Archive for the ‘The Internet’ Category

By Cong B. Corrales [caption id="attachment_18842" align="aligncenter" width="500"] INFOGRAPHICS by Cong B. Corrales[/caption] THE WORLD BANK, a global lending institution committed to fighting poverty, has found itself in hot waters recently...

ON March 17, 2015, the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition and the University of the Philippines-Center for Integrative & Development Studies (UP-CIDS) held a forum on the independent evaluation of the Freedom of Information Bills by lawyer Jose...

DISASTER AID  in the time of super typhoons like Yolanda has fortuitously flowed richly, quickly, and from a bounty of donors without fail to assist Filipino families and communities in need. On parallel stream, public funds devoted to relief,...

THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP) is the most transparent development organization, according to a recently released global ranking report. The 2014 Aid Transparency Index recognized UNDP for its "commendable performance" in publishing...

By Cong B. Corrales AN ONLINE petition started last year calling on Philippine government officials to ride the trains has again been making the rounds on the Internet. This, in the wake of another accident that injured dozens of commuters when a...

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, nine veteran journalists established the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. Much has changed since 1989, in the realm of politics, the economy, society - and technology as well. Indeed, the way we do journalism has...

AGALON SANG KADUTAAN, the title of this slideshow produced by veteran journalist and PCIJ multimedia producer Julius D. Mariveles, literally translates to Masters of the Land. If the title sounds so feudal, it is because the system really...