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about 1 month ago

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about 3 months ago

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about 3 months ago

Over a thousand indigenous people and their supporters march to Mendiola today to call on the government to stop attacking their communities and occupying their resource-rich ancestral lands for mining and other destructive activities.

about 4 months ago

President Duterte said he would not hesitate to bomb Lumad schools without government permits if they continue to operate.

about 1 year ago

Hundreds of indigenous people gathered on Friday at the University of the Philippines Diliman campus to call for an end to U.S.-Philippine war games. They also demanded that the government put a stop to the militarization of ancestral lands and an end to the exploitation of natural resources.

about 1 year ago

The two presidential candidates urged authorities to investigate the alleged arson of a refugee camp where 700 lumads were reportedly taking shelter.

about 1 year ago

A church-run lumad evacuation camp caught fire on Wednesday (February 24). Some groups believe a paramilitary group backed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is behind the fire.

about 1 year ago

A leader of indigenous people or 'lumad' in Talaingod, Davao del Norte said on Wednesday (January 20) that his group had declared tribal war or "pangayao" against the New People's Army (NPA) in their ancestral domain.

about 2 years ago

There is no war or a large-scale armed conflict in the Philippines, yet the Committee to Protect Journalists and other rights groups named it as among the worst offenders when it comes to impunity — the failure to bring perpetrators of human rights violations to justice.