Numerous apps currently available through Apple are actively promoting the war on people who use drugs in the Philippines, a war that has resulted in the state-endorsed murders of more than 13,000 people – many of them children – ostensibly suspected of using or selling drugs since June 2016.
The people of the Philippines deserve justice and for their right to life, liberty and security of person to be restored and not threatened. As an impartial body, we urge the International Criminal Court to investigate these killings and prosecute if necessary.
Over 300 people from church, politic, culture, drugs Help- and human rights structures from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Norway, Slovenia, Canada, Australia, South Africa , El Salvador, Argentina, Mexico, Hong Kong and the USA have appealed to the Pope in Rome.
#StopDuterteNow is a global campaign that aims to put an end to Duterte’s reign of terror in the Philippines. The campaign follows a series of short video messages that will directly address to Duterte, explaining him how we feel about his war on drugs.
The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) and the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD), through our national network allies and colleagues, are leading a global week of action against the extrajudicial killings of people who use drugs in the Philippines. The global week of action will take place in the week beginning October 10th 2016. The week will focus actions at embassies and consulates of the Philippines around the world. You are encouraged to take the lead in identifying an appropriate date in the week for a peaceful demonstration at embassies and consulates.
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