Silenced: Extrajudicial Killings and Torture in the Philippines: Photo Essays


By Mario Ignacio IV

An in-depth analysis of legal audit of the EJK cases in the Philippines from 2001-2010 with focus on the killings of political activists and media personnel. It also identifies the gaps and corresponding recommendations in the laws, systems, and processes for an efficient and effective investigation, prosecution, and adjudication of EJK cases.

Posted October 11, 2011
Related locations: Philippines
Related programs: Law and Justice