Samidoun supports global day of action to #StopTheKillingsPH

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network joins in the global day of action on 14 September to stop the killings in the Philippines and build the international struggle for justice. Organized by Karapatan, the National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers, Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment, Pilipinas, the Ecumenical Voice for Human Rights and Peace in the Philippines, Civicus, ESCR-Net, AWID, IADL, APWLD, the Asia Pacific Network of Environment Defenders, the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, PCFS, and OMCT, the day of action marked the opening of the 45th session of the UN Human Rights Council.

The global day of action, which included in-person, online and Twitter calls to action, focused on extrajudicial killings targeting activists and human rights defenders, which have multiplied alongside the imprisonment of political prisoners in the Philippines. Karapatan reported, “In Quezon City, human rights activists unfurled a big “Stop the Killings” banner in Liwasang Diokno at the Commission on Human Rights compound. The hashtags #StopTheKillingsPH #HRC45 were used by individual advocates on Facebook and Twitter. Prior to September 14, human rights lawyers in Turkey conducted protest actions in several cities in their country to support the call, while rights advocates in Switzerland held a protest action in Bern.”

Samidoun U.S. coordinator Joe Catron

A statement signed by over 700 global organizations and advocates, including Samidoun, was submitted to the UNHRC, “citing the signing and enactment of the Anti-Terrorism Act which is “seen as a measure that will aggravate the attacks and vilification of human rights defenders and civil society” as well as the killings of peasant leader Randall Echanis and health activist Zara Alvarez in August, following the killings of relief worker Jory Porquia, peasant leader Nora Apique and urban poor leader Carlito Badion amid the imposition of lockdowns to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing killings linked to the government’s bloody campaign against illegal drugs.”

As noted previously, “While the so-called “Anti-Terror Law” in the Philippines imposes yet another threat upon people’s rights defenders and activists struggling to defend the land, workers and people from imperialism and exploitation, these same human rights defenders are subjected to a vicious campaign of state terror. Duterte has aligned himself with all of the most extreme right, fascist forces in the world, from the military might of U.S. imperialism to the Israeli occupation regime.

Palestinian writer Khaled Barakat

Indeed, Duterte carried out the first visit of a president of the Philippines to Israel, deepening the economic, agricultural and scientific relationship between the Israeli occupation regime and the Philippines, and thanking Israel for its ‘critical assistance’ in the so-called ‘war on terror.’ In reality, the “war on terror” in the Philippines consists of violent repression of workers, peasants and human rights defenders. There have been thousands of extrajudicial killings in just the past three years, including over 50 lawyers gunned down, with no justice or accountability.

Duterte even initiated joint “counter-terrorist training” programs for the Armed Forces of the Philippines under the direction of the Israeli Occupation Forces, enhancing the oppression of people in the Philippines through tactics learned and tested through war crimes, crimes against humanity and creeping genocide targeting the Palestinian people. This includes the false labeling of resistance organizations, people’s movements and strugglers against colonialism as ‘terrorists,’ in Palestine, the Philippines, the United States and elsewhere. As the Israeli occupier stands with its fellow war criminal Duterte, the people’s movements of Palestine stand with the people’s movements of the Philippines in a collective struggle for justice.”

Samidoun international coordinator Charlotte Kates

We stand with the people’s movement in the Philippines and around the world in calling for justice, accountability and an end to the targeting of activists and human rights defenders for political imprisonment and extrajudicial killings, and add our voice to thousands of others raised on this day.

Republished below is the international statement from Karapatan:

Stop the killings! UN Human Rights Council, investigate the human rights situation in the Philippines!

During the 44th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UN HRC) in June 2020, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet reported the widespread and systematic human rights violations in the Philippines. The High Commissioner found that domestic mechanisms have failed to ensure accountability, and that there is persistent impunity for human rights violations. She also cited that authorities’ harmful rhetoric inciting hatred and violence against women, human rights defenders, political opposition, civil society, indigenous peoples, drug users and peddlers, and relief workers, which continued during the COVID-19 period, could amount to a violation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

Weeks after the release of Bachelet’s comprehensive report, the human rights situation in the Philippines took a turn for the worse. In the first week of July, the President signed the Anti-Terror Act that is seen as a measure that will aggravate the attacks and vilification of human rights defenders and civil society. The exercise of fundamental freedoms and rights has been compromised, with numerous challenges to press freedom and activists and protesters arrested and detained on flimsy charges. In August, only days apart, peasant leader Randall Echanis and health activist Zara Alvarez were summarily executed in separate incidents, following the killings of relief worker Jory Porquia, peasant leader Nora Apique and urban poor leader Carlito Badion during the COVID-19 lockdown. The lawyer and paralegal volunteer assisting the family of Echanis are now facing police complaints for allegedly obstructing its investigation. Threats of violence, including death threats, against activists and human rights defenders have continued unabated.

We must put a stop to these unrelenting attacks now. And this worsening situation would not end as long as those who perpetrate them run free and unscathed. These perpetrators must be brought to justice before any court, tribunal or body that will act independently, with impartiality, and effectively, having allegiance to human rights and justice instead of powers that be. We need true accountability and genuine transparency in the inquiry into these human rights violations, removing the possibility that investigations would only shield and even absolve the persons liable for the crimes.

We cannot rely on the promise of a government that has shown great disdain and disrespect of human rights to exact accountability and operate with transparency. This government has shown nothing but contempt for individuals and experts, including those in the UN and the International Criminal Court, who independently and impartially seek investigation into the relentless human rights violations in the Philippines.

The Philippine Justice Secretary, during the 44th UNHRC Session, denied the existence of impunity in the Philippines, promising the creation of an inter-agency panel to review the 5,655 killings during the police’s anti-illegal drug operations. He denied allegations of widespread and systematic killings as well as other human rights violations. He stressed that the Government has respected human rights and other fundamental freedoms, reiterating the existence of accountability measures, such as an inter-agency committee on extralegal killings, enforced disappearances, torture, and other grave violations of the right to life, liberty and security of persons.

We have witnessed a long history of domestic inter-agency task forces and fact-finding commissions promising to act without fear or favor. But we repeatedly have been frustrated and even enraged by the fruitlessness and ineffectiveness of these so-called domestic accountability measures. Rather than help, these government bodies have even contributed to the infrastructure of impunity and miscarriage of justice against the victims of human rights violations.

With the 45th session of the Human Rights Council beginning today, we call on the UN Human Rights Council to exercise its mandate and urgently create an independent and impartial investigative mechanism on the rampant extrajudicial killings and human rights violations in the Philippines. The Human Rights Council’s action may contribute significantly to deter further human rights violations in the Philippines. Likewise, we also support other initiatives in urging States all over the world to send the message that such level of impunity in the Philippines is unacceptable.

This must happen now before we lose another Zara Alvarez, another Randall Echanis, another Jory Porquia, another Kian delos Santos, and another Filipino to these cruel, widespread and systematic violations. ###


Karapatan Alliance Philippines
National Union of People’s Lawyers (NUPL)
Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment (Kalikasan) Pilipinas
Ecumenical Voice for Human Rights and Peace in the Philippines (EcuVoice)
Civicus World Alliance for Citizen Participation
International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net)
Association of Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)
International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL)
Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)
Asia Pacific Network of Environmental Defenders (APNED)
International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP)
People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS)
World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT)
Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR)
International Coalition Against Enforced Disappearances (ICAED)
Protection International
JASS (Just Associates) Southeast Asia
Public Services International – Asia Pacific
Education International – Asia Pacific
Pesticide Action Network – Asia Pacific
Iniciativa Mesoamericana de Mujeres Defensoras de Derechos Humanos (IM-Defensores)
Pesticide Action Network – North America
Asia Pacific Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines
Confederation of Lawyers of Asia and the Pacific (COLAP)
Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants
Indigenous Peoples’ Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL)
IBON International
Proyecto de Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales (ProDESC), Mexico
Odhikar, Bangladesh
Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and the Rule of Law
Common Room, Indonesia
PERETAS (Women Across Borders), Indonesia
Democratic Lawyers Association of Bangladesh
LGBT+ Welfare Alliance, US
V-Artivist, Hong Kong
International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) – US Chapter
Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights
Centre for Human Rights & Development (CHRD), Mongolia
Indian Association of Lawyers
Malaya Movement, US
Giuristi Democratici, Italy
Progressive Lawyers Association, Turkey
PROGRESS, Indonesia
Asociación Americana de Juristas, Puerto Rico
Migrante International-Canada
Asociación Libre de Abogadas y Abogados, Spain
Action des Chrétiens Activistes des Droits de l’Homme à Shabunda (ACADHOSHA), Congo
Centre Action Sociale Réhabilitation et Réadaptation pour les Victimes de la Torture, de la guerre et de la violence (SOHRAM-CASRA), Turkey
Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM), India
Bagong Alyansang Makabayan – USA
People’s Watch, India
All India Lawyers Union
Filipino Domestic Workers Association, United Kingdom
Migrante Como Milano, Italy
New South Wales Teachers Union, Australia
Rights Watch AP, India
Migrante International – France
Uyirootal Trust, India
Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, India
PROHAM, Malaysia
Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service (SSTARS), Australia
African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims
Centre for Social Education and Development (CSED), India
People’s Action for Rural Awakening, India
International Longshore & Warehouse Union, US
People’s Choice, India
KUNCI Study Forum & Collective, Indonesia
Contre la Torture en Tunisie, Tunisia
Vox Populi Initiative, Congo
Associacio Catalana per la Pau, Spain
Hong Kong-Filipino Friends
Ugnayan ng mga Pilipino sa Belgium
Intal, Belgium
Viva Salud, Belgium
International Longshore & Warehouse Union-Local Union 5, US
Migrante International – Europe
Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
Human Rights and Consumer Production Society, India
Society for Integrated Rural Development, India
Citizen for Human Rights Movement, India
Filipino CARES, United Kingdom
Dalit Human Rights Defenders Network, India
CIC Concern Group, Hong Kong
Migrant Solidarity Committee, Hong Kong
Justice and Peace Netherlands
Pusat Kajian Etnografi Komunitas Adat, Indonesia
NawaSLITU, Sri Lanka
Gabriela – New York, USA
Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples, Hong Kong
Moving Artists International
Fridays for Future Brazil
Human Rights Center of the National Council of Churches in Korea, South Korea
Çağdaş Hukukçular Derneği, Turkey
KASAMMAKo, South Korea
Migrante International – Netherlands
Union of Turkish Bars, Turkey
International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) – Canada
New York – Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (NYCHRP)
Kalimantan Women’s Alliance, Indonesia
Korea Women’s Association United (KWAU), South Korea
Lawyers for a Democratic Society (MINBYUN), South Korea
Korean House for International Solidarity (KHIS), South Korea
Pax Christi Victoria, Australia
Hak Inisiyatifi Derneği, Turkey
Fridays for Future, Germany
Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC)
Asociación Libre de Abogadas y Abogados (ALA), Spain
Stop the Wall Campaign, Palestine
Netherlands Philippine Solidarity Association
PROGRESS Lawyers Network, Belgium
Migrante International – Austria
Support for Women in Agriculture and Environment (SWAGEN), Uganda
Centre for Philippine Concerns, Canada
Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT) Germany
Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT) Belgium
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre
Mandacarù Onlus, Italy
Les Corner Empowerment Association, Hong Kong
Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union, South Korea
Migrante International – Australia
Sciopero per il clima Svizzera, Switzerland
Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers, United Kingdom
Quinoa ASBL, Belgium
Revolutionary Socialist League, Kenya
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Zambia Social Forum
Instituto Politécnico Tomás Katari, Bolivia
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Fridays For Future Rosario, Argentina
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National Ecumenical-Interfaith Forum for Filipino Concerns- Northern California, USA
Ponlok Khmer, Cambodia
VIKALPANI (National Women’s Federation), Sri Lanka
Coalition of Cambodian Farmer Community (CCFC)
Bangladesh Agricultural Farm Labour Federation
National Women Farmers and Workers Association (NWFA), Bangladesh
Cambodia Youth Network
SERUNI, Indonesia
Project South, USA
Coalition for the Safety and Protection of Human Rights Defenders, PANA, Kazakhstan
Public Association “Dignity”, Kazakhstan
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights
Aliansi Gerakan Reforma Agraria (AGRA), Indonesia
Institute for National Democracy Studies (INDIES), Indonesia
Asian Migrant Coordinating Body- Hong Kong
Reel Women – Hong Kong
Women Festival- Hong Kong
International Migrants Alliance – Hong Kong & Macau
ILPS Hong Kong & Macau
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Abra Tinguian Ilocano Society – Hong Kong
Abra Migrant Workers Welfare Association, Hong Kong
Annak ti Maeng Tubo-Hong Kong
Association of Concerned Filipinos, Hong Kong
Association of Indonesian Migrant Workers, Hong Kong
Baggak Cultural Group, Hong Kong
Bangued Migrants Workers Association, Hon Kong
Bayan Hong Kong and Macau
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Bucloc Overseas Workers Association, Hong Kong
Cuyapo OFW Association Hong Kong
Divine Word Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Dolores Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Filipino Friends, Hong Kong
Filipino Lesbian Organization, Hong Kong
Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers Union, Hong Kong
Filipino Migrant Workers Union, Hong Kong
Filipino Migrant Workers Union – Chater Garden, Hong Kong
Filipino Migrant Workers Union- Bus 13, Hong Kong
Filipino Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Filipino Women Migrant Association, Hong Kong
Friends of Bethune House, Hong Kong
Gabriela Hong Kong
Gabriela Hong Kong Bank
Ganagan San Juan Association
HK Campaign for Human Rights and Peace in the Philippines, Hong Kong
Iglesia Filipina Independiente -HK Fellowship Officers, Hong Kong
Indonesian Migrant Workers Union
Kalinga Province Hong Kong Workers Association, Hong Kong
Lacub Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Lagangilang Overseas Association, Hong Kong
Langiden Migrants Organization, Hong Kong
Lapaz Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Licuan-Baay HK Association, Hong Kong
Likha Filipino Migrants Cultural Organization, Hong Kong
Luzviminda Migrante, Hong Kong
Maeng Tribe of Abra Luba-Hong Kong
Malibcong Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Migrante Pangasinan, Hong Kong
Migrante Pier, Hong Kong
Migrante Shatin, Hong kong
Migrante Tamar, Hong Kong
Migrante Tsing Ti, Hong Kong
Migrante Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Migrante Visayas, Hong Kong
Migrante Yuen Long, Hong Kong
Migranteng Artista ng Bayan, Hong Kong
Migrants Association of San Isidro, Hong Kong
Mission Volunteers (MOVERS), Hong Kong
Organic Cultural and Environmental Organization, Hong Kong
Overseas Nepali Workers Association
Pangasinan Organization for Welfare Empowerment and Rights, Hong Kong
Philippine Independent Church- Choir, Hong Kong
Promotion of Church Peoples’ Response, Hong Kong
Samahang Migrante, Hong Kong
Sta. Maria Migrants Association, Hong Kong
Timpuyog Ti Tayum, Hong Kong
United Manabonians Hong Kong
United Pangasinan in Hong Kong
WOPIC Antique, Hong Kong
Thai Regional Alliance, Hong Kong
International Association of Women in Radio and Television – Philippines
Artist Alliance for Genuine Land Reform and Rural Development (SAKA), Philippines
National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP)
Amnesty International – Pilipinas
Samahan ng Ex-Detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto (SELDA)
Tanggol Bayi
Concerned Artists of the Philippines
Karapatan Negros
Bagong Alyansang Makabayan Negros
Save Palawan Movement
ANNVIK Save Nueva Vizcaya Movement
Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas
Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas – Bicol
Resbak – Philippines
Unyon ng mga Manggagawa sa Agrikultura (UMA)
Sining Na Naglilingkod sa Bayan (Art for the People)
Ibon Foundation
Kabataan Partylist
National Union of People’s Lawyers (NUPL) – Cebu Law Students
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines
National Union of Students of the Philippines
People’s Forum on Peace for Life Inc.
Karapatan Bicol
Center for Environmental Concerns – Philippines
Migrante International
NNARA-Youth UP Diliman
Anakpawis -Western Mindanao
Union of Peoples’ Lawyers in Mindanao



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Liesbeth Viaene, Belgium
Dinçer Çalım, Turkey
Kemal Toraman, Turkey
Clara Handler, Austria
Naz Tuğçe Ceylan, Turkey
Hatice Aslan Atabay, Turkey
Amil Sanday, Philippines
Rodrigo Moreira, Brazil
Ida Estioko, United Kingdom
Uğur Canlı, Turkey
Clemens Huber, Austria
Hasan Oral, Turkey
Ayse Bingöl Demir, United States
Kiraz Kevser Naneci, Turkey
Tiffany Simon, United States
Ali Bozan, Turkey
Aruna Shantha Nonis, Sri Lanka
Dasarathi GV, India
Devrim Cem Erturan, Turkey,
Grace Valdez, Philippines
Hazal Aydın, Turkey
Lies Michielsen, Belgium
Chelsea Mae Manuel, Philippines
Aysegul Kiris, Turkey
Hendrik Staarink, Netherlands
Gamze Yentür, Turkey
Johnson Demin, Philippines
Sibel Uludağ, Turkey
Katrien Redeke, Netherlands
Servet Tepe, Turkey
Beste Salman, Turkey
Treenee Lopez, Canada
Hanneke Koppejan, Netherlands
Ahmey Bilal, United States
Gertrude Kenyangi, Uganda
Nevroz Bozkuş Karagöz, Turkey
Hind Riad, Belgium
Elvan Olkun, Turkey
Marie Boti, Canada
Mariz Tumambing, Philippines
Beatrice De Blasi, Italy
Faith Cuenca, Philippines
Songul Ates, Canada
Büyük yiğit Suat,,Turkey
Акмарал Жумагулова, Kazakhstan
Ron Shamelle Javier, Philippines
Jaswinder Singh Sidhu, India
Kennis Kwan, Hong Kong
Alianah Jehan Sumndad, Philippines
Leny Simbre, Canada
Lily Flordelis, Philippines
Marina Sofi, United States
Josh Dubnau,United States
Brenda Wymeersch, Belgium
Dawn Maxine Quiambao, Philippines
Melchor Garcia, Australia
Hasan Tarique Chowdhury, Bangladesh
Agatha Canape, Philippines
Münip Ermiş, Turkey
Tahsin Bilğay, Turkey
Laura Foglia, Switzerland
Sıla Abalay, Turkey
Ersin Aygül, Turkey
Joel Bermudez, Philippines,
Nurdan Kılıç, Turkey
Katrina Jackson, Philippines,
Federico Didonè, Belgium
Lilac Fameronag, Philippines
Norma Binas, Philippines
Lewis Maghanga, Kenya
Kilian Steinberg, Germany
Shamila Rathnasooriya, Sri Lanka
Gershom Kabaso, Zambia
Shiphrah Belonguel, Philippines
Gabriemle Holazo, Philippines
Alejandro Barrios, Bolivia
Turgay Karataş, Germany
Kyung Uk Jang, South Korea
Gözde Ekici, Turkey
Tim De Roeck, Belgium
Suna Aras, Turkey
Kim Hee Jin, South Korea
Reber Mazlum Safran, Turkey
María Cecilia Quaglino, Argentina
Ceyhun Yıldız, Turkey
İbrahim Korhan, Turkey
Coşkun Uysal, United States
Ümran Aykut, Turkey
Ng Wai Chiu, Hong Kong
LJ Rebadolla, Philippines
Janry Salcedo, Philippines
Muharrem Ata, Turkey
Ilknur Inanlı, Turkey
Carl Catedral, United States
Urko Aiartza, United States
Jesús Guarneros Díaz, Mexico
Ton Selbach, Netherlands
Viory Schellekens, Netherlands
Jeannette Schoone, Netherlands
Annie Kerkhove, Belgium
Josefina Forcadilla, Canada
Murat Rohat Özbay, Turkey
Tatiana Lukman, Netherlands
Eda Doğan, Turkey
Inti Paredes, Canada
Fügen Turhan, Germany
Kaeziel Santillan, Philippines
Era Rey, Philippines
Gregory Reynolds, Australia
Thabita Manga, United States
Ip David, United States
Kyaw Marma, Bangladesh
Prof. George Andreopoulos, US
Rev. Ray Sison, Methodist International Church- Hong Kong
Vida Sison, Methodist International Church- Hong Kong
Bruce Van Voorhis, Hong Kong
Legislative Councilor Fernando Chueng, Hong Kong
Rev. Dwight Dela Torre- Iglesia Filipina Indepiendente, Hong Kong