After forcibly evicting the residents from their houses and bulldozed their farmlands in 2009, Oceana Gold is now destroying the water sources of communities adjacent to the mining site with their toxic mine tailings.
A Teaching Effectiveness Course was conducted for new and returning faculty members of U.P. Mindanao by Carina V. Clavio, assistant professor of the UP College of Education, and Celia T. Adriano, retired professor of education and former UP assistant vice president for academic affairs.
They may never get the opportunity to see the Pope in person, but image and ideals of Pope Francis are already vividly painted in their thoughts.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) joins widespread condemnation of the armed attack last January 7 against the office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Three men armed with automatic weapons attacked and opened fire at the magazine office, killing at least 12 people, including its editor, writers and cartoonists.
On Thursday, Nerlita “Nerlie” Ledesma became the first journalist murdered in the Philippines in 2015.
The story of Kababaihang Nagtataglay ng Bihirang Lakas (KNBL or Federation of Women Farmers in Davao) KNBL is a federation of thirteen women peasant organizations (POs) from the 3rd district of Davao City (Talomo and Calinan). Majority of its members are from indigenous people’s groups.
A contingent of 37 young athletes, 14 coaches and sports and government officials from Mindanao will be participating in the 8th BIMP-EAGA Friendship Games in Labuan, Malaysia from December 6 to 10, in efforts to strengthen cross-border links through sports among the member-countries of the economic sub-region.
What role does communication fulfill in a changing Philippines? This question is what communication and media professionals, teachers, and students will answer during the 1st Davao Communication Research in the Philippines (CoRePh) Conference on October 16-17, 2014 at the Sampaguita Hall, Brokenshire Resort-Hotel and Convention Center, Davao City.
This a renewed call made in July by the Bank on Human Rights Coalition to World Bank President Jim Kim and World Bank member countries to make an explicit commitment to respect, protect, and fulfill human rights in all of the bank’s activities
“There can never be real press freedom when media workers live in poverty and exploitation.” – NUJP