Filipino relatives of victims of drug-related killings hold pictures as they attend a Manila church mass in March 2019 in support of a complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte filed at the International Criminal Court. Photo: EPA-EFE
Filipino relatives of victims of drug-related killings hold pictures as they attend a Manila church mass in March 2019 in support of a complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte filed at the International Criminal Court. Photo: EPA-EFE

Duterte’s war on drugs: global human rights coalition to aid International Criminal Court in Philippines inquiry

  • Investigate PH, comprised of foreign-based church groups, lawyers and political leaders, will gather evidence of the president’s misdeeds for the ICC
  • Group will also probe “red-tagging” of student activists, human rights advocates, lawyers, teachers and religious leaders

Topic |   Human rights
Filipino relatives of victims of drug-related killings hold pictures as they attend a Manila church mass in March 2019 in support of a complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte filed at the International Criminal Court. Photo: EPA-EFE
Filipino relatives of victims of drug-related killings hold pictures as they attend a Manila church mass in March 2019 in support of a complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte filed at the International Criminal Court. Photo: EPA-EFE
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