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Let’s Build our Call for Justice and Healing

Be a Champion: Start the Healing and Stop the Killings.

 

Together with activists, development workers, artists, and writers, we invite all concerned citizens to collectively amplify the call for healing and put a stop to the killings brought about by the Duterte administration’s so-called War on Drugs. 

 

This coming #Halalan2022 is only months away, yet there is no justice for the people most affected by drug-related and state-institutionalized violence. The architects of violence will no longer be in the public eye, but we must not let the stories of injustice be forgotten.

 

Make a stand today by clicking the links below.

Be a #StopTheKillings Advocate

Volunteer at StoptheKillings.ph or at our partner organizations advocating harm reduction and restorative justice.

Watch “Aswang” for Free

Catch the free screening of Aswang on Dokyu Power until April 9, 2022, only. Alyx Arumpac’s documentary film is essential viewing of the grim realities of the War on Drugs.

Learn and Educate

Learn about the progress of War on Drugs issues with these primers. Read on to understand the unfolding narrative from the statistics to the solutions.

Conversation Jumpstarter

Let’s humanize the discussion on the War on Drugs by sharing resources with family members and friends.

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Let’s build a more humanized narrative and discussion on the War on Drugs. Essays, photos, videos, music, and artworks of any kind are welcome.

Welcome

Stop the Killings PH is both a call to action and an advocacy platform open to the broad spectrum of advocates, activists, development workers, artists, and writers calling to end the bloody madness of the “war on drugs.” This digital platform aims to contribute to the goal of ending the streak of decades-long drug-related and state-institutionalized violence ⁠— particularly made more notorious by the Duterte regime.

Welcome

Stop the Killings PH is both a call to action and an advocacy platform open to the broad spectrum of advocates, activists, development workers, artists, writers calling to end the bloody madness of the War on Drugs. This digital platform aims to contribute to the goal of ending the streak of decades-long of  drug-related  and state-institutionalized violence ⁠— particularly made more notorious by the Duterte regime.

This platform’s existence is built and grown by many individuals and organizations collaborating to counter the very narratives that gave way to the tragedies of the poorest and most marginalized people. In the end, the platform involves itself towards the efforts of bringing stories back to the headlines —  both on people’s screens and in their minds.

 

Stop The Killings PH contributes to this advocacy through the following objectives:

1

Strengthen the
peoples' narratives
against EJKs & the
'War on Drugs'

We dismantle the narratives of hate and othering against the people most affected by the “war on drugs”: the poorest citizens of the country. Humanizing the issue is an important part in ending the violence. When we surface the narratives of humanity at the center of the call to stop the killings, we do not only facilitate empathy among each other, we are promoting justice as well — to remind ourselves that we are counting souls and not just statistics, that these are people and not mere numbers.

 

To take back the headlines does not mean hoarding the attention towards the killings. We can not isolate the “war on drugs” as an issue separate from the rest. Especially in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, those most vulnerable to the attacks face exponential threats and danger.

 

We need to understand the “war on drugs” through the lens of intersecting attacks against our rights and freedoms, of weaving the various social issues cutting across our differences as citizens, traumatizing generations after generations.

 

We call on everyone to support, strengthen, and sustain the narratives against violence. We call on everyone to reflect, memorialize, and register their dissent through discussions, art, writing — in any form and all the space of resistance.

Understanding the
'War on Drugs'

Creative Resistance
and Reflections

Names not numbers:
Memorializing the People

2

Amplify the growing
call for justice & accountability

We lend this platform to amplify all calls to stop the killings. To move forward asks us not only to remember but to built our healing on the foundations of justice.

 

The “war on drugs” stripped us of our many rights and freedoms. To reclaim this is to ensure that justice is served in all spaces and levels of attacks. We seek reparative justice for the victims and their families. We support the demand for accountability from masterminds and perpetrators of injustices. We support the line of restorative justice for citizens seeking to contribute better to society.

Moving forward through
justice and accountability

Be an advocate for
#StoptheKillings

3

Surface & popularize alternatives towards shaping better policies

We seek to promote alternative ways in dealing with drug-related crises. We support the demand for this and the future governments to shape better policies with human rights, experts, and kindness in the front and center of solutions.

Moving forward towards
healing without killings

Reading beyond the headlines:
STK Resource Library

1

Strengthen the peoples' narrativesagainst EJKs & the War on Drugs

We dismantle the narratives of hate  and othering against the people who are most affected by the War on Drugs, the poorest citizens of the country. Humanizing the issue is an important part in ending the violence. When we surface the narratives of humanity in the center of the call to stop the killings, we do not only facilitate empathy among each other, we are promoting justice as well – to remind ourselves that we are counting souls not just statistics, that these are people and not mere numbers.

 

 

To take back the headlines does not mean hoarding the attention towards the killings. We can not imagine isolating the War on Drugs as an issue separate from the rest. Especially in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, the most vulnerable to the attacks are exponentially in more danger.

 

We need to understand that the War on Drugs in the lens of intersecting attacks on our rights and freedoms, of weaving of different social issues cutting across our differences as citizens, traumatizing generations after generations.

 

 

We call on everyone to support, strengthen, and sustain the narratives against violence. We call on everyone to reflect, memorialize, and register their dissent through discussions, art, writing, in any form and all the space of resistance.

Understanding the
War on Drugs

Creative Resistance
and Reflections

Names not numbers:
Memorializing the People

2

Amplify the growing
call for justice & accountability

We lend this platform to amplify all calls to stop the killings. To move forward ask us not only to remember but to built our healing on the foundations of justice.

 

The War on Drugs stripped us of our many rights and freedoms. To reclaim this is to ensure that justice is served in all spaces and levels of attacks. We seek reparative justice for the victims and their families. We support the demand for accountability from masterminds and perpetrators of injustices. We support the line of restorative justice for citizens seeking to contribute better to society.

Moving forward through
justice and accountability

Be an advocate for
#StoptheKillings

3

Surface & popularize alternatives towards shaping better policies

We seek to promote alternative ways in dealing with drug-related crises. We support the demand for this and the future governments to shape better policies with human rights, experts, and kindness in the front and center of solutions.

Moving forward towards
healing without killings

Reading beyond the headlines:
STK Resource Library

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