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If you are interested to know more, just drop an email . To volunteer please sign up here I am feeling so accomplished. I just finished a four week massive open online course (MOOC) on “Citizen Engagement: A Game changer for development?”, conducted by World Bank with partners such as London School of Economics, Overseas […]

Philippine hemophilia community seeks public support

In celebration of the World Hemophilia Day on April 17, the Hemophilia Association of the Philippines for Love & Service (HAPLOS) will spearhead a national gathering of different Hemophilia groups and support organizations at the Glorietta Mall in Makati City on April 11 to 12. Dubbed “Count Me In,” the two-day activity seeks to raise […]

If you are participating at the #RightsCon2015, Blog Watch is inviting you to our sessions

It’s full blast ahead for RightsCon SEA 2015 here in Manila, the first time the summit is held outside Silicon Valley! RightsCon is the premier summit series bringing together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the internet and human rights. This March 24 and 25, RightsCon will move to […]

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Bantayan yung binoto mo #juanvote

If you are interested to know more, just drop an email . To volunteer please sign up here I am feeling so accomplished. I just finished a four week massive open online course (MOOC) on “Citizen Engagement: A Game changer for development?”, conducted by World Bank with partners such as London School of Economics, Overseas […]

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Philippine hemophilia community seeks public support

In celebration of the World Hemophilia Day on April 17, the Hemophilia Association of the Philippines for Love & Service (HAPLOS) will spearhead a national gathering of different Hemophilia groups and support organizations at the Glorietta Mall in Makati City on April 11 to 12. Dubbed “Count Me In,” the two-day activity seeks to raise […]

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If you are participating at the #RightsCon2015, Blog Watch is inviting you to our sessions

It’s full blast ahead for RightsCon SEA 2015 here in Manila, the first time the summit is held outside Silicon Valley! RightsCon is the premier summit series bringing together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the internet and human rights. This March 24 and 25, RightsCon will move to […]

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Mamasapano cover-up fuels conflict, people’s outrage

“Systematic cover-up.” That sums up the main take away from the legislative hearings into the January 25 Mamasapano tragedy. As the nation commemorates the 40th day of the deaths of 44 Special Action Forces, 18 Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) guerrillas and six civilians, we demand clear and transparent reports from the various bodies probing […]

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Blog Watch seeks voter empowerment , citizen engagement and governance transformation. Initially called a Blog Watch project for the 2010 elections, it was our vision to simply provide another avenue to promote voter education. We found ourselves extending the project beyond the 100 day honeymoon period of President Noynoy Aquino. Today, Blog Watch focuses on […]

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Distorting truth and accountability through black propaganda? #mamasapano

A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on his shoes. – Mark Twain The phrase “negative campaigning” is often being done during the campaign period. In the 2010 presidential campaign, I wrote about the Villarroyo, black propaganda and negative campaigning. In my story, Bobby Reyes of Mabuhay Radio cited […]

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What happened? A hundred or so celebrants were blocked at #link4Justice

By Mae Paner, as originally posted at her Facebook wall Nag-umpisa ito sa Crispy Pata Sa coordination meeting para sa Kapit Bisig mob sa Crame binusog kami ng isang well meaning na Heneral Valeroso at apat pa sa team nya, abogado ang isa. Sa C2 restaurant sa Annapolis, we were treated to crispy pata, nilagang […]

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How the Noynoy Aquino administration is betraying the spirit of people power

If there’s a time of the year when it becomes somewhat acceptable wearing yellow as a symbol of unity and resistance to oppression, it’s perhaps February 25, the day of the historic EDSA People Power Revolution. While many would hate being associated with the yellow administration of the son of Cory Aquino, it can’t be […]

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