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Caritas Philippines to hold journalism workshops to boost social justice campaign
“Our goal is to enhance social action workers, who are also the first responders during a humanitarian crisis, with storytelling skills”
Pope Francis saddened by death of journalist whose claims sparked Vatican...
Eugenio Scalfari, a towering figure in the world of Italian journalism, passed away at 98 years of age
Online ‘opinion media’ cuffs press freedom in ‘new era of polarization’
“The creation of media weaponry in authoritarian countries eliminates their citizens’ right to information"
SIGNIS Asia journalism program starts on reflective note
The dynamism of media and its myriad of channels are creating an increasingly complex environment for journalists and journalism today
All that glitter is not gold
There’s no easy way to go about knowing the facts .... You don’t get rich by sitting on a gold mine. Digging is a good way to begin.
To cover for the purpose of uncovering: journalists’ war against disinformation
Documentation and holding the guilty accountable for the disinformation go hand in hand in pushing back the jaws of lies and inaccuracies
Mindanao journalists undergo ‘conflict-sensitive journalism’ training workshop
The workshop teaches journalists to develop the consciousness that it is part of their professional duty to build peaceful communities
Journalism: Most dangerous job in the Philippines
The truth hurts, they say, so authorities and tycoons warn journalists to keep a lid on it
Processing what our eyes and ears tell us: Reflections on Journalism...
Reportage in the day and age of alt-truth must in no way stand on the fences of objective exposition
Press Freedom under siege: what the future holds for Journalism in...
The future of journalism is rife with possibilities, if journalists are brave enough to imagine and create one for themselves
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