Statement

Marcos Jr administration doesn’t uphold the economic rights of Filipinos

December 10, 2022

The Marcos Jr administration entered its sixth month in office failing in its responsibility to uphold economic, social an cultural rights

Celebrating Bonifacio Day by advocating for social transformation

November 30, 2022

We celebrate Bonifacio’s life by emulating what he has done for the country. As teachers, it is our task to teach what heroes like Bonifacio have contributed for the country.

Gov’t fails to convince int’l community of improved human rights situation in PH

November 15, 2022

At the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 4th cycle of the Universal Periodic Review, many countries expressed concerns about ongoing human rights violations in the country and the Philippine government’s inadequate responses to recommendations made in the last cycle in 2017.

No Moving on When Democracy is Threatened with Elitist, Authoritarian Politics

May 25, 2022

Filipino educators join the mounting calls of concerned citizens, communities and people’s organizations for the COMELEC to not dismiss and instead to seriously investigate reports of fraud, disinformation, disenfranchisement, and vote-buying in the 2022 national elections.

IBON statement on the New Bataan 5 massacre

March 1, 2022

We decry the government’s so-called anti-terrorism campaign which is being used to put down struggles to assert rights, social justice and development.

Attacks on green producers violate right to till and undermine food security

February 4, 2022

Government inaction in the face of the attacks against farmers is consistent with its decades-long neglect of Filipino farmers and the Philippine agriculture sector.

IBON: Reject RCEP

January 31, 2022

It’s long overdue to let go of the reckless abandonment of agriculture and the Philippine economy to market forces that the Philippines is ill-prepared to take advantage of. IBON calls on our senators to reject Philippine membership in RCEP.