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CHR, former solon join call to stop attacks against activists

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The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) and former Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat, Jr. joined the call to stop the attacks against activists, and for the government to ensure their protection and safety.

Indigenous groups vow to continue fighting amid intensified attacks

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Indigenous groups led by the Cordillera Peoples Alliance said that the best way to commemorate the International Day of the World's Indigenous People is to continue their defense of their ancestral domain and assertion of their rights amid the intensified attacks.

Nun believes military behind shooting of Ifugao journalist

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A member of the Religious of the Good Shepherd, working with the Vicariate of Bontoc-Lagawe and worked with Lee on human rights concerns in the province, said she is convinced that the military is behind the shooting.

Official Nordis Statement on the Attempted Murder of Brandon Lee

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Kimberlie Ngabit Quitasol, editor-in-chief of Northern Dispatch, delivers our statement on the attempt on Brandon Lee's life during the protest in Baguio City on August 7 at the People's Park to condemn the attack and demand justice.

Ronalyn Olea: “The tyrants in cyberspace are shutting down critical and independent voices”

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Ronalyn V. Olea is the managing editor of Bulatlat, Philippines’ top alternative online news site. Bulatlat covers politics, human rights, indigenous people and Filipino culture from a critical angle towards the regime of President Rodrigo Duterte. That position has labeled them “enemy of the state” by the Army. In collaboration with other targeted organizations, and supported by the forensic investigation of Qurium, Bulatlat filed a lawsuit against Suniway, the Philippine company who’s infrastructure enabled the cyber attacks.

WHAT THE PUBLIC MISSED | Reportage on the recent clashes in Mountain Province

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Most reports provided the basic information about the clashes, enough to inform the readers of what transpired. However, straight news that dwells only on the firefight and the casualties tends to create further division among the people. It leaves a data gap on the circumstances that caused the events and the reasons why the war in the countryside continue to rage.

Alternative media picket DICT for cyber-attacks inaction

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Members of alternative media, digital rights activists, and artists picketed the National Computer Emergency Response Team (NCERT) of the Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) office to protest the negligence of the office to respond the cyber-attacks against groups critical to the Duterte administration.

Attacks on news sites meant to stifle criticism, dissent – NUJP

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The National Union of Journalist of the Philippines denounced the relentless cyber-attacks to disable online alternative news outfits Bulatlat and Kodao, saying it is “meant to stifle criticism and dissent.”

BULATLAT UNDER ATTACK | “Unbent, unbowed, unbroken”

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Cyber-attack against Bulatlat, an alternative online news site has been relentless but like House Martell in the HBO Original Series “Game of Thrones”, the site and its editorial staff remain “unbent, unbowed and unbroken”. With the organization’s resolve and help of a Sweden based group of digital forensic investigation expert, the attackers did not succeed to bring the site down.

Baguio journalists recognize Nordis editor

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Journalists in the City of Pines honored Kathleen T. Okubo, the editor-in-chief of Northern Dispatch (Nordis) Weekly, as one of the 12 Most Outstanding Senior Citizens of Baguio City and the Province of Benguet in the field of journalism.

Stories of struggle: The 2018 Nordis reportage

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In closing the year, Northern Dispatch provided stories on organized forces, events and policies that shaped the economic and political landscape of Northern Luzon, from the standpoint of the marginalized and oppressed.

PUBLISHERS NOTE | Nordis’ last copy on paper

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As the world turns on to a new year, it is with deep regrets that the publishers, Northern Media Information Network Board of Trustees announce this issue to be the last copy of the Northern Dispatch Weekly on newsprint, as it moves to focus on better serving you and all readers on its website with daily issuances of news coverages and weekly features of stories from the field on its website, https//www.nordis.net.

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Rising above fear and repression for genuine agrarian reform

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For many peasant leaders like Manong Tony, the struggle for land rights, higher farmgate price, and appropriate services have also become a struggle to rise above state violence and fear.

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