JUST HAPPENED: Meeting of the Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission (BHRC) with the
United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA).

The meeting was intended to identify areas of improvement between the UNFPA and the BHRC concerning the Gender and Development (GAD) mandate of the latter and how both can collaborate for GAD work. Under the Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 4, otherwise known as the “Bangsamoro Human Rights Act of 2019,” the Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission continue reading : JUST HAPPENED: Meeting of the Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission (BHRC) with the
United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA).

LEARN | A Muhadarah by Grand Mufti Abuhuraira Udasan about Ramadan and the Sacrifices of the Muslims with Recollection of the Struggles of the Bangsamoro

https://youtu.be/A1pYl_4wIf8 LEARN l A Muhadarah by Grand Mufti Abuhuraira Udasan about Ramadan and the Sacrifices of the Muslims with Recollection of the Struggles of the Bangsamoro With the sacrifices that comes along in the observance of this blessed month of Ramadan, BHRC will let you travel in time and have appreciation of the struggles of continue reading : LEARN | A Muhadarah by Grand Mufti Abuhuraira Udasan about Ramadan and the Sacrifices of the Muslims with Recollection of the Struggles of the Bangsamoro

Labor Day

On Labor Day, we are reminded that jobs are more than just a source of income. They enable us to provide for our families, friends, and neighbors; to save for retirement; and to give back to the communities and country. Jobs enable us to dream, plan for the future, and inspire our children to do continue reading : Labor Day

READ l The Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission’s appeal to our law enforcers

The Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission appeals to the law enforcers to accommodate the voters with due care and respect. The right to suffrage must be exercised freely and without intimidation. We call on every one to cooperate for an honest, orderly, peaceful, free, and credible elections so that the will of the people be manifested. continue reading : READ l The Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission’s appeal to our law enforcers

READ l THE BANGSAMORO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION’S STATEMENT ON THE KILLING OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KHALEED ABDULGAJIR IN TAWI-TAWI

The Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission strongly condemns the brutal killing of Khaleed Abdulgajir, a senior high school student, in Barangay Nalil, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi. As the Children Ombud of the Bangsamoro, we denounce all acts of violence and brutality committed against children. We urge the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Tawi-Tawi and the Philippine National Police continue reading : READ l THE BANGSAMORO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION’S STATEMENT ON THE KILLING OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KHALEED ABDULGAJIR IN TAWI-TAWI

WATCH | FIRST HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION (HRE) AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OUTSIDE BARMM

On Shawwal 18, 1443 AH / May 19, 2022, the Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission (BHRC) conducted its first ever Human Rights Education (HRE) and Legal Assistance Program at Purok Capaban, Piso, Banaybanay, Davao Oriental, for the benefit of the Kagan communities outside the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindnanao (BARMM). Being an unprecedented activity, the continue reading : WATCH | FIRST HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION (HRE) AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OUTSIDE BARMM

BHRC attends BDA SUBATRA-ECSO Writeshop for the Development of Training Module on Basic Human Rights

Following the signing of MOU between the Bangsamoro Human Rights Commission and Bangsamoro Development Agency, Inc. for their continuous partnership, Atty. Alladin S. Tamama, CPA and Atty. Amira Alyssa Abdulcalim together with the BHRC Promotion and Protection Division provided their knowledge and expertise in the creation of Human Rights Training Module conducted last May 25-27, continue reading : BHRC attends BDA SUBATRA-ECSO Writeshop for the Development of Training Module on Basic Human Rights

READ & LISTEN l BHRC PRESS STATEMENT ON THE DISCRIMINATORY VIEWS OF MINDANAO AND ITS PEOPLE

Many beautiful places in Mindanao have started to welcome travelers who want to experience nature at its best. The rich culture of its people is woven into these sights, inviting visitors to an experience like no other. The Bangsamoro people recognize the importance of an economically stable and socially developed region. Measures are already in continue reading : READ & LISTEN l BHRC PRESS STATEMENT ON THE DISCRIMINATORY VIEWS OF MINDANAO AND ITS PEOPLE