Violence, Human Rights, and Democracy in the Philippines
A multisectoral undertaking to produce, and subsequently disseminate, rigorous research outputs that can sustain an evidence-based intervention in ongoing public debates in the Philippines about violence and tendencies towards authoritarianism.
Variation Across Localities
The research introduces 11 case studies based on the deployment and experiences of violence in different localities across the country, as well as the creation of a database in counting the dead from Duterte’s war on drugs.
(This is an excerpt from a case study written by the author for the project, “Violence, Human Rights, and Democracy in the Philippines.” The project is a joint undertaking by the Third World Studies Center, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the...
Client Since 1995(On December 4, 2019 Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana was quoted in media reports that he is not recommending to President Rodrigo Duterte the extension of martial law in Mindanao. The original declaration was made by President Duterte on May 23,...
Database of Drug-Related Deaths
This section details the experience of the researchers in developing the database in counting the dead, as well as the template, coding guide, etc. The files are free to download to promote our advocacy of documenting these violent deaths prone to erasure from the collective memory.
COMPILED CASE STUDIES
Open Access Book
This section shares the edited volume based on the case studies. The book and its chapters are free to download or share to promote our advocacy of sharing the results of evidence-based research to the public.