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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 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 »

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 »

MILITARY VIOLATIONS ON CHILDREN’S RIGHTS CONTINUE

On October 16, 2011, a 17-year old girl from Baras, Rizal was raped by the elements of 16th Infantry Battalion Philippine Army based in Baras, Rizal. According to the family, the incident occurred when the victim, together with her cousin and a friend who were both minors, were invited to the anniversary celebration of the 16th Infantry Battalion Philippine Army which was held inside the camp in Baras, Rizal. Read more »

Military presence in Northern Samar jeopardize children's rights

 

Quezon City, Philippines, the Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) strongly condemns the human rights violations perpetrated by the elements of Armed Forces of the Philippines affecting the lives of hundreds of children in Barangay, Hinagunoyan and other nearby barangays in Catubig, Northern Samar.

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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 »

Children's Rehabilitation Center expresses condolences to kin of victims of Ampatuan massacre in Maguindanao

First and foremost, our organization condoles with the family and relatives of the victims who were mercilessly killed in Ampatuan town in Maguindanao.  Many of those killed were women, including two people's lawyers, who were unarmed and were on their way towards following the democratic process of filing the candidacy of their kin for the coming elections.  Also among the almost 62 people killed were media persons who were there to cover the event and to facilitate the right of the public to information.

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The Armed Forces of the Philippines consistently sings the same old tune as excuse for their merciless actions

The AFP is again using their same old lines of “collateral damage” and tagging children as “child soldier”, as alibi to escape from accountabilities of violating children’s rights.                    Read more »

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