Despite promises of improvement to health services delivery and the health insurance model, the people in the Philippines are still struggling for access to good health care.
Following the election of Bongbong Marcos as president of the Philippines, health activists remain worried about the impact his presidency might have on the status of human rights in the country
From terror plots to national security threats, political dissenters faced several charges and labels for raising their voice and questioning excessive power
Since the extreme right-wing government of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power in 2014, there has been an increasing crackdown on political and student activists, who are often branded as Maoists and anti-nationals.
All the activists were involved in various people’s movements and struggle against state repression and corporate exploitation.