Archive for the ‘Governance’ Category

By Sheila S. Coronel Founding Executive Director, PCIJ, and Dean of Academic Affairs, Columbia Journalism School (Adapted from keynote address at Uncovering Asia: The First Asian Investigative Journalism Conference, November 24, 2014,...

By: DAVID E. KAPLAN, Global Investigative Journalism Network* FIRST, the big news: In just over two weeks we’ll convene Uncovering Asia, the region’s first investigative journalism conference. Excitement is building, and we’ve got an...

KILLED execution-style. Blown up by a bomb. Tortured. Held incommunicado for 13 years. Disappeared. And all that for chasing stories of crime, corruption, and conflict. Or for sketching cartoons. They are all journalists. Their tragic stories now...

Congress' power of the purse lost in appropriation By Julius D. Mariveles and Fernando R. Cabigao [caption id="attachment_17097" align="aligncenter" width="500"] GRAPHICS BY CONG B. CORRALES[/caption] ALL SOULS' Day is still a week away but civil...

TRUE, FALSE, or somewhere in between? [caption id="attachment_16876" align="aligncenter" width="500"] PRESIDENT AQUINO, right, with Vice President Binay | PCOO Photo[/caption] Tuwid na Daan, the “straight path” or bedrock promise of President...

READY, SET, RUN! About 16,000 runners in Manila and 14,000 more runners across the nation will take to the road a common clamor: Pass the People's Freedom of Information (FOI) Act now! The Tanglaw Run for FOI starts at 5 am today, Oct. 4, at the...

CEBU CITY -- Going back to the basic tenets of good reporting, abiding by ethical standards, maintaining independence, and working hard are essential in upholding press freedom and serving the community. These were the insights shared by a panel of...