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Tacloban launches Human Rights Action Center for speedy justice

Tacloban launches Human Rights Action Center for speedy justice

Mayor Alfred Romualdez initiates TCHRAC to protect human rights and ensure justice in Tacloban, fostering rapid response and awareness.

TACLOBAN CITY – Mayor Alfred Romualdez has signed Executive Order No. 2023-10-034, establishing the Tacloban City Human Rights Action Center (TCHRAC) and the Tacloban City Human Rights Action Team (TCHRAcT) to expedite the delivery of justice and advocate for human rights throughout all stages of development.

TCHRAC assumes the critical role of serving as a complaints and quick action office, addressing concerns related to human rights violations. It also operates as a repository for knowledge management products regarding human rights issues. 

Furthermore, TCHRAC is tasked with conducting information and education campaigns in collaboration with external partners to disseminate updates on honoring and protecting human rights.

In response to the directive outlined in EO No. 2023-10-034, the Tacloban City Police Office (TCPO) has taken prompt action by establishing Human Rights Desks at each of its three stations in the city: Police Station 1 in San Jose District, Police Station 2 in Abucay, and Police Station 3 in New Kawayan. Additionally, the City Human Rights Office is stationed at the TCPO Headquarters. 

All these entities are dedicated to providing legal aid and support to their clients and ensuring they are not subjected to discrimination or injustice, promoting the fundamental principles of human rights. This initiative aims to secure a more just and equitable society in Tacloban. —iTacloban (Source: CIO)

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