Archive for the ‘Journalist Killings’ Category

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...

A GATHERING of hundreds of journalists and press freedom advocates from around the world, and the lighting of a million candles to rekindle dimming hopes and to light the way for justice will mark the commemoration of the Ampatuan Massacre on November...

FIFTY-EIGHT dead, five years, zero justice. This, in a nutshell, is the Ampatuan Massacre case as journalists and press freedom advocates prepare to mark the fifth anniversary of the deadliest single attack on reporters and media workers across the...

MALOU Mangahas, executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism and host of GMA News TV's Investigative Documentaries, invites you to join the Million Candles Campaign on 23 November 2014, the fifth year of the Ampatuan...

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...

A FREELANCE journalist in Burma who had been reported missing since Sept. 30 had died while in the custody of the Burmese Army. The Army's story: A suspected rebel and was shot while trying to grab a soldier's weapon. Reporters Without Borders...

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...