Like many other institutions and groups who have issued their own statements on this issue, we believe that the WTE incinerator project is NOT the correct solution to an urgent problem we are facing now and which could only worsen in the years to come.
Please reconsider the 3.486 B PhP resolution and give priority to zero waste technology and ecowaste management that is the safe and environmentally-sound solution to the waste problem.
The Altermidya Network expresses support to our member-outfit Bulatlat in filing a petition today, July 8, to nullify the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) order blocking its news sites along with Pinoy Weekly, Arkibong Bayan, and 25 other websites.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines stands with Rappler and its journalists and staff as the government moves to shut down the independent news site over issues with its Securities and Exchange Commission registration.
Blocking access to these sites leave a gap in discourse and in the flow of information and highlights the threats posed by the Anti-Terrorism Law on the freedom of expression and on freedom of the press.
On this day, six years ago, thousands of hungry farmers in the province of North Cotabato barricaded the main road of Kidapawan City to demand the immediate release of the provincial government’s calamity fund.
Press freedom and human rights groups have long held that impunity in attacks against journalists emboldens those who seek to…
The quest for justice for all 58 victims continues with the #Fightfor58 campaign of the media community, the Justice Now Movement of the families of the media workers, and the intention to file a second wave of cases against those who were allegedly responsible for planning, carrying out, and covering up the crime.
Victoria Mags Z. Maglana is a development worker, peace advocate, and convener of Konsensya Dabaw. She is a candidate for Davao City’s first district Representative contesting incumbent Paolo Duterte.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines celebrates the life of Jose Jaime “Nonoy” Espina, a tireless champion for the freedom of the press and the welfare of media workers.