Pagasa sa Paglaya
Pagasa sa Paglaya (Hope after Freedom) is a compelling documentary on a timely subject, the social rehabilitation of Filipino ex-offenders and the divisive issue of death penalty abolition in the Philippines.
Pag-asa sa Paglaya is a candle making cooperative owned by parolees and their families. PsP provides technical training, spiritual and material needs of its members and to newly released prisoners from National Bilibid Prison in Muntilupa.
VACC (Violence Against Crime and Corruption), a crime victim advocate lobbying Congress to enact tougher laws, protesting the President and Congress to restore the death penalty: as well as petitioning the judicial system to imposed the death penalty to criminals convicted of a heinous crime.
VACC has a 24 hour hotline counseling crime victims and their families cope with the loss of a loved one. VACCC gives moral support by monitoring criminal cases of its members, to have a fair trial and to achieved justice.
Director: Cornelia C. Torrijos