Registration Now Open for ICHRP Conference and 4th General Assembly


The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) will be holding an in-person conference, including its 4th General Assembly, later this year. The conference will take place from November 6 to 9, 2023, and will be hosted by Nuovo City Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. It will feature guest speakers and workshops on the struggle for human rights in the Philippines, cultural performances, and strategic planning for the future of ICHRP.

In the context of instability and the escalating attacks on political, social, and economic rights, the imperative for solidarity and resistance grows. The path toward peace, human rights, and justice, long established by the Filipino people, continues to garner the support of the international community. The conference and 4th General Assembly is an opportunity to seize the moment to collectively educate ourselves on the changing global and domestic context, to assess our strategies over the past 3 years, and to determine our plans to strengthen our solidarity and resistance in the years to come.

Registration includes participation in the conference as well as accommodations and meals. Early registration is encouraged, as the registration fee will increase closer to the conference dates. For more information and to register, CLICK HERE.

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International Coalition For Human Rights in the Philippines

The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines is a global network of organizations, concerned about the human rights situation in the Philippines and committed to campaign for just and lasting peace in the country.

It aims to inform the international community about the grave human rights situation in the Philippines today.

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