National Press Forum

PPI confab: reclaiming the value of journalism in disinformation age
PPI confab: reclaiming the value of journalism in disinformation age This year marks the 54th anniversary of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), also known as the national association of newspapers. This milestone serves as a testament to the enduring two-pronged...
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ASEAN@50: Beyond the Headlines
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Today, at 50, ASEAN’s decades-long existence should prompt some earnest reflection on several fronts. How far has it gone in achieving its goals? How much of its multi-pronged vision for the 625 million-strong regional bloc is now undeniably a reality?...
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PPI long-time employees recognized in annual confab
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On its 53rd founding anniversary last May, the Philippine Press Institute, also known as the national association of newspapers, recognized two employees of its secretariat for their length of service, commitment and exceptional performance. Edgar M. Abalajon began working in...
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For PPI partners, a celebration of kinship
For PPI partners, a celebration of kinship By Tess Bacalla For partners of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), the print media continues to play a major role in conveying information to the public that helps make their lives better and...
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Probe issues, ditch superficial coverage of ASEAN — Myanmar journalist
The media must strive to bring more substantive stories to their audiences on issues affecting the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and its member states. Speaking Thursday at the 21st National Press Forum of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI),...
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PPI’s keynote speaker highlights media’s role in promoting awareness of ASEAN
PPI's keynote speaker highlighs media's role in promoting awareness of ASEAN By Tess Bacalla Despite its perceived weaknesses and differences among its individual member states, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) share common values that have led to cooperation...
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Dureza calls on media to help advance peace
Amid the raging tension in Marawi City, presidential peace advisor on the peace process Jesus G. Dureza highlighted the role of the media in helping calm down the situation and quell misinformation, which stokes terrorism fears and plays into terrorists’...
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From Road to Ocean: Media an Essential Partner in Development
Representatives of PPI’s partner organizations lead the relaunch of their respective organizations' programs with PPI during the 20th National Press Forum. From left to right: Atty. Edward Lorenzo, Oceana Philippines’s legal counsel and policy officer; Ritzi Villarico Ronquillo, Holcim Philippines’...
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PPI 2015 Awards Night Photos
2015 Civic Journalism Community Press Awards Posted by Philippine Press Institute on Friday, June 24, 2016
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High Stakes in Turbulent Waters
Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio delivers a talk at the 20th National Press Forum of the Philippine Press Institute, themed: "Understanding the Dispute in the West Philippine Sea," on June 23 at the Century Park Hotel in...
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