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International Fact-Checking Network nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Jan 22, 2021

While not a shortlisting for the award, IFCN Director Baybars Örsek says they see the nomination as 'an important validation of the work of fact-checkers worldwide'

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On 35th EDSA anniversary, campus journos reiterate call to junk Anti-Terror Law
February 25, 2021 Gabriela Baron

On the 35th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, the College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) on Thursday, Feb. 25, reiterated their call to junk Anti-Terror Law.

The Video: Youth groups relive student activism on anniversary of EDSA revolution
Feb 25, 2021 ANC 24/7
Several youth groups gather at the grounds of U.P. Diliman to relive student activism on the anniversary of the EDSA revolution. They say democracy is under threat and history seems to be repeating itself.

Campus journalists say coverage 'paralyzed' by pandemic
Sep 26, 2020 John Sitchon

Many campus publications have been striving to increase their presence beyond campus walls
Similar to the limitations the novel coronavirus forced on traditional news media, campus publications are also facing their own difficulties trying to report on their campuses and communities.

ABS-CBN news chief: ‘The war vs truth is at its fiercest’
Camille Elemia August 03 2020
‘When politicians try to tell you how to do your job, you do not back down,’ ABS-CBN’s Ging Reyes tells University of the Philippines graduates
“The war against truth is at its fiercest.”
ABS-CBN Integrated News and Current Affairs chief Ging Reyes said this on Sunday, August 2, as she spoke to graduates of the University of the Philippines (UP) College of Mass Communication in a virtual ceremony.
Herself a UP graduate, Reyes said journalists have “the constitutional right to seek truth and report any matter of public interest without censorship or punishment.”
Ang oppressed press sa mga campus ng Pilipinas
Xander Lauren Cipriano July 30 2020

'Kung kayang patahimikin ng estado ang mga malalaking pahayagan, paano pa kaya ang mga pahayagang pampaaralan?'
Noong Agosto 28, 2019, pinirmahan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang Republic Act No. 11440 o ang “National Campus Press Freedom Day Act” na ipagdiriwang tuwing Hulyo 25. Bagama’t isinasaad nito ang pagsulong at pagprotekta sa kalayaan ng pamamahayag ng mga campus publications sa Pilipinas, kapansin-pansin na kabaligtaran ng nakasaad sa batas ang kasalukuyang nangyayari sa bansa.

CEGP: Almost 1,000 violations against campus press freedom since 2010
Loreta Arroyo July 25 2020

CEGP warns that the distance learning setup would pave the way for more violations and attacks against campus press freedom
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) filed a complaint before the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) on Thursday, July 24, citing almost 1,000 violations against campus press freedom since 2010.

Campus press also under attack, says Cebu student activist
John Sitchon July 30 2020
'We see that whatever is happening in the University is also happening in the nation or outside because universities are microcosms of the nation,' says YANAT's Hannah Cartagena
Press freedom is also under attack in college campuses under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, according to youth activists.

Protect campus journalism, CHR urges people on National Campus Press Freedom Day
July 25, 2020 Czarina Nicole Ong Ki
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) has urged the people to protect campus journalism and listen to the voice of the youth in light of the observance of National Campus Press Freedom Day Saturday

Bacolod youth, campus journalists show solidarity with ABS-CBN
Marchel P. Espina July 12, 2020

'Today, we grieve. But tomorrow, we make sure that truth and democracy shall continue to live,' the young rallyists say

'We will not be silenced': Campus press denounce signing of anti-terror law
July 04, 2020

Despite the threats that the new law poses to free speech, campus publications pledged they will not cower in fear but continue to stand firm in upholding their rights

‘Mas dapat magalit’: Filipino youth face dangerous future with anti-terror bill
Jodesz Gavilan June 12, 2020

The Filipino youth will bear the brunt of the anti-terror bill's long-lasting effects

'Another blow to press freedom’: Student groups condemn cyber libel conviction
June 15, 2020

Various groups say the guilty verdict depicts a clear message to silence institutions that report on the truth about the government
Several groups and campus publications decried the guilty verdict on Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa and former Rappler researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos over cyber libel charges in a decision handed down Monday, June 15.

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Republic Act 7079, Campus Journalism Act of 1991

Does the Campus Journalism Act protect press freedom?
Sofia Tomacruz January 31, 2018
Press freedom advocates argue that the Republic Act 7079, Campus Journalism Act (CJA) has, in itself, flaws that compromise press freedom.
The Campus Journalism Act approved by the late former president Corazon Aquino on July 5, 1991 was enacted in recognition of the vital role the campus press played during Martial Law.

Duterte signs law making July 25 'National Campus Press Freedom Day'
Pia Ranada September 10, 2019
President Rodrigo Duterte signs the law as his government fends off accusations of intimidating student publications outspoken about recent killings

Making Space: Braving the anti-terror bill as student-journalists
June 09, 2020

With the youth and students at the forefront of speaking truth to power, how are they dealing with the threat of the pending anti-terror bill?

After ABS-CBN’s shutdown, campus publications refuse to be silent
Samantha Bagayas May 08, 2020

Campus publications stand with ABS-CBN and band together with fellow journalists to make their voices heard

Campus journalists, now is the time to speak up
John Paul Punzalan May 08, 2020
'Campus journalism goes beyond medals and certificates.... With or without press conference season, student writers should always speak up.'

A message to campus journalists: Your voice matters more than ever
Samantha Bagayas April 03, 2020

We need more storytellers to shine a light on issues that matter, especially now when scared and confused people are more susceptible to misleading posts and false information

UE campus journalist 'forced' to apologize after criticizing Duterte gov't online
Samantha Bagayas April 07, 2020 - with Video

A campus journalist from the University of the East (UE) was allegedly forced to issue a public apology on Sunday, April 5, after he wrote a Facebook post criticizing the government's efforts in handling the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
The apology stems from an online discussion between Joshua Molo and his former teachers in Nueva Ecija about how the Duterte administration is handling the coronavirus outbreak

Student publications raise hell after UE campus journalist forced to issue apology
Daniel Asido, The Communicator April 06, 2020
Several student publications deplore the incident, reiterating Filipinos’ freedom of speech and expression as enshrined in the 1987 Constitution



What problems do student journalists face when press freedom is under attack?
February 29, 2020
Around 30 campus publications from Metro Manila and surrounding provinces unpack these challenges and think of solutions to help empower young journalists in a huddle led by MovePH
Campus journalists heed the call in the battle for truth
Mar 25, 2020
Despite challenging circumstances, campus journalists fight back as they call for autonomy and protection of press freedom. They share how they continue to brave through amid the threats faced by campus publications.

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Campus journalists heed the call in the battle for truth
Mar 25, 2020
Student journalists share how they continue to take courage amid the threats campus publications face

Campus publications call for autonomy, protection of press freedom
Gaby Baizas February 29, 2020
Students point out how hurdles faced by campus journalists threaten the quest for truth

After media giants, campus publications also 'unsafe'
February 27, 2020
‘If media giants are threatened, what is stopping the government from doing the same to campus publications?’ Philippine Collegian editor-in-chief Beatrice Puente points out

What the Ampatuan Massacre verdict means to a campus journalist
Diwa Donato December 24, 2019

The fight of professional journalism will always be the fight of campus journalism. We celebrate the Ampatuan Massacre verdict, hope for the extent of justice, and continue to address the struggles of press freedom.

#HandsOffKule: UP student groups hit attempted ‘surveillance’ of Philippine Collegian
November 18, 2019

The Union of Journalists of the Philippines-UP slams the 'blatant intimidation' against student publications

College editors’ alliance slams red-tagging of campus pub in Eastern Visayas
August 21, 2019

The College Editors Guild of the Philippines calls on all publications to remain vigilant and continue to 'persistently uncover the true state of our society'

CEGP urges CHED: 'Act on complaints vs campus press freedom violations'
July 24, 2019

'The vanguards of light and truth in various campuses are being the next targets of control by the government and school administrations,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado

Police take down post red-tagging youth journalist
June 06, 2020

But Youth Act Now Against Tyranny Baguio says the takedown is 'too late'
The cops originally posted on their official Facebook page a screenshot of a video clip from Youtube warning the public of the recruitment practices of the communist armed rebel group New People's Army. This post included the name of Khim Abalos as a recruiter of leftist groups.


Campus journalism
Feb 2, 2019

Ang National Schools Press Conference ay ang pinakamataas na uri ng kompetisyon sa journalism sa pampubliko at pribadong elementarya at high schools batay na rin sa Republic Act 7079 o mas kilala bilang Campus Journalism Act Of 1991. Anong mga klaseng kompetisyon ang pinaglalabanan sa NSPC? Paano ng proseso nito? At gaano ito kaapektibong aktibidad sa mga estudyanteng nais maging journalist?

IN PHOTOS: Campus journalists set energy high in NSPC 2019 opening
Stephen Bryan Esic January 29, 2019
This year's National Schools Press Conference theme is anchored on 'Fostering 21st century skills and character-based education through campus journalism'


Meet the Millennials with Samuel Burke as he talks to campus journalists
Oct 6, 2018

CNN business and tech correspondent Samuel Burke as he talks to campus journalists about the power of social media, and the pressing issues millennials face today.


Meet the Filipino Columbia University student who won a Pulitzer
April 27, 2018

23-year-old Mariel Padilla talks to MovePH's Raisa Serafica about her Pulitzer award and the importance of local reporting.

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USC students pledge to fight disinformation, defend press freedom
Nile Villa August 31, 2018

Attendees of the #MoveCebu: Social good in the digital age workshop pledge to hold the line

Is Philippine Collegian facing a press freedom issue?
Frances Roberto May 12, 2018

'The UPD administration needs to be level-headed enough to study the rules and interpret them based on the normative standards of journalism, especially when it comes to editorial independence,' says professor Danilo Arao.


Philippine Collegian campus journos barred from taking editorial exams
May 05, 2018
UPDATED The Board of Judges cites the candidates’ failure to meet residency requirements as basis for disqualification from taking the editorial exams. UP Chancellor Michael Tan upholds the decision.
Two campus journalists of the Philippine Collegian, University of the Philippines Diliman’s official student publication, were disqualified from the selection of the publication’s next editor-in-chief.

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Campus journalists on why press freedom matters
Published on May 2, 2018

In this video for World Press Freedom Day 2018, campus journalists from different universities in Metro Manila share with Rappler their thoughts on the importance of campus journalism and press freedom

The article by Kaye Cabal May 03, 2018


Jessica Soho and Mike Enriquez on why journalism matters

GMA 7's veteran broadcast journalists talk about journalism, the changing media landscape, and the challenges

The article by Alexa Villano May 04, 2018

#WalkOutPH trends on Twitter as millennials fight for press freedom, human rights
Raisa Serafica February 23, 2018

Martial Law survivor Boni Ilagan also talked to students from the College of Mass Communication and advised them to 'create their own First Quarter Storm'

Campus journos 'defend press freedom' during NSPC 2018 awarding ceremonies
Bong Santisteban February 23, 2018
'It's not just a contest for us. we will uphold press freedom even though we just came from a small island province,' says a campus journalist from Virac, Catanduanes

The different faces of press freedom violations vs campus journalists
Raisa Serafica February 23, 2018

Based on records of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines, at least 200 of the 800 cases of campus press freedom violations are related to the withholding of funds, the lifeblood of student-run publications.

Why campus journalists should go beyond classrooms
Jodesz Gavilan February 01, 2018

In the course of Philippine history, several campus publications stayed true to this role of shaping public opinion. They’ve gone beyond the 4 walls of the classroom and tackled the same issues hounding the country.

UP chancellor endorses February 23, 24 activities vs EJKs, attack on press freedom
Raisa Serafica February 23, 2018
'We need to encourage our students to participate in the activities as part of their education,' UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan says.

Oldest alliance of college editors to stage nationwide protests February 23, 2018
These protests seek to condemn the recent attacks of President Rodrigo Duterte on press freedom

Go beyond competition, 1967 NSSPC champ tells campus journos
Bong Santisteban February 17, 2018
'One should know the difference between a campus writer and campus journalists. When you're a campus journalist, you write with purpose,' says 1967 National Secondary Schools Press Conference champ Perfecto Martin

Campus journos 'disappointed' over DepEd's termination of partnership with Rappler
February 07, 2018

The termination occurs two weeks before the conduct of the National Schools Press Conference in Dumaguete City which Rappler will be covering. Rappler will also be spearheading the Online Publishing Demonstration Contest.

John Nery encourages campus journos to keep on writing
Abigail Abigan February 22, 2018
"Choose, not just your battles, but your battleground," says Nery in the opening ceremony of the 2018 National Schools Press Conference.

DepEd terminates partnership with Rappler, sacrifices ideals of campus journalism
February 07, 2018 - with Videos

The cancellation of the partnership comes about two weeks before we begin an online publishing contest organized by the NSPC and customized for the DepEd by Rappler.

on Wednesday, without stating any reason, Education Secretary Leonor Briones gave us letters terminating two agreements: our partnership with them for disaster preparedness and the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC).


No exclusivity, money involved in Rappler-DepEd partnership
Bong Santisteban February 19, 2018

DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones cites the Securities and Exchange Commission decision to revoke the articles of incorporation of Rappler Inc. and Rappler Holdings as the basis for the department's termination of its partnership with Rappler.

By ending Rappler-DepEd partnership, the only losers are the kids
Jane Bracher February 10, 2018

Think of some of the dream-come-true stories you've heard or witnessed, or your own story. What did they have in common? Opportunity.

Over 150 school publication advisers join webinar on online publishing
Bong Santisteban January 21, 2018
The free webinar tackles topics on effective storytelling techniques and responsible use of social media.

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