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NEWS RELEASE 2010 November 21 Student journalists and musicians lit candles earlier today to commemorate the Maguindanao massacre. “We are gathered here today to remember the lives of those lost during the Maguindanao massacre,” Christopher Pasion, deputy secretary general of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines said. Disclaimer | What you are reading is…

Press Release November 20, 2010   “Human Rights Watch has already delivered its verdict: that Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has aided the Ampatuans in its unquenchable quest for power. Our question for President Noynoy Aquino is, what’s next?” Trina Federis, College Editors Guild national president said.   New York-based Human Rights Watch delivered a report, indicting Arroyo…

“If he is doing the right thing, he doesn’t need an expensive US-based lobbying firm. His correct acts will eventually be noticed.” Trina Federis, College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president said. According to a column by journalist Victor Agustin, the Malaysian government spent $24 million for the same firm. This is outrageous, according…

NEWS RELEASE July 20, 2010   Families and victims of human rights violations under the banner of Hustisya (Victims of Arroyo Regime United for Justice) will join various sectors and people’s organizations in the SONA rally on Monday, as they continuously call for justice and an end to extrajudicial killings.   According to Evangeline Hernandez,…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 16, 2010    Ten days before President Aquino’s State of the Nation Address (SONA), students today walkout from their classes, marched to Malacanang, and defied President Aquino to resolve the education crisis on SONA day.   “Today is a national day of youth action. Youth and students, not just in the…

By RONALYN V. OLEA
“The business of ensuring justice for all victims weighs just as heavy on Aquino as head of state as it should on all those whose sworn duty it is to protect and ensure the life and welfare of all citizens but which, sadly, they still have to do so,” the NUJP said.

NEWS RELEASE 2010 June 14 “Commodification of education intensifies repression!” This was how CEGP explained the reason behind the 204 campus press freedom violations documented during its national convention last April 21-25, Negros Occidental. Disclaimer | What you are reading is either a press release/ statement or a manifesto. These materials do not go through…


“Fight for genuine independence!” This is the call of the various progressive groups as they marched to US Embassy in commemoration of the 112th declaration of Philippine Independence Saturday, denouncing US imperialism and the US-led war against terrorism.

By Anne Ednalyn Dela Cruz Bulatlat.com Two victims of human rights violations who were former campus journalists were given tribute by fellow campus journalists from College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) during the 70th National Student Press Convention in Negros Occidental last April 25. Former CEGP-Visayas vice president and former editor of Vital Signs,…