Tuesday, January 21, 2020


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Support ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal, defend press freedom

The People’s Alternative Media Network expressed full support to ABS-CBN’s renewal of franchise, which is set to expire in March.

Tignay Ilocos! Makibaka, huwag matakot!

Katulad ni Bonifacio, ipagtagumpay natin ang uring inaapi laban sa anumang uri ng pananakop, pagtatraydor at pandarahas. Gawin nating inspirasyon si Bonifacio, na kahit gaano kahirap, tayo ay mananaig at magtatagumpay. Sa panahong binabalot tayo ng kadiliman, higit kailanmang kailangang manindigan at kumilos para makamit ang magandang kinabukasan.

10 years of Ampatuan Massacre: End a Decade of Injustice! Convict Ampatuans Now!

A decade of unbearable grief and pain, as they watch the masterminds of the world’s single deadliest attack on journalists flex political power to evade justice for a crime most heinous, all the while dealing with a personal loss too great for many of us to fathom.

Kakabsat a mannalon, labanan ti pamutbuteng ken pammadakes dagiti pasista!

Daytoy a pammadakes iti TMK ken Oxfam ket paset ti programa ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte iti panangliplipit ken panangiparmek kadagiti organisasyon nga agtigtignay para kadagiti karbengan ken interes dagiti demokratiko a sektor iti gimong.

Altermidya to PNP: Stay away from our office

Altermidya Network, alarmed at the information regarding a warrant the PNP wants served in Quezon City's IBON Building, where they hold office, warns the PNP to "stay away from our office".

Encouraging violence against the media has no room in a democratic society

We reiterate that encouraging violence against the media and to those exercising their rights, even on social media posts, should not become a norm and tolerated. Such actions have no room in a democratic society nor on our page.

STATEMENTS | On the recent PNP statement about UP and PUP student immersion with...

Kabataan Partylist condemns the recent statement of the Philippine National Police (PNP) which accuses students from the University of the Philippines (UP) and Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) of immersing and joining the armed group New Peoples’ Army (NPA).

STATEMENTS | Uphold the right to environment for the benefit of all

Alyansa ng Novo Vizcayano para sa Kalikasan express concern over the tagging of its leaders, members and allies of being they supporters, recruiters and contacts of the New People’s Army, making them targets of attacks from state security forces under the administration's all-out war.

STATEMENTS | The climate of fear and impunity creeping in Ifugao

The Ifugao Peasant Movement said the human rights situation in Ifugao continues to worsen and the climate of fear and impunity is creeping throughout the province causing a chilling effect to a democratic and free society.

STATEMENTS | Stop the Persecution of Indigenous Peoples’ Human Rights Defenders

TFIP decried the blatant disregard of the human rights of indigenous peoples by the Duterte administration and noted that 2018 will be remembered as the year the government openly declared that human rights defenders from legitimate and registered organizations are considered as “terrorists”.

STATEMENTS | On the 70th anniversary of the International Human Rights Day

On the 70th year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, NUJP calls on all independent Filipino journalists to strengthen their bonds and solidify our ranks, and resist all efforts to silence or otherwise prevent them from fulfilling their task of serving the people’s sacred right to know.

STATEMENTS | Ited ti rumbeng a serbisio ken umannatup a tulong kadagiti umili a...

Kinondenar ti TUMAKDER ti nabuntog ken agkurkurang a panagresponde ti gobierno ti Pronbinsia ti Abra para iti panangalayay ti kasasaad dagiti nadidigra ti Bagyo Ompong ken ti nasaknap a militarisasion a mangparparkaro ti rigat a sagsagrapen dagitoy.



2019 TOP STORY | FPIC violations and doubts on NCIP’s impartiality

FPIC violations by government agencies and private corporations, and NCIP’s questionable conduct in the implementation of its own FPIC guidelines were among last year’s top stories.