Archive for the ‘Data Journalism’ Category

[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...

BY OFFICIAL POLICE DATA, from July 1 to 13 this year, the Duterte administration's war on crime has already chalked up big, if macabre, numbers: 135 persons killed or about 10 persons a day on average, and 1,844 arrested or about 141 persons a day on...

By Sheila Coronel* From Global Investigative Journalism Network Editor's Note: We are pleased to present this transcript of the keynote speech by Columbia University's Sheila Coronel at the 2016 conference of Investigative Reporters and Editors on...

By Rowena F. Caronan Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism LOCAL POLITICAL families, not political parties, are important to national politicians as they mobilize electoral support, says political scientist Julio C. Teehankee. National...

By Rowena F. Caronan Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism THROUGHOUT THE 24 years of elections in the Philippines’s 20 provinces with the most number of registered voters, family names on the ballots seem to keep repeating themselves,...

By The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism PCIJ's Wealth Check Reports on the Candidates for President: * JEJOMAR BINAY, United Nationalist Alliance * MIRIAM DEFENSOR-SANTIAGO, People's Reform Party * RODRIGO DUTERTE, PDP-Laban * GRACE...

By The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism JEJOMAR 'JOJO' BINAY marked his Year 1 in public office as OIC (officer-in-charge) mayor of the country’s premier financial district, Makati City, in 1989 with a net worth of only P2.9...