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Mindanao journos challenge gov’t to explain details of federalism
Journalists from Mindanao has challenged the Philippine government to explain thoroughly the details of federalism for the general Filipino public, this despite the seemingly high level of awareness of Mindanaoans on the proposed form of government as campaigned by President...
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PPI organizes federalism seminars for journalists
The Philippine Press Institute (PPI), also known as the national association of newpapers, in partnership with the Pimentel Institute for Leadership and Governance (PILG) and with support from the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), a non-profit association funded mainly by the...
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UNDERSTANDING FEDERALISM IN PHILIPPINE CONTEXT
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Is the Philippine ready for a federal form of government? Discussions on federalism have not been fully reported in mainstream media. If there were, the public’s knowledge about it has been limited to pushing for its establishment as a new...
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[Regional] As press freedom declines, so does religious freedom in Southeast Asia
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Amid declining media freedom in Southeast Asia, freedom of religion or belief is also in a downward spiral. Five countries in Southeast Asia have been named “worst offenders of religious freedom” despite belonging to the most diverse region in terms of belief....
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PPI elects four officers and six regional trustees
01. Alfonso Gomez Pedroche, Pilipino Star Ngayon - Chairman-President (Re-elected) 02. Alex Rey Pal, MetroPost (Dumaguete City) - Trustee for Visayas and Vice-Chairman 03. Amalia Montecillo Bandiola, Mindanao Times (Davao City) - Trustee for Mindanao and Corporate Secretary (Re-elected) 04....
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IS PRINT MEDIA DYING?
By Alfonso Pedroche, PPI-Chairman The supply of newsprint runs short as the number of trees, from where paper is derived dwindles fast. As a result, the cost of newsprint rises to an exorbitant proportion even as the prices of other...
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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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Fighting Disinformation
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Close to 200 students, teachers, and employees pose with the training team of the Philippine and sign the covenant during the conduct of its scholastic program on fake news at the Polytechnic University of Philippines (PUP) at its main campus...
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PH-EITI Media Fellowship at PICC
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Media Fellowship   Twenty-four journalists from NCR, Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao participate in the closing activity of the partnership between the Philippine Press Institute (PPI) and the Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI) at the PICC. Select fellows whose proposals were...
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Let’s Get Real on Fake News UDM!
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Professors at the Universidad de Manila (UDM) join the training team of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI) and resource person Inday Espina-Varona to lead the signing of the covenant against disinformation.  This highlights the institute's one-day expanded scholastic program on...
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