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Despite the threats that the new law poses to free speech, campus publications pledged they will not cower in fear but continue to stand firm in upholding their rights
'Today we are a step ahead in our fight against impunity,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines calls on all publications to remain vigilant and continue to 'persistently uncover the true state of our society'
'The vanguards of light and truth in various campuses are being the next targets of control by the government and school administrations,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado
While the government makes Filipino and Philippine Literature courses optional in college, it has railroaded the bill for mandatory ROTC. This is 'false nationalism,' a group says.
Election watchdog Kontra Daya and leaders of youth groups argue Duterte Youth Chairman Ronald Cardema does not meet the age requirement
PRESS RELEASE: The College Editors Guild of the Philippines is focusing on the 'campus press as vanguards for people's struggle for truth, justice, and democracy'
College Editors Guild of the Philippines claims red-tagging is part of the 'persistent state crackdown against progressive groups and individuals'
Netizens blast yet another increase in the price of basic services
Student leaders and campus journalists are locked inside a holding room in the House of Representatives for hours to keep them from attending the hearing on the implementing rules and regulations of the free tuition law
Based on records of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines, at least 200 of the 800 cases of campus press freedom violations are related to the withholding of funds, the lifeblood of student-run publications
These protests seek to condemn the recent attacks of President Rodrigo Duterte on press freedom
In the course of Philippine history, several campus publications stayed true to this role of shaping public opinion. They’ve gone beyond the 4 walls of the classroom and tackled the same issues hounding the country.
Press freedom advocates argue that the Campus Journalism Act has, in itself, flaws that compromise press freedom
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines invites media practitioners and concerned citizens to join the 'Black Friday Protest for Press Freedom' at the Boy Scout Circle in Quezon City on January 19 at 6pm
Some students hold up banners with the name of Rosanna Sanfuego who reportedly killed herself over difficulties in paying school fees
As it is most students of Cagayan State University cannot afford the cost of school fees says the National Union of Students of the Philippines
In an open letter to the Catholic leader a nationwide coalition of youth groups details the challenges faced by Filipino youth from the peace process and disasters to corruption in government
The Cybercrime Law is undemocratic and has negative implications on the right to free speech and privacy