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The Call for Federalism is Not Yet Dead
By Noel De Luna Chairman, Kusog Bicolandia While it first came in dramatic fashion, with then newly-installed President Rodrigo Duterte...
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PPI hails Civic Journalism Community Press awardees
As the print industry continues to face challenges brought about by disruptive technology and innovation and a changing consumer landscape,...
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PPI Elects New Board of Trustees
Manila Standard publisher Rolando Estabillo was elected as the new chairman and president of the Philippine Press Institute. Estabillo took...
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IT SHALL NOT DIE.
On the 55th anniversary of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), also known as the national association of Philippine newspapers, established...
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PPI at 55: Building Better Communities
This year marks the 55th anniversary of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), also known as the national association of newspapers....
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LGBTQ-Bicol marks World AIDS Day; urges quarterly HIV-AIDS screening by DOH
In a low key but moving ceremony, members of the LGBTQ (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders and Queers) community from various...
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PPI facilitates LGBTQ Congress in Bicol
In an unprecedented effort, and for the first time in its long history of conceptualizing and conducting training programs for...
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Visayas media on federalism: there must be strong public awareness
Journalists from the Visayas recognized the challenges they face when it comes to informing the public about the proposed federalism...
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National effort to address safety of journalists in the Philippines off to good start
The first national multi-stakeholder consultation on the crafting of a Philippine plan of action on journalist safety took place in...
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Culture-sensitive federalism fit for PHL – Luzon journos
Journalists from Luzon and the NCR agreed that a Filipino or Filipinized type of federalism that acknowledges the country's diverse...
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