A report written for SAIH, we look at the trends in criminalisation of student activists in six different countries.
Stories about human rights and the fight to protect them.
Hate speech can incite violence in real life. What do we know about it and what can we do?
The BBC interviewed me last March about my experience on harassment and threats faced by environmental and human rights activists in the Philippines.
The list to end all lists. Here are the universities Imee Marcos graduated from.
Because NutriAsia has been facing serious labour issues and have lately resorted to violence, we need to exert effort and put pressure on the company to make sure they comply … Continue reading Your guide to #BoycottNutriAsia products
The past four months, our group for our Media in Practice module worked with Content Consultants to research on the feasibility of using mHealth for sexual, menstrual, and reproductive health … Continue reading [Academic]: Potential of mHealth for adolescents in India, South Africa, and the Philippines
When I was in 7th grade studying in a very conservative Catholic school, I clearly remember one of my teachers telling our class, “Martial Law is good, it disciplines people. … Continue reading On the current martial law in Mindanao
Written by Jovic Yee, published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer (I was interviewed by the writer on the meaning of martial law for millennials) (Last of two parts) Despite the … Continue reading To forget is not to heal