Rappler's latest stories on youth
'Kakalampagin natin ang Korte Suprema. Lalaban ulit tayo sa Kongreso,' says Katapat, echoing fellow youth groups in the country following the signing of the anti-terror law
PRESS RELEASE: The Masungi Geopark Project is the lone finalist from Asia for the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Youth Award
Several indigenous youth in South and Southeast Asia take the challenge of responding to the needs of their communities
The Filipino youth will bear the brunt of the anti-terror bill's long-lasting effects
A study indicates that a majority of young people expect to suffer the consequences of the coronavirus crisis in the future – more than any other generation
Youth groups say the National Youth Commission 'should not be led by an individual who gravely misrepresents the Filipino youth and shows no clear concern for their welfare'
But Youth Act Now Against Tyranny Baguio says the takedown is 'too late'
In a statement addressed to the youth, the NYC Employees Association says that the agency faces a challenging time with Ryan Enriquez as chairperson
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Young people are facing a 'triple shock' from the coronavirus crisis, which is not only destroying their employment but also disrupting education and training
Visayan Youth Matters makes it their mission to help local communities better understand the current health crisis by translating important information about COVID-19 in local languages
Rights groups call for the urgent release of children dealing with abusive conditions in some youth detention centers, now compounded by the coronavirus threat
Cordillera Youth Brigade hopes that through their simple efforts, frontliners will have ample protection so they can go home to their families safely
The International Labour Organization warns there would be 'severe consequences for young people in terms of job opportunities' if the virus-related consumption squeeze continues
Three Filipina changemakers share their inspirational journeys in making it their mission to empower women and provide them with more opportunities in the face of discrimination, violence, and gender inequality
'It’s your community that gave you identity. It should be a self-obligatory response to give back to them,' shares Jal Mustari, an indigenous youth from Marawi City
The Commission on Elections en banc puts to rest contentious issues raised by Duterte Youth Chairman Ronald Cardema's attempts to sit in Congress as a youth representative
Written by Bicol-based journalist Mavic Conde, the story tells of opportunities for full-time work that out-of-school youth and undergraduates got through DOLE's Jobstart program
Teen speed skater Julian Macaraeg targets a bigger goal despite falling short of a podium finish in the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games
The condition of a figure skater who fell from 16 feet during rehearsals of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics opening ceremony has 'improved a little'
A female skater suffers severe injuries after falling to the ice from 16 feet during rehearsals of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games opening ceremony
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Malaya FC dominates the under-11, under-15, under-17, and under-19 categories of the Youth Football League
The multi-titled youth football team looks to pick up another crown after ruling the Borneo Cup
Petitioners say Duterte Youth is the only organization since the institution of the party list to have been granted registration without completing publication and hearing requirements
‘We refuse to inherit a dying planet and a sunken country. We are demanding climate justice,' says strike coordinator Mitzi Tan
The Commission on Elections' Law Department issues a subpoena ordering Duterte Youth chairman Ronald Cardema to attend a hearing, after a complaint was filed against him for material misrepresentation
Pasay City police see a pattern in the case of the missing youth
Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon maintains that Ronald Cardema's notice of withdrawal cannot be valid in the first place since it was filed 4 months past the deadline
(UPDATED) Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon slams the House resolution, saying it 'encroaches' on the poll body's independence
Despite this, Duterte Youth will not yet be able to assume a seat in the House of Representatives as the Commission on Elections has yet to issue the group's certificate of proclamation
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PRESS RELEASE: With 'bayanihan' at the core of our culture and identity, 2030 Youth Force Philippines aims to gather hundreds of advocates and partners to promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Gen Z may have been born into digital. But can they tell why and how things work in this landscape?
Climate change, the Amazon, and Metro Manila congestion
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg captured the world’s attention with her solo protest and chilling speeches. Five Filipino activists tell their stories on how they gained courage in one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change.
'Never nangyari na ganito kasama 'yung situation na binaboy nang husto 'yung party list system,' Eeection lawyer Emil Marañon says of the Duterte Youth's attempts to enter Congress
This is a misrepresentation, considering that the Comelec has yet to issue the group's certificate of proclamation, which is a requirement for a nominee to assume a seat in the House
'We keep on making a lot of exceptions to accommodate certain people and because of this, what will happen to our rules? Who will respect it?' says election lawyer Emil Marañon
The favorite pasalubong from Baguio brings home the argument about climate change
The Commission on Elections 'must, with all its might, resist any attempt at manipulation by those who are consumed by their own ignoble self-interest,' says poll commissioner Rowena Guanzon
(UPDATED) This comes despite Comelec rules stating the deadline for withdrawals and substitution of nominees of party-list groups is before the close of polls on election day
Election lawyer Emil Marañon opposes Duterte Youth chairman Ronald Cardema's congressional bid. Watch Rappler's interview with him on Monday, September 23.
'You have to start looking at how you can enter the political structures, how you will bring your ideas into them,' former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark tells young citizens
Former poll chair Sixto Brillantes Jr and election lawyer Emil Marañon also ask the Comelec to probe into Duterte Youth chair Ronald Cardema's allegations against Commissioner Rowena Guanzon
(UPDATED) Duterte Youth chair Ronald Cardema makes a move to end his own congressional bid, citing Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon's 'public harassment' as the reason for his withdrawal
Environmental groups lead the call for climate justice through climate strikes happening around the country
The petitioners argue Duterte Youth's party-list registration should be deemed void from the beginning as it failed to meet jurisdictional requirements of publication and public hearing
'You can file libel within 365 days so I'll file libel on the 364th day so that it will give him suspense,' says Commission on Elections Commissioner Rowena Guanzon
Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon addresses Duterte Youth chair Ronald Cardema' allegations against her, saying he's only trying to distract everyone from the fact that he is unqualified to sit in Congress