JOIN THE ONLINE CAMPAIGN
Join the online campaign to support the fifth year commemoration of the Ampatuan Maguindanao Massacre and the International Day to End Impunity (IDEI).
Please use the hashtags
#endimpunityinPH and #AmpatuanMassacre.
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Act against impunity. Join the Million Candles campaign on November 23, 2014, Sunday, 6 p.m. Gather at different sites. Light a candle wherever you are.
NINETEEN (19) journalists have been killed for their work in the Philippines since 2010 when Benigno Aquino III assumed the Presidency, even as delays hound the trial of the accused in the Ampatuan massacre. And in 2013 alone, at least 66 instances of threats, physical assaults, illegal arrests, libel suits and other forms of harassments have been recorded in the Philippines, including in the National Capital Region.
Journalists, artists, teachers, priests, filmmakers, writers, encompassing activists, ordinary people ATTACKED, THREATENED, ABUSED, DISAPPEARED, KILLED without PUNISHMENT without JUSTICE
Selected highlights of the Ampatuan Massacre Trial Year 3
No Ampatuan Massacre suspect has been convicted since the trial began in 5 January 2010. Click on the image below to enlarge.