But the resolution takes note of the Philippine Government's “efforts to further broaden positive engagement with the UN system… in particular through discussion of a multi-year UN Joint Program on Human Rights”.
However, the Philippines own state-funded Commission on Human Rights told the UNHRC this week: “Despite impressions to engage with the UN, Government has not enabled improved conditions on the ground. Killings have not abated, harassments continue, lawfare remains.”
“Non-cooperation persists as prevailing practice, specifically on investigation of killings resulting from the administration’s ‘drug war’. The recently signed data Sharing agreement, excludes this category of killings.”