Philippines Ground Report: Escalation Of Brutal Attacks On Indigenous Human Rights Groups

The alarming trend of human rights violations on indigenous human rights and climate defenders in the Philippines has not only continued since the massacre of nine indigenous Tumadok activists in December of last year but is allegedly escalating in the run-up to the President’s State of the Nation address this month. AIPP brings you this report on the ground realities of the difficulties in conducting relief work among indigenous communities coping with the brutal impact of COVID 19 but also their red-tagging, which is a malicious blacklisting of individuals and organizations critical of government policy and actions in order to silence them.

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