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25th Year of UNCRC, a time to heed lumad children’s calls

We are commemorating the 25th year of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on November 20 and amidst different issues that plague the media, the disquieting issue of military encampments and attacks on indigenous schools in Mindanao continue. Read more »

Blood-tainted AFP deserves not a single cent from nation’s wealth- NGO

Amid Congress deliberation of the 2015 proposed national budget, a child rights group urged the House of Representatives to withhold from appropriating budget to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), as the latter remain responsible for the spate of killings and gross human rights violations, wherein children are not even spared.

Child rights groups condemn Alamara and the AFP as vicious violators of human rights!

The Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns together with one of its member organizations, Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) and human rights and church based organizations that joined the mercy mission in Kapalong, Davao del Norte, strongly condemned the atrocious acts made by the paramilitary forces Alamara and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), which caused the derailment of the mission.

 

Child rights group to BS Aquino: End atrocities, pull out military troops and respect children’s rights and welfare!

The Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) hit the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) over numerous human rights violations perpetrated by the elements of 60th IBPA under the command of General Eduardo Ano against civilians, especially children, in the course of military operations in Barangay Kapalong Read more »

Extrajudicial killings’ martyred children

No words can describe our anger as we commemorate the death anniversary of Roque Antivo, the 8-year-old boy who succumbed to death at the very hands of elements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in Compostela Valley. Our anguish is fueled all the more by the indifference of the Aquino administration, which remains deaf to the cry for justice. Read more »

Child Rights group condemns the killing of tagged NPA child warrior’s father


Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) out rightly condemns the killing of Gregorio Galacio by alleged state agents in their house in Brgy.  Kahayag, New Bataan, Compostela Valley last July 19, 2014.

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Children Right's Advocates: Aquino, no longer fit to be the President

A week before the State of the Nation Address of Pres. BS Aquino the Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC-SMR) held a “street gallery” today entitled “The real state of the children” that calls for Aquino’s immediate resignation.
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Nijmegen Walk of the World participant supports Orphans in the Philippines

The Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) expressed its deepest support to Kyle Baleva, a 17-year-old boy based in The Netherlands that will once again join the 98th edition of the Walk of the World in Nijmegen in The Netherlands to support orphans in the country. Read more »

In his fourth year in power, BS Aquino III fails to curb HR violations- CRC

The government failed to curb cases of state-sponsored violence against the people, especially children, said Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRC) as BS Aquino III mark his four years as head of the state on June 30, 2014. Further adding that president coddles elements of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) responsible in numerous human rights violations. Read more »

AFTER A MONTH, STILL NO JUSTICE FOR BABY DIONA ANDREA- NGO

A month after Andrea Rosal’s daughter succumbed to death, a child-focused institution decried disappointment over the government’s failure to exact justice and make the authorities responsible for the death of Baby Diona accountable. Read more »