The Medical Action Group (MAG) welcomes the long-anticipated decision of a Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court to grant bail to former Senator Leila De Lima, signifying a legal triumph. While her temporary release represents a positive political development, MAG ardently urges the court for the expeditious dismissal of the remaining baseless charges lodged against her.
Know what is stress, how it affects an individual’s life, and its manifestations Stress management techniques and activities to reduce stress related to human rights work What is psychological first aid, its uses, and how to do it
This training aims to increase knowledge and understanding on mental health and to enhance capacity of Human Rights Defenders on basic para-psychosocial skills
This booklet, ‘Psychosocial Well-being for Human Rights Defenders in the Philippines’, aims to provide HRDs with the basic knowledge to address their well-being individually, organisationally and as a movement.
“Respect, protect, and promote human rights, end the assault against human rights defenders, and give more attention to responding to the need for basic social services instead of the flagship WOD program of the government” – Call during the 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) of the current Philippine Administration
MAG has joined the mobilization with other progressive groups and organizations in Metro Manila on July 2019 to campaign for the promotion and observance of human rights in all of the government policies and programs, and asserting Philippine sovereignty. This is still a response to the rampant and continuous disrespect of the government to human rights principles and inaction to respond to the violations. As with the previous SONA, the
The Medical Action Group (MAG) conducts a medical mission providing medical and psychological services to human rights defenders and their families in Ormoc, Leyte last April 4 – 5, 2019.
The Medical Action Group published a handbook with instructional content targeting human rights defenders to urge them to practice self-care.
The Medical Action Group (MAG) in its activities continuously made efforts to work with the UN system with a mandate to protect human rights defenders through continuous communication and joint submission of reports to relevant stakeholders. The submission is part of the “Use of Evidence Based Approach to Human Rights Documentation and Monitoring for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders and their Families, and in the Fight Against Impunity” project
Statement April 30, 2015 Protect human rights defenders! Stop criminalization of human rights work! The Medical Action Group (MAG), Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) and Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA) has launched a campaign affirming the essential contribution of human rights defenders to the promotion of human rights, democracy, development and good governance, and calling on the government to support and safeguard their work, and