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MAMAMAYAN AYAW SA KARAHASAN (MASK CAMPAIGN)
General Campaigns
Sunday, 27 August 2017 11:33

MAMAMAYAN AYAW SA KARAHASAN (MASK CAMPAIGN)

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Lumalganap ang KULTURA NG KARAHASAN pinangungunahan ng pamahalaan pa mismo sa bansa. Sumasalanta ito sa marami sa kasalukuyan at mamanahin ng mga susunod na henerasyon ang malalim na epekto nito sa mamamayan. Bukod sa ito ay tahasang paglabag sa karapatang pantao, nag-iiwan ito ng malalim na takot sa mamamayang ang nais ay mabuhay sa isang lipunang payapa at maunlad.

Ang mga KARAHASAN sa mamamayan ay maraming mukha. Mula sa lumalalang patayan sa ilalim ng polisiyang KILL KILL KILL hanggang sa karahasan sa pangkabuhayan ng mamamayan. Mararahas na polisiyang pagpatay din ang tanging solusyon, mga mungkahing batas na sa halip na magmalasakit ay nais pang magparusa sa ating mga menor de edad. Mga hakbang na dumadahas sa kalikasan, kasaysayan at batayang pangangailangan ng marami. Maging ang pagkahumaling sa batas militar na sisikil sa mamamayan.

Ang mga may mabubuting hangarin at tutol sa lumalalang karahasan sa lipunan ang pinasasama pa ang imahe ng organisadong makinaryang ang hangarin ay bumuo ng KULTURA NG TAKOT at PANANAHIMIK. Kung ayaw mo sa karahasan at may malasakit ka pa sa kalalagayan ng bansa – susuportahan mo ang kampanya laban dito. Dahil dalawa lang ang pagpipilian, sa KARAHASAN ka ba o HINDI.

Ang MAMAMAYAN AYAW SA KARAHASAN (MASK CAMPAIGN) ay isang kampaniya ng Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) laban sa mga MARAHAS NA POLISIYA ng Gobyerno. Hihikayatin ang mabubuting mamamayan na itakwil ang kasamaan ng namumuong KULTURA ng KARAHASAN na sumasalanta sa marami at salungat sa isang lipunang may takot sa diyos, mapayapa, maunlad at makatao.

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Nais ng kampaniya na mabasag o maudlot ang tangkang pagpapatahimik sa mas malawak na bilang na mamamayang tutol sa KARAHASANG nangyayari ngayon sa bansa. Sa pamamagitan ng pagtatangkang abutin ang mga ordinaryong mamamayan na ayaw sa anumang karahasan sa lipunan at magbuklod upang sama-samang masalag at mapatigil ang KARAHASAN.

Nais din natin na magtulungan na maipaalam sa marami ang alternatibang pamamahala nakabatay sa karapatang pantao at “Restorative Justice”.

Nais nating ang MASK ay makaambag sa iba pang mga inisyatiba at pagkukusa at makadagdag sa tinig ng mamamayan laban sa anumang KARAHASAN.

ANG ATING PANAWAGAN SA MAMAMAYANG PILIPINO

Mabuting mamamayan at may pagmamalasakit sa kapwa, MAGKAISA. Ayawan ang anumang KARAHASAN nang sama-sama.

ANG ATING SIMBOLO

Ang maskarang puti na may luhang dugo ay nagpapakita na tayo ay ordinaryong tao na lumuluha dahil sa nangyayaring karahasan sa lipunan.

Maskara na nangangahulugan din ng kawalang pagkakilalan upang maging mukha ninuman at madaling makiisa ang sinumang may nais. Habang magbibigay din ito ng pagkakataon para sa mga nais magprotesta ngunit nangangamba, magsisilbing proteksiyon mula sa pangdadahas ng mga hindi sang-ayon sa atin, lalo na mula sa mararahas na tagapagtanggol ng KARAHASAN.

Ang MASKARA ay maaari ring mag-iba ng kulay bilang simbolo ng sektor o isyung apektado ng KARAHASAN. Halimbawa ay Berde para sa protesta laban sa KARAHASAN SA KALIKASAN at sa mga TAGAPAGTANGGOL. Lilak para sa protesta laban sa KARAHASAN SA KABABAIHAN. O kaya ay RAINBOW para sa protesta laban sa KARAHASAN SA LGBT.

TEASER_MARAHAS_2SINU-SINO ANG MAARING MAGING MASK?

Lahat ng may mabuting puso at malasakit sa kapwa tao at sa bansa at handang makiisa sa ating kampaniya ay maaring maging MAMAMAYAN AYAW SA KARAHASAN.

Basta tutol ka sa KARAHASAN at nais umambag sa anumang abot ng makakaya sa kampaniya.

ANO ANG GAGAWIN NG NAIS MAKIISA

Tumulong sa pag-abot sa ating mga kakilala, kaibigan at kamag-anak na AYAW din sa KARAHASAN. Ipaliwanag sa kanila ang ating hangarin.

Makiisa at lumahok sa mga panawagan at aktibidad ng MASK sa online o kaya sa offline.

I-like at ishare ang mga posts ng TFDP sa facebook @TaskForceDetainees, i-follow sa twitter @TFDPupdates

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 August 2017 11:52
 
The Philippines Faces Barrage of Concerns at the UN Human Rights Council
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Friday, 09 June 2017 12:12
The Philippines Faces Barrage of Concerns at the UN Human Rights Council

forum_asia_logo(Bangkok/Geneva, 8 June 2017) – The Philippines faced international opprobrium on Wednesday at the UN Human Rights Council (Council) where 32 States jointly urged the Government to end extrajudicial killings and threats against human rights defenders. The joint statement, delivered by Iceland called on the Philippines to cooperate with human rights mechanisms by allowing the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions to visit the country without conditions, and to accept and implement the recommendations that it received during its Universal Periodic Review last May.

The statement followed a presentation by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, who expressed concern about personal threats and insults faced by the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, as a result of her work on the Philippines.

Despite a high level of international attention on the human rights situation in the Philippines, the Government has not taken any steps to address concerns. ‘The joint statement on the Philippines by the 32 States shows that there is sustained attention on the human rights situation in the country despite its repeated attempts to deny that there is a problem when defending its ‘war on drugs’ at international forums,’ says Rosanna Ocampo of the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA).
Last Updated on Friday, 09 June 2017 12:15
 
Lift Martial Law, Uphold Human Rights
General Campaigns
Thursday, 08 June 2017 18:05

Lift Martial Law, Uphold Human Rights

In recent days, details of what has happened and is happening in Marawi are coming out.

The bases for the declaration of martial law stand on shaky grounds. No less than DND chief Delfin Lorenzana has admitted they could contain the Maute Group without martial law and in fact he did not recommend its imposition.

Now the President threatened to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in the Visayas.

So far what has been revealed is that a failed “surgical operation” to capture Isnilon Hapilon triggered the Marawi crisis.

Government forces have responded in a heavy-handed manner with continuing aerial strikes. Sadly, it has destroyed Marawi but has miserably failed to flush out the terrorists.

Internally displaced persons now number in the hundreds of thousands. Homes and lives have been ruined. Marawi, used to be a melting pot of different peoples and cultures, is now a “no-man’s land”.

This war must stop. This madness must end.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 June 2017 18:08
 
No to militarist approaches to solve the nation’s problems!
General Campaigns
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 14:10

No to militarist approaches to solve the nation’s problems!

Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) is deeply concerned with the Mindanao-wide declaration of martial law and its effects on human rights.

To begin with, Proclamation No. 55 declaring a state of national emergency on account of lawless violence is still in place.

Is the Duterte administration admitting that it is powerless to curtail and contain lawless elements without special powers such as martial law? Is not the response too heavy-handed to handle the Maute group?

TFDP believes that the declaration of martial law in Mindanao is a slippery slope and will be at the expense of human rights, justice and peace. Innocent civilians will become the victims. We might end up creating a bigger monster – a dictator – rather than solving the age-old problems of injustice, discrimination and maldevelopment in Mindanao and the entire country.

History has proven that martial law under the Marcos regime did not solve the nation’s problems. It only created longer-lasting problems which we still grapple with to this very day – poverty, inequality, maldevelopment, injustice, exclusion.

History has also proven that a hardline, militarist approach to resolve issues underlying the secessionist and even the religious fundamentalism now spreading will not result to a climate of peace and justice. It will only fan the flames of protest and rebellion.

Criminal elements in Mindanao and elsewhere are a police matter. Let excellent police work anchored on human rights and solid investigation efforts be allowed to proceed.

Revoke the martial law declaration!

No to militarist approaches to solve the nation’s problems!

 

EMMANUEL AMISTAD

Executive Director

Task Force Detainees of the Philippines

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 May 2017 14:11
 
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