By DEE AYROSO
Day: March 23, 2021
Supreme Court condemns killings, threats against lawyers and judges
“At this crucial juncture when the other institutions have defaulted on us, we fervently welcome these bold and unequivocal declarations, initial steps and further plans from our very own refuge.”
Lab Notes | 6 crucial policies absent in latest IATF resolution
The latest IATF resolution released on Sunday lacks at least six policies that are crucial to addressing a worsening pandemic, especially when you are implementing a lockdown.
After bloody Sunday, lawyers call for review of issuance of search warrants
“The multiple deaths resulting from the execution of search warrants, the claims that the police planted evidence in the course of the search, and the perceived misuse of court processes to attack activists and dissenters all demand comprehensive reforms in the issuance of search warrants and their implementation.”
Huntahan: Researching a pandemic
All ears, journalism students. There’s no other way but to love Math. Bulatlat journalists Rein Tarinay and Dawn Cecilia Peña sit down for a huntahan on the importance of research, and how numbers and data can be used to speak truth to power.
Biking and walking
Lots of positive things could be said of a city that encourages walking and biking. Here in the Philippines, biking has become popular after pandemic lockdowns have been imposed. But challenges remain for bikers and pedestrians as public infrastructure discourages both.