its Children’s Peace Camp where children of victims and children victims of human rights violations gather for solidarity in their call for justice.

Children’s Peace Camp 2010 was held last December 5, 2010, at the grounds of Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City. This year's activity was supported by The Netherlands based solidarity organization, Stitchting voor Filippijnse Kinderen and the Philippine Advocacy Through Arts and Culture (PATAC), an organization of Filipino-Canadian artists based in Canada in cooperation with the office of Bayan Muna Representative Neri Colmenares   A group from a call center company, Global Stream Solutions also helped out in the activities through gift giving and facilitating some games for the children.

Gobyerno giawhag, katungod sa mga batan-on di yatakan

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ANG Children's Rehabilitation Center (CRC) uban sa mga militanteng pundok nanawagan sa gobyerno nga ihunong na ang paglapas sa katungod sa kabataan sa Pilipinas.
Source: 
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/davao

More Children Become Casualties of Philippine Military’s ‘Dirty War’

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As the Philippine military continues to wage Oplan Bantay Laya, its so-called “dirty war” against communists as well as activists, peasants and workers, more and more children are not only being caught in the crossfire but have become targets as well of human-rights violations.
Source: 
MARYA SALAMAT, www.bulatlat.com

CRC Conducts National Training on Documentation, Databanking and Psychosocial First Aid For Rights Advocates

Through the support of EU and AusAid

The father was preparing to take his 12-year old son to school when a hooded gunman fired at pointblank range killing him instantly. The boy could only stare in shock and hapless as his father’s dead body lay sprawling on the bloody ground.

The incident was the cold-bloodied murder of Bayan Muna provincial coordinator Fernando Baldomero in July 6, 2010 in Lezo, Aklan. The perpetrators of the murder were believed to be agents of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Unfortunately, the lone witness to the killing was “Jun-jun” (not his real name), who just lost a loving father.

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GOVERNMENT DARED TO UPHOLD BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD: RELEASE JUDILYN OLIVEROS AND HER BABY FOR HUMANITARIAN REASONS

In matters concerning the best interest of the child which the Philippine government claims to uphold through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Children’s Rehabilitation Center dares the Aquino government to immediately release Carina “Judilyn” Oliveros who gave birth to a baby boy, the 43 health workers and all the political detainees in the country. Read more »

PINOY KID JOINS WALK OF THE WORLD FOR THE SECOND YEAR TO SUPPORT MORE CHILDREN OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION VICTIMS IN THE PHILS.

For the second consecutive year, 13 year-old Kyle Baleva again joined theInternational Four-Day Marches, also known as the “Walk of theWorld” in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, along with 45,000 people from different parts of the world. The event started July 20 and ends onJuly 23, 2010. Read more »

CALL TO SUPPORT THE 14 YEAR OLD FISHERMAN VICTIM OF FRUSTRATED KILLING

Last January 31, 2010 at around 8:00 PM, a fourteen-year old fisherman and his companions went fishing at San Fabian, Pangasinan. Soon after they reached the part where to place their fishing nets, they heard gun shots pointing at their direction. Behind their boat were rubber boats that carried elements of Philippine National Police (PNP) patrolling at that time to catch illegal fishers. The gun shots continued and were pointed exactly at their direction.
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