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The message of the death of Fr. Tentorio is clear, PNoy must declare war against EJK and the culture of impunity NOW!
General Campaigns
Thursday, 20 October 2011 15:31
We in the Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), a mission partner of the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines (AMRSP), strongly condemn the killing of Fr. Fausto Tentorio of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Mission (PIME) in Mindanao.  

We call on government to swiftly act on this case or it will just add up to the long list of unsolved killings in the country and encourage more commissions of violations and abuses against our human rights.  

The death of Fr. Fausto Tentorio, an anti-mining advocate and defender of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, once again stresses the need for Government to once and for all seriously face the continuing violations against human rights defenders.

Fr. Fausto Tentorio’s murder establishes a pattern that continuous killings of human rights defenders still persist even under the new administration. It is not enough to say that the perpetrators will go to jail, it is imperative for government to demonstrate its ability to protect and defend its people especially those that have chosen to serve the most vulnerable and marginalized.  

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 October 2011 15:32
 
Mechanics for Beinte Singko: Berso sa kalsada, tula ng paglaya poetry writing contest
General Campaigns
Friday, 30 September 2011 17:36

Berso_sa_kalsada_copy_smallMechanics for Beinte Singko: Berso sa kalsada, tula ng paglaya poetry writing contest

Theme: Sa tunay na demokrasya, walang napipiit dahil sa paniniwala

Arrangements for entries
Entries that will pass the screening will be exhibited on November to December Human Rights week celebration and will be awarded recognition on December 9, 2011 as Pre-International Human Rights day celebration.
Winners will be published Online, printed materials and other advocacy collaterals and will be recited during events such as Paskuhan sa Kampo 2011, Jail visits and other activities of partner organizations during and after the HR week celebration.

Dates to remember
All entries must be submitted on or before November 15, 2011.
On-line voting starts November 20 to 12nn of December 1, 2011.

How to Submit Poems:
A registration form will be available in www.tfdp.net, Task Force Detainees of the Philippines facebook page, freeallpoliticalprisoners facebook page, kabataan para sa karapatan (Youth for rights) facebook page and organizers’ offices. Up to 5 entries may be submitted per contestant. Entries must be in Filipino, 30 lines or fewer, may be either neatly handwritten or typed, single or double space. Each entry may not have been previously commercially published. Entries must be sent via e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or at the office of the partner organization in your area.

Registration forms:

1. Students

2. Political Prisoners/Deatinees

3. NGO/HRDs

Rules, Terms, and Conditions:
1. ORGANIZERS. The photo contest is sponsored and managed by Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) and Center for Social Action, DLS-College of Saint Benilde.

2. PARTNERS. Youth for Rights (Y4R) and other school based organizations, Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates and Balay Rehabilitation Center.

3. SPONSORS. Alyansa Tigil Mina (ATM), Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearance (AFAD), Families of Victims of Involuntary Disappearance (FIND), Medical Action Group (MAG), Philippine Human Rights Information Center, Human Rights Defenders Pilipinas (HRD-Pilipinas), Human Rights Online Philippines and Alyansa.

4. RULES. The poetry writing contest is governed by these rules, terms, and conditions (the Official Rules). By participating in the photo contest, you agree to these Official Rules and the decisions of the judges, which are final and binding. TFDP reserves the right to change these rules or cancel the photo contest at any time, at its sole discretion.

4. CATEGORIES.
STUDENTS CATEGORY: 10 finalists will be chosen from entries coming from the students   
The STUDENTS CATEGORY is open for students enrolled in any university in the country, at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. Entries must be made by way of the contest Website located at www.tfdp.net in accordance with the instructions at that page. Contest participants may submit up to five entries.

POLITICAL PRISONERS AND THEIR RELATIVES: 10 finalists will be chosen from entries coming from Political prisoners and detainees. Same rules with the students’ category except that it is open for all political prisoners and detainees and their relatives only. No age limit.

HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS CATEGORY: 5 finalists will be chosen from entries of NGOs/NGO workers and/or Human Rights Defenders.  Same rules with students’ category except that it is open to all NGO workers/ Human Rights defenders and no age limit.

5. USE OF POEMS: By participating in the Poetry writing contest, you hereby grant TFDP a nonexclusive, non-revocable license to publish, use and adapt poems you submit. All poems will be used with proper attribution to the owner.

6. YOUR INFORMATION. The information submitted by you during the registration process includes your name and e-mail address (Personal Information) and will be used by TFDP only in accordance with TFDP privacy policy for the purpose of administrating your participation in the photo contest and for communication about other TFDP events and programs. Winners consent that their names may be published on TFDP future Publications.

7. WINNER SELECTION PROCESS. Grand winners will be determined through the following criteria of which will come from selected judges and the peoples’ choice will be chosen based from the on-line voting in the social networking site facebook (an official account will be created by the organizers). The submitted poems will be judged to the extent to which they meet the theme of the contest “Sa tunay na demokrasya, walang napipiit dahil sa paniniwala.” Each category (Students, Political Prisoners, NGOs) will have One Grand winner and a Peoples’ choice each.

Entries will be judged based on the following Criteria:
1.    Relevance to the theme
2.    Composition
3.    Originality
10. AWARDS. Winners will be awarded a plaque of recognition and certificates. TFDP may, at its discretion, revoke the award if the advertised award becomes unavailable for any reason. If a participant changes his/her e-mail address or telephone number after entering into the photo contest, it is his/her sole responsibility to notify TFDP by e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and/or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)
No. 45 Saint Mary Street, Cubao, Quezon City
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
www.tfdp.net
4378054

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 October 2011 17:23
 
Mechanics for Beinte Sinko: Tinamaan Ka ng Lente! HR Photo Contest 2011
General Campaigns
Friday, 30 September 2011 17:23

Tinamaan_ka_ng_lente_copy_smallMechanics for Beinte Sinko: Tinamaan Ka ng Lente! HR Photo Contest 2011

Suggested topics for submission are:

1. Right to Life, Freedom, and Security;
2. Right to food, housing & means of subsistence;
3. Women and Children’s Rights;
4. Right to Fair Trial;
6. Dignity and Justice for All People;
7. Right to Education;
8. Right not to be disappeared;
9. Freedom from torture;
10. Workers’ rights
11. Freedom of speech, expression, association and/or assembly
12. LGBT rights

Arrangements for entries
Entries that will pass the screening will be exhibited in November to December Human Rights week celebration and will be awarded recognition on December 9, 2011 as Pre-International Human Rights day celebration.
Winners will be published On-line, printed materials and other advocacy collaterals.

Dates to remember
All entries must be submitted on or before November 15, 2011.
On-line voting starts November 20 to 12nn of December 1, 2011.
Photo exhibits of Top 25 entries in campuses November 22 to December 10, 2011.

How to Submit a Photo:
A registration form will be available in www.tfdp.net, Bente-Singko facebook page, freeallpoliticalprisoners facebook page, kabataan para sa karapatan (Youth for rights) facebook page and organizers’ offices. Up to 5 entries may be submitted per contestant per category.

Photos must be of high resolution in order to provide a usable image for reproduction:

Jpg format

300 dpi resolution printable at 11" x 14"
Minimum of 3300 x 4200 pixels
Atleast 8 megapixels or higher

Photos must solely owned by the entrant. Any person under 18 years of age appearing in the photograph is required to submit a written consent from his/her parent or guardian before deemed as an official entry to the competition.

Photos not meeting this requirement will not be considered in the photo contest.

Each entry may not have been previously commercially published. Entries must be sent via e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or at the office of the partner organization in your area

Registration forms:

1. Students Category

2. NGO/HRDs Category

3. OPEN Category


Rules, Terms, and Conditions:

1. ORGANIZERS. The photo contest is sponsored and managed by Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) and Center for Social Action, DLS-College of Saint Benilde.

2. PARTNERS. Youth for Rights (Y4R) and other school based organizations, Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates and Balay Rehabilitation Center.

3. SPONSORS. Alyansa Tigil Mina (ATM), Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearance (AFAD), Families of Victims of Involuntary Disappearance (FIND), Medical Action Group (MAG), Philippine Human Rights Information Center, Human Rights Defenders Pilipinas (HRD-Pilipinas), Human Rights Online Philippines and Alyansa.

4. RULES. The photo contest is governed by these rules, terms, and conditions (the Official Rules). By participating in the photo contest, you agree to these Official Rules and the decisions of the judges, which are final and binding. TFDP reserves the right to change these rules or cancel the photo contest at any time, at its sole discretion.

4. CATEGORIES.
25 finalists will be chosen from entries

  • The STUDENTS CATEGORY is open for students enrolled in any university in the country, at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. 10 finalists will be chosen from entries coming from the students. Entries must be made by way of the contest Website located at www.tfdp.net in accordance with the instructions at that page. Contest participants may submit up to five entries.
  • NGO/HRD CATEGORY: 10 finalists will be chosen from entries coming from NGOs/NGO workers and/or Human Rights Defenders. Same rules with the students’ category except that it is open for NGOs and/or NGO workers. No age limit and entries maybe of individual or of the organization.
  • OPEN CATEGORY: 5 finalists will be chosen from entries in the open category.  Same rules with students’ category except that it is open to all photographers and no age limit.


5. PROHIBITIONS. Images that are unlawful, libelous, slanderous, defamatory, or invasive of another person’s right of privacy are not allowed. TFDP shall not be liable in any way for such images. Any image that, in the sole discretion of TFDP, is considered inappropriate or unsuitable for publication will be deemed ineligible by TFDP.

Digital retouching on density, contrast adjustments, minor cropping, burning, and dodging may be tolerated, although major manipulation of main images through adding or subtracting are not allowed.

Do not put any markings such as watermarks or any symbols on the photos.

6. USE OF PHOTOS: By participating in the photo contest, you hereby grant TFDP a nonexclusive, non-revocable license to edit, publish, use, adapt and modify any image you submit. All photos will be used with proper attribution to the owner.

7. YOUR INFORMATION. The information submitted by you during the registration process includes your name and e-mail address (Personal Information) and will be used by TFDP only in accordance with TFDP privacy policy for the purpose of administrating your participation in the photo contest and for communication about other TFDP events and programs. Winners consent that their names may be published on TFDP future Publications.

8. WINNER SELECTION PROCESS. Photo contest winners will be determined through the following criteria of which 50% will come from selected judges and 50% from the on-line voting in the social networking site facebook (www.facebook.com/Task Force Detainees of the Philippines). The submitted images will be judged to the extent to which they meet the theme of the photo contest “Human Rights” and show a new perspective on the goals and objectives of the organization. In addition, entries will be judged on quality of image and originality.

Criteria for Judging
Content & Relevance   20
Composition                20
Artistic Value              20
Impact                        40


Each category (Students, NGOs and Amateur Photographers) will have One Grand winner and a Peoples’ choice each.

9. AWARDS. Winners will be awarded a plaque of recognition and certificates. The Grand Winners for each category will also receive a cash prize of P5,000.

TFDP may, at its discretion, revoke the award if the advertised award becomes unavailable for any reason. If a participant changes his/her e-mail address or telephone number after entering into the photo contest, it is his/her sole responsibility to notify TFDP by e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and/or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)
No. 45 Saint Mary Street, Cubao, Quezon City
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
www.tfdp.net
4378054

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 October 2011 17:19
 
Beinte Singko: Festival of memories, Creation of new stories Call for entries
General Campaigns
Friday, 30 September 2011 16:59

 

Beinte Singko: Festival of memories, Creation of new stories
Call for entries


Logo2_copy_smallBeinte Singko seeks to mainstream human rights and remind the people of the horrors of Martial Law and take stock of its lessons so that those dark years may never happen again.  

Bente Singko
will use old photographs taken and poetry written during Martial Law about the peoples’ aspirations for freedom and combine it with new interpretations by the new generation to convey the message to the people.  Stories will be told through the works of artists and activists who witnessed and even experienced the atrocities of martial law to share their stories and influence the public, especially today’s youth, to always remain vigilant.  It will also be a venue for the new generations’ interpretation and expression about the pressing issues of human rights today.

It is a festival of memories

Bente Singko commemorates the downfall of dictatorship by bringing back the memories and stories about heroism of freedom fighters, human rights defenders, activists and revolutionaries during that time

It is a creation of new stories

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Beinte Singko: Tinamaan ka ng Lente! HR Photo Contest invites students, human rights defenders and amateur photographers to submit photos that depict issues of human rights.
Tinamaan ka ng Lente is in its second year. The competition encourages expression and interpretation of the new generation about issues that are still present up to now.  Click for the mechanics.

 

 

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Beinte Singko: Berso sa Kalsada, tula ng paglaya is a poetry writing contest for students, political prisoners/detainees and their relatives and human rights defenders. Click here for the mechanics.

 

The festival will be conducted in schools. This will be instrumental in empowering students through the inputs of various artists. TFDP, having been established during the height of Martial Law, will look back at the struggles of the people, during Martial Law and learn from its lessons and encourage new generation to express their own interpretation about issues of today through the arts such as photography and poetry.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 September 2011 17:41
 
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