2016 AMRSWP Convention Statement (Association of Major Religious Superiors Of Women in the Philippines)

    With a 47-year history of prophetic  engagement, as an Association of consecrated persons, making visible God’s merciful Face through our congregational  charisms and in solidarity with the suffering and marginalized peoples,   WE, the Association of Major Religious … Continue reading

ATM Statement: Alyansa Tigil Mina on Gina Lopez’s appointment in DENR

Alyansa Tigil Mina supports Gina Lopez’s appointment as DENR chief  Alyansa Tigil Mina, a national coalition of mining-affected communities and their support groups, congratulates and extends its support to Gina Lopez as the secretary-designate of the Department of Environment and … Continue reading

Office of the Nueva Vizcaya Governor-elect and Alyansa Tigil Mina’s Joint Statement on the Peoples’ Barricade Against OceanaGold new exploration site

18 June 2016   Nueva Vizcaya – “OCEANA GOLD, STOP MINING IN KASIBU, NUEVA VIZCAYA! END YOUR OPERATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES!” Incoming Gov. Padilla and national coalition Alyansa Tigil Mina are one with the people of Kasibu, especially with the … Continue reading

Statement: Alyansa Tigil Mina welcomes new admin’s pronouncements on mining, urges Duterte to stop mining operations, order review of mining projects

  ATM Statement June 8, 2016 Alyansa Tigil Mina welcomes new admin’s pronouncements on mining, urges Duterte to stop mining operations, order review of mining projects   Alyansa Tigil Mina, a national coalition of mining-affected communities and their support groups … Continue reading

ATM Statement: Alyansa Tigil Mina challenges Duterte Admin to address mining, environmental issues

ATM, together with Green Thumb Coalition and human rights groups, remain vigilant in monitoring the prounouncements and actions of incoming leaders that will affect our environment and human rights. Should the Duterte Administration fail to uphold human rights, social justice and the rule of law, ATM will not hesitate to raise these issues and hold the new administration accountable. Continue reading