Agustin ‘ Don’ Pagusara, a Palanca awardee for stories, poems and plays in Cebuano, said survivors need to speak up of the horrors they experienced to let the young generation know of what happened in the past.
Dodong Solis, a crusading veteran radio commentator for nearly five decades, known for his morning program “Straight to the Point” and current manager of the independent Radyo ni Juan Network, died Tuesday of cardiac arrest, a relative relayed. His family has yet to make a statement on the circumstance of his death as of Thursday.
The counsel of Davao-based columnist Margarita Valle is mulling to file charges against the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) despite police’s apology over her arrest which it claimed was a mistaken identity.
The human rights watchdog Karapatan has slammed Monday the government for targeting the elderly following the arrest of the 61-year-old Davao City-based media personality Margarita Valle in Misamis Oriental and the killing of a 65-year-old land reform advocate Felipe Dacal-Dacal in Negros Occidental.
Members of the media staged an indignation protest rally in Panabo City to call for justice for journalist Dennis Denora who was killed last June 7 by unidentified motorcycle-riding assailants.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines called for the repeal of section 21 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act which requires the presence of media as among three representatives in the inventory and documentation of confiscated drugs and paraphernalia in raids and apprehension.
MAGUINDANAO, Philippines – On November 19, more than a hundred families of victims and journalists travelled in a convoy of…
Carlos Conde, researcher for Asia Division of Human Rights Watch, said the deaths of two broadcast journalists and the attack on a newspaper columnist “highlight the need for the Duterte administration to deliver on promises to apprehend those responsible for the killings of journalists.”
The website of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines was down Monday night due to a massive denial of service attack.
Keep the flame burning and fight against impunity and journalist killings. This was the rallying call of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Davao City Chapter as the group commemorated Wednesday the seventh year of the Ampatuan Massacre.