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List of Petitioners

Total Number of Petitioners: 221

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Name Country Organisation
1. N A India  
2. Yuwen Abela Philippines Karatula
3. Jeffry Acaba Philippines Amnesty International Philippines
4. Fleur Adcock Australia  
5. Albert Aguilar Philippines First Quarter Storm Movement
6. Ayodele Akele Nigeria Labour,Health and Human Rights Development Centre
7. Khurshida Akter Bangladesh Bangladesh Kishani Sabha
8. Mohammad Khorshed Alam Bangladesh Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha
9. Badrul Alam Bangladesh Bangladesh Krishok Federation
10. Alamira Rasmia Nafisa Alonto Saudi Arabia  
11. Ellen Ambags Netherlands Mama Cash
12. Rina Anastacio Philippines Migrante International
13. Jessica Anderson United Kingdom  
14. Edgar Arbozo Philippines Antipolo Peoples' Congress (APC or Kongreso ng mga Mamamayan ng Antipolo)
15. Elnard Arellano Malaysia Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PAN AP)
16. Asian Pacific Resource & Research Centre For Women ARROW Malaysia  
17. Nadia Bafagih Indonesia Yayasan Cakrawala Timur
18. Cristy Bagni Canada Binnadang Organizing Committee and Association of Filipino women workers (iWWorkers)
19. Esther C Bangcawayan Hong Kong Pinatud A Saleng ti Umili
20. Mary Grace Bangoy Philippines APWLD
21. Balram Banskota Nepal  
22. Joi Barrios United States of America  
23. Rita Baua Philippines Bagong Alyansang Makabayan ( New Patriotic Alliance )
24. Fernando Bejarano G Mexico Pesticide Action Network in Mexico (RAPAM)
25. Bae Adelfa Belayong Philippines Madagway Babaeyon
26. Bramee Biadnes Philippines  
27. Graham Bond Australia Ausralians for Native Title & Reconciliation
28. Vince Booys United States of America -
29. Irina Borgos United States of America PINAY (Canada)
30. Clare Borinski Ireland  
31. Kim Brewster Ireland  
32. Marjo Busto Quinto Philippines Asian Rural Women's Coalition (ARWC)
33. John Carlo Cabalit Philippines  
34. Fr. Dionito Cabillas Philippines Iglesia Filipina Independiente
35. Bishop Felixberto Calang Philippines Initiatives for Peace in Mindanao
36. TANDONG CALISTUS JONG Cameroon AMYOFACIG *(NGO)
37. Evelyn Calugay Canada Pinay
38. Debbie Jean Canales Philippines Karatula
39. Nish Candao Philippines  
40. Jayphard Capistrano Philippines League of filipino students
41. Joan Carling Thailand Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact
42. Jorge Carvajal Australia  
43. Aaron Ceradoy Hong Kong  
44. Cheng Chien-tzu Taiwan  
45. Peter Chua United States of America  
46. Niza Concepcion Philippines Committee for Asian Women
47. Gerry Albert Corpuz Philippines Contributor, all voices.com
48. Kevin Dance United States of America Passionists International
49. Brigitte Dang-ay Canada MIGRANTE-Canada
50. Rashella Dar Philippines  
51. Sha Davies Australia  
52. Sharon Davis Ireland  
53. Teri Dawe Canada  
54. Sister Josefina De Guzman Philippines  
55. Sid De Guzman Canada Migrante Canada
56. Jasmin De La Calzada Canada PINAY-Filipino Women's Organization in Quebec, Canada
57. ANTHONY DEBBARMA India BOROK PEOPLES' HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATION
58. Cynthia Deduro Philippines Dagsaw Panay and Guimaras Indigenous Peoples Network
59. Jay Del Rosario Philippines University of the Philippines, Manila - University Student Council
60. Eugenie Depatie-Pelletier Canada MigrantWorkersRights-Canada
61. Eugenie Depatie-Pelletier Canada Migrant Workers Rights - Canada
62. Vernie Diano Philippines Innabuyog
63. Mariela Dizon Philippines NNARA-YOUTH
64. Leon Dulce Philippines Kalikasan-People's Network for the Environment
65. Anna Leah Escresa Philippines Ecumenical Institute for Labor Education and Research, Inc. (EILER)
66. Rick Esguerra Canada Philippine Solidarity Group-Toronto
67. Phoebe Espana Philippines Ethnic Groups Development Resource Center, Inc
68. Pauline Gidget Estella Philippines College Editors Guild of the Philippines-National
69. BURNAD FATHIMA India TAMIL NADU WOMEN'S FORUM
70. Loreen Feliza Philippines Student Christian Movement of the Philippines
71. Jean Marie Ferraris Philippines  
72. Alaykka Fowler Philippines American Field Service Philippines
73. Salvador France Philippines Pamalakaya
74. Jenilene Francisco United States of America SiGAw / Gabriela USA
75. Mary Rose Francisco Philippines ACFIL
76. Pastor Jones Galang Korea, South Osan Migrant Center
77. Lian Marie Gallardo Philippines  
78. Sabela Gayo Indonesia Gayonese Youth Association
79. Thet Gloria Germany AMEN
80. Jomorito Goaynon Philippines Kalumbay Regional Lumad Organization
81. Jojo Gorospe Philippines Alliance of health workers
82. Yanes Govindaraj Malaysia  
83. Mary Graham Australia Murri Mura Aboriginal Corporation
84. Hunter Gray United States of America  
85. Zenaida Lydia Guray Philippines  
86. Clara Guzman Philippines  
87. Frederick Harper United Kingdom  
88. Chandra Hewagallage Sri Lanka Vikalpani national women's federation
89. Fernando Hicap Philippines National chairperson
90. Froi Hizon Philippines CEGP
91. Sy Ho Van Vietnam Center of Research and Assistance for Development Projects
92. Francisco Honra Philippines Former Councilman Brgy. West Calaguiman, Samal, Bataan
93. Tina Huang Taiwan  
94. Patricia Ibarra Philippines  
95. David Quinn Ingan Philippines  
96. Rosmah Ismail Malaysia Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific (PAN AP)
97. Coro Jimemez Arellano Spain  
98. Bishop Rudy Juliada Philippines Moro-Christian People's Alliance (MCPA) Lanao
99. Sanny Priann Justo Philippines YOUTH FEDERATION FOR WORLD PEACE-CARAGA PHILIPPINES
100. Khushi Kabir Bangladesh  

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[ Background ]     [ Petition Letter ]

Updates:

House Resolution No. 1418
RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY IN AID OF LEGISLATION ON THE REPORTED HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS COMMITTED BY SECURITY PERSONNEL OF CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY (CMU), ELEMENTS OF CIVILIAN ARMED FORCES GEOGRAPHICAL UNIT (CAFGU) AND MEMBERS OF PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE AGAINST FARMERS BELONGING TO BUKIDNON FREE FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL LABORERS ASSOCIATION (BUFFALO), TRIAD AGRICULTURAL MANPOWER OF RURAL ACTIVE WORKERS (TAMARAW) AND LANDLESS TILLERS INHABITANTS OF MUSUAN (LIMUS)
16 June 2011
Introduced by the Philippines House of Representative, Hon. Rafael Mariano, Anakpwais Partylist Representative.

4 farmers hurt as Bukidnon campus guards open fire at protesters
15 June 2011
By Jeffrey M. Tupas
Inquirer Mindanao

Defend Agrarian Rights, Uphold Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms!
14 June 2011
AMIHAN Northern Mindanao

CMU guards indiscriminately fired at BTL farmers protesting outside the university,
3 seriously wounded

14 June 2011
AMIHAN Northern Mindanao

Additional Information

Tired and starving, peasant women of Buffalo-Tamaraw-Limus (BTL) Women’s Association in Maramag, Bukidnon advanced in the picket lines and perform their Operation Tikad together with the BTL Farmers’ Assocation.

'Operation Tikad' is the term used for the action of the farmers of the Buffalo-Tamaraw-Limus areas inside the Central Mindanao University (CMU) in Maramag, Bukidnon in collectively tilling the land while a deal is yet to be sealed between the CMU administration and the displaced farmers.

For additional information and photos, please visit: http://www.arkibongbayan.org/2011/2011-06June08-WomenResist/womenresist.htm

You may also download the Speak Out! for additional information on the result of the International Fact Finding Mission (IFFM) which was conducted in July 2007 showcasing the struggle of the farmers in Central Mindanao University (CMU) as a confirmation of the failure of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) to redistribute land to farmers.

Braving Bullets: Central Mindanao farmers struggle for genuine land reform
by Ilang-Ilang Quijano

Speak Out! Communities Asserting Their Rights to Food Sovereignty
PAN AP and PCFS
July 2007

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