Artist: People's Health Radio Title: Health and Justice in the Philippines Album: People's Health Radio Genre: Health News Length: 59:07 minutes (54.12 MB) Format: Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
What's the state of health and human rights in the Philippines today?
We revisit the story of the Morong 43, a group of 43 community health workers detained by the Philippine government from February to December of 2010. What have been the impacts of the detainment and ongoing military harassment on the health workers, their families and communities?
Interview with Aiyanas Ormond -- People's Health Radio co-host and local organizer who is currently in the Philippines with his partner and children on a solidarity mission. More information about their trip can be found at thistinyglobe.wordpress.com
Interview with Merry Mia-Clamor, one of the 43 health workers detained by the Philppine government.
And audio from a talk in Vancouver by Dr. Julie Caguiat, spokesperson of the Free the 43 Health Workers! Alliance.
Music by Victor Noriega, Aki Merced/Renato Reyes/Karl Ramirez, Amadou, James Caraang (Feat. Margie Banda and Sol Diana), Black Uhuru. Check the Source
In February 6, 2010, 43 health workers conducting a medical training in Morong, Rizal were arrested and accused of being members of the communist New People's Army. They suffered physical and psychological torture while in military custody.
"43" is a short documentary on the plight of the arrested health workers. It uses shadowplay to dramatize their experience in the hands of their captors.
a film by Southern Tagalog Exposure and Anino Shadowplay Collective
Featuring the voices of Joel Lamangan, Bibeth Orteza, Soliman Cruz and Bobby Balingit