According to Article III Section 4 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution, “no law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press.” The Philippines upholds democratic rights; hence, it has press freedom. 657 more words
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We recently concluded a program orientation for our local implementation partners, key officers of parent and youth associations in the villages. These are ordinary folks, in that orientation, vegetable farmers and labourers who were trained and developed through the years in project implementation. 643 more words
The Valley Fault System (VPS) Atlas is a handbook of large scale maps showing detailed areas throughout East Valley Fault and West Valley Fault. It is a new and better mapping tool which could help local government units and individuals to minimize the impact of disaster on every lives and structures. 1,016 more words
As Isis — the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria — takes almost full control of the ancient Syrian town of Palmyra with its 2,000-year-old towering Roman-era colonnades, the humankind celebrates the… 326 more words
Is Religion Dying?
How so can a religion die or even vanish through time just because as the society evolves and the culture changes, does it mean that modernization deems fit our religion fades as well? 402 more words
From the 4th Humphrey Voices series and DDJ-CDC Seminar last April 21, 2015.
Peace journalism versus traditional journalism have some conflict of interests but the 21st century journalism, especially for the Philippines, deems fit a revitalized way of dealing with conflicts across regions. 291 more words