Tag: human rights

HOW MANY MORE FILIPINOS ARE VICTIMIZED BY HUMAN TRAFFICKING?

According to CTV News, a Filipino woman was smuggled into Canada by a couple from Hongkong and forced her “to work for them as a domestic servant and nanny.” The 38-year old woman kept quiet for many months for fear of being deported. The Vancouver Police Department soon discovered her situation. The human traffickers, Oi Ling …

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2011/06/08/how-many-more-filipino-domestic-workers-are-smuggled-in-canada/

PHILIPPINE MILITARY INSTITUTIONALIZES HUMAN RIGHTS IN ITS SYSTEM

There seems to be a transformation happening in the AFP. I say this while fighting my own skepticism and as I determine to be volitionally hopeful. I have no filing system in my heart and mind about these two categories — “Human Rights” and “AFP”. My past experiences with them (many were traumatic) during the …

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2010/12/18/afp-institutionalizes-human-rights-in-its-system/

INTERACTION WITH THE NEW 1003 IB ARMY COMMANDER

PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. (PBCI) was invited to witness the Change of Command Ceremony at the 1003 Infantry Brigade (10th Infantry Division) of the Philippine Army.  It was held last December 6th, 2010 in the Municipality of Sto. Tomas, Province of Davao del Norte. The new Commanding Officer is Col Lysander Suerte. PBCI and Col Suerte …

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Permanent link to this article: https://waves.ca/2010/12/07/interaction-with-the-new-1003-ib-army-commander/

OUR GLOBAL PEACE COMMUNITY

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