Archive for the ‘Access to Information’ Category

THE PHILIPPINE CENTER FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM (PCIJ) announced today the launch of The PCIJ Story Project, a new initiative that will provide grants of P15,000 up to P75,000 to journalists and artists who work together to produce innovative...

The PCIJ Project for Innovation in Storytelling (The PCIJ Story Project for short) will provide grants, initially from P15,000 up to P75,000, for projects that document or expose abuse, negligence, or wrongdoing in the following subject areas: •...

STATEMENT OF THE RIGHT TO KNOW, RIGHT NOW! COALITION THE ISSUANCE on July 23, 2016 of Executive Order No. 2 on Freedom of Information drew support from the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition as a signal of the commitment of the Duterte Administration...

[gview file="http://pcij.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/PCIJ-20021209-Teenagers-Perish-in-Davao-Killing-Fields-2003.pdf"] OVER  a decade ago, PCIJ started to document reports of alleged vigilante killings in Davao City under then Mayor Rodrigo...

THE PROSECUTOR of the international Criminal Court on Thursday served notice to the government of the Philippines that anyone inducing or engaging in "acts of mass violence... including by ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing, in any...

STATEMENT OF THE RIGHT TO KNOW, RIGHT NOW! COALITION 07 October 2016 On the first 100 days of the Duterte Administration, the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition (R2KRN) cites the issuance of Executive Order No. 2 on the Freedom of Information as a...

By Karol Ilagan CITATION. PCIJ Executive Director Malou Mangahas (second from left) with Philippine Statistics Authority's National Statistician. Dr. Lisa Grace S. Bersales, Economic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia, and Dr. Johannes P/ Jutting,...