AKAP launches CRBP Online Training for Government

The Children’s Rights and Business Principles (CRBP) Online Training for Government is designed for officials and employees from different government agencies. The training will cover topics on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the ten (10) CRBP principles, and its relevance to the dynamic relation of the government agencies and its business partners concerning work immersion for students, child safeguarding policies, and monitoring and evaluation of compliance with policies relevant to children’s rights.



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.


AKAP to conduct CRBP training for businesses

AKAP to conduct CRBP training for businesses

MANILA, Philippines — In line with its thrust to protect and promote children’s rights in the Philippines, child rights desk Adhikain para sa Karapatang Pambata (AKAP) of the Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) will conduct an online training seminar on Children’s...

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AKAP launches CRBP Online Training for Government

AKAP launches CRBP Online Training for Government

The Children's Rights and Business Principles (CRBP) Online Training for Government was launched yesterday, 8 March 2021. The training will make use of asynchronous sessions and live webinars from 8 to 26 March 2021. Participants are representatives from different...

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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.


Statement on the Community Pantries

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the vulnerable groups more exposed to the virus mainly because of their limited capacity to practice social distancing and the need to go out and earn a living as staying at home is not a viable option. They are the ones who suffer the...

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Statement on the Passage of House Bill 7814

The Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC) strongly denounces the passage of HB 7814, as a blatant violation of the basic human and constitutional right to be presumed innocent.  Amidst serious concerns regarding the Duterte administration’s ongoing war against...

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