It has been 48 years since President Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire Philippines under martial law in 1972. The decade that followed saw a
Philippine history has enshrined the 21st of September as the date when deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law. However, another date that we
As the clock struck midnight on the final day of 2019, Filipinos not only welcomed in a new year but also the end of
The dictatorship of President Ferdinand Marcos was notorious for its killings – there were massacres of striking workers, of activists, the assassination of indigenous
On the 21st of September 1972, Filipinos remember the declaration of martial law by then President Ferdinand Marcos. It is an occasion to remind
In an event organized by the Auckland-Philippines Solidarity and the Catholic Justice & Peace Commission, I had the chance of listening to Lumad activists
The topic of extrajudicial killings (EJKs) has been dominating headlines recently, because of the number of fatalities in President Duterte’s brutal crackdown on drugs.
In a disappointing decision from the Supreme Court, the nation’s highest court ruled in favour of burying the remains of the late Philippine dictator,