In Te Talks, Atty. Ted Te talks about all things law and government.
Patreng Non started a community pantry with one goal: to feed the hungry. But as the movement gained popularity and was replicated in other communities, the NTF-ELCAC began questioning it, and Non. Listen to this Rights Under Lockdown episode with Atty. Ted Te on the government’s red-tagging of community pantries.
Certain provisions of emergency powers law allowed for the arrest of local officials and social media users spreading false information. Atty. Ted Te talks about the dangers of such provisions in this mini series.
PH has had one of the longest and toughest lockdowns in Asia. Quarantine violators were at times humiliated or beaten by law enforcers. Atty. Ted Te talks about government's use of force in this mini series.
Red-tagging of journalists, lawyers and human rights advocates continued during the lockdown. And now authorities have taken that extra step of accusing critics of being terrorists. Atty. Ted Te shares how this impacts our rights and freedoms.
In this Teka Teka mini series, we look back at the events that took place during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown and its impact on the rights and freedoms of Filipinos. We talk to Atty. Ted Te about the temporary ban on outdoor protests back in June.