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A preacher in church once said, 'Do not just step into the open door, walk into the open door. If you’re afraid, then do it afraid.'
Even before the midterm polls, Rappler movers have provided updates on the local race through live tweets, photos, and videos. They also wrote political profiles of their local candidates .
'Being a mover does not end with the elections. There will always be more stories to tell, more issues to bring light upon, and more people whose voices need to be heard'
Covering the local elections in Dipolog City served as an opportunity for me to improve my skills in journalism – at such a historic moment at that
Rappler Movers' Class of 2019 shares reasons why they heeded the call to be a mover
Twenty core Movers from across the Philippines will be part of Rappler's coverage of the 2019 Philippine elections
This is the story of MovePH and of the movers who helped make everything possible
We’d like to move and grow with you through partnerships aimed at triggering ripples of change across the country
Rappler election volunteers will gather on April 29 30 at the Richmonde Hotel Ortigas for an exclusive journalism workshop
It is a crucial undertaking where we involve civil society in the duties of the Fourth Estate