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The Kick-start of BATA MUNA 2022

With the start of 2022 and nearing the campaign period for the 2022 Philippine Elections, Bata Muna 2022: Bumoto Para sa Kapakanan ng mga Bata will officially launch the Children Electoral Agenda developed by children.

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ATENEO HUMAN RIGHTS CENTER

The Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) is a university-based institution engaged in the promotion and protection of human rights in the Philippines. With its vision to have a just and humane society and the mission to respect, protect and promote human rights most especially in the Philippines, the AHRC works to achieve its objectives through engagement with communities and partner organisations.

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The Kick-start of BATA MUNA 2022

The Kick-start of BATA MUNA 2022

    MANILA, Philippines — Bata Muna is a non-partisan network of civil society organizations and government agencies supporting electoral advocacy for children. This movement began in 2013 in congruence with the Philippine Elections and relaunch again for...

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AHRC and NTFP host Paralegal Training for IP Youth Leaders

AHRC and NTFP host Paralegal Training for IP Youth Leaders

MANILA, Philippines  — The Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) and the Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP) Exchange Program recently conducted a two-day Paralegal Training program for Indigenous People (IP) youth leaders.  Focused on empowering IP youth leaders...

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AHRC concludes 2021 Summer Internship Program

AHRC concludes 2021 Summer Internship Program

MANILA, Philippines — The Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) recently concluded its 2021 Summer Internship Program (SIP).  Part of the AHRC’s flagship Internship Program, the SIP sought to expose law students to human rights advocacy and the situation in the...

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The program implements its three main activities, namely, the Summer Internship Program (SIP), Semestral Break Internship Program (SBIP), and the Replication Program. After their internship, the program continuously implements support activities that provide the interns with opportunities to continue their human rights advocacy. The resident interns conduct various of activities throughout the academic year in ALS. Activities may vary from celebrating women’s, children’s, Pride (LGBTQIA+), Indigenous Peoples’ months, commemorating EDSA Revolution, combatting historical revisionism surrounding the martial law era, and raising awareness on other emerging human rights issues.

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