December 5, 2013 · Posted in: Access to Information, Civil Society, Cross Border, Environment Watch, Free Expression - Asia, Freedom of Information, General, Governance, Health Issues, Human Rights, Money Politics, Online Research, Public Health
THE PHILIPPINES always seems to find its way into all sorts of lists, good or bad – from having the world’s largest bibingka (rice cake) to being one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists.
In their recently released World Risk Report, the Alliance of Development Works and the United Nations University-Institute for Environment and Human Security ranked countries in terms of riskiness, according to vulnerability and exposure.
For today’s Data a Day:
How does the Philippines rank among other countries in the 2012 World Risk Report?