This speech was delivered at the demonstration outside the Philippine consulate in Toronto, as part of the program of the 2021 Anakbayan Canada National Congress.
Canada-Philippines Solidarity Organization is organizing an art raffle fundraiser in support of jailed and slain activists on Negros Island Preview the artwork and buy raffle tickets here The raffle will… Continue reading Agricultural imperialism poses major climate & human rights threat in Negros Island, Philippines
This summer we witnessed the City of Toronto escalate its violent campaign to evict encampment residents from parks. During these clearings, over fifty encampment residents and defenders were arrested and… Continue reading Drop the Charges! In Solidarity with Encampment Residents
Canada-Philippines Solidarity Organization joins the international call for the release of Dr. Abimael Guzmán Reynoso, also known as Gonzalo, a former leader of the Communist Party of Peru which has… Continue reading Free Gonzalo!
On Friday, May 28th, elderly peace consultant and former priest Rustico L. Tan was shot and killed while sleeping in his home in Pilar, Camotes Island. Tan had been abducted… Continue reading Stop the Killings of Peace Consultants in the Philippines!
This week, the Israeli state has undertaken brutal attacks against the Palestinian people. In East Jerusalem, Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood face mass evictions in favour of Israeli settlers.… Continue reading Ongoing Nakba, Ongoing Resistance: In Solidarity with Palestine.
Anakbayan Toronto and Canada-Philippines Solidarity Organization (CPSO) denounce the Ford Government’s decision to provide police with “additional temporary authority” to make up for their inadequate attempts to curb COVID-19. The… Continue reading People power, not policing!
Earlier today elements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine National Police, and Department of Social Work and Development raided the Lumad bakwit school on the Talamban campus of… Continue reading On the blatant attack and illegal arrest of 25 lumad students, teachers and elders of Bakwit School in Cebu
As the number of political prisoners in the Philippines steadily climbs toward 700, the situation in the Philippines is a case of “one step forward, two steps back.” A step… Continue reading Statement on Recent Developments for PPs
Today CPSO-Toronto attended a launch for InvestigatePH, an international effort to investigate human rights abuses in the Philippines. We heard from a number of the high commissioners, as well as… Continue reading Investigate PH Launch