Rappler's latest stories on International Day to End Impunity
On this International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, it's important to recognize the essential link between the right to freedom of expression and the right to information. Journalists are too often the direct targets when either right is under attack, and ultimately – we are all victims.
'Like many, I fear that the pendulum of democracy is swinging the other way globally, enabled by social media,' says Maria Ressa when she accepted the National Democracy Institute's W. Averell Harriman Democracy Award on November 2 (US time)
At the EDSA Shrine local and foreign journalists call for an end to impunity as they pay tribute to their 32 colleagues who were among those killed in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre
The Committee to Protect Journalists says developments in the Ortega murder and Ampatuan massacre show that impunity continues in the Philippines
Families of the victims say the masterminds in the mass murder are state actors so the government is liable to pay the families
Malacañang rejects journalists statement tagging President Aquino as the impunity king