30 November 2011

Philippines adopts 23 November as National Day to End Impunity


A march in Manila organised by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility on the International Day to End Impunity left behind a trail of impunity in the form of outlines of bodies chalked on the streets to depict the incessant killings
A march in Manila organised by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility on the International Day to End Impunity left behind a trail of impunity in the form of outlines of bodies chalked on the streets to depict the incessant killings
Ayi Muallam

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A march in Manila organised by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility on the International Day to End Impunity left behind a trail of impunity in the form of outlines of bodies chalked on the streets to depict the incessant killings. Actions like this led the Philippine Senate to adopt a resolution declaring 23 November as a National Day to End Impunity. See what other IFEX members got up to on the day at daytoendimpunity.org.


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