Article III of the 1987 Philippine Constitution entitled as the “Bill of Rights” or simple the charter of rights. This charter serves as our protection against VIOLATIONS from the government and any individual. There are a lot of grievances arises due to violence and discrimination. For better understanding, let us first define the two words- violence and discrimination. Violence connotes as “the abuse of force”. That force which is employed against common right, against the law, and against public liberty. On the other hand, discriminations means unequal treatment of persons, for a reason which has nothing to do with legal rights or ability. In that we can now discussed the topic pertaining to violence and discrimination respectively. Every individual has the right on three things specified as the right to life, liberty and property. First, Right to life means nobody in this world can try to end your life. This talks with the quality of life. Secondly, right to liberty connotes the right to be free. And lastly, right to property pertains to your right to own anything without any threat being forced. For these rights of an individual, we can now say that we must now take any actions unlawful or violate and discriminate one’s right. Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (Latin for "ignorance of the law excuses not" and "ignorance of law excuses no one" respectively) is a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because one was unaware of its content. Hence, we connote that respect one’s right for you not to punish. Every person has the parity access to avoid violence and discrimination. Normal and uncased person is indeed has their rights effectively. However, even the person accused with some allegations has a lot of rights. One of this rights is the “Miranda Rights” which refers to the right to remain silence. He/she has also the “Rights to presumption of innocence”, this means the accused will be remain innocent until proven guilty upon due process of the law and equal protection of the law. They have also the “Right against the torture, force, violence, threat, and intimidation”, this refers to the protection that a police officer cannot slap beat, threaten, or intimidate an accused in custody or custodial investigation. They have also the “Right against cruel degrading inhumane punishment “this connotes the prohibition of cruel punishment like cutting fingers or cutting penis of a rapist. Lastly, they have also the right to bail, right against the infliction of death penalty and right against double jeopardy. These are the legal point of view in terms of protection against violence and discrimination. As the record of the judicial branch of the country, women are indeed prone to violence and discrimination. They are being badgered, brawled, and have a wretched life due to threats of their life as a women (viewed as weak compared to men). Ample population here in the Philippines are experiencing violence and discrimination and that is indeed doleful. Be reminded that it is a noxious for a person if they are being threatened due to unlawful acts. They are being mistreat due to their status, capability, educational attainment and other personal flaws they have. Let us vanish the old tradition of being too harsh to every individual. We are loving son and daughters of God, so, let us eradicate the trait of being harsh to others. Let us deference one’s right and stop the inhumane actions. Let us all raised our voice to shout for loving, caring and equal treatment to avoid discrimination. Let be respect be our vanguard to eradication violence. We are all human. We are all have the access to our rights and let it be- never blocked one’s rights. Let’s fabricate our country and even the world with lawful, parity, safe, harmonious, and caring shelter. Let be a benison to one another not a threat. Deference everyone’s right. Let us help ourselves to have a convivial environment. Let our calaboose empty!