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BY Bulatlat.com September 1, 2008 – 3:16 p.m. While the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) welcomed the Commission on Human Rights’ (CHR) resolution on the Manila Peninsula standoff, the group also found the said resolution wanting. In its resolution, the CHR found violations in the “arrest, detention and processing” of journalists who…

Does snapping at journalists reflect culture of impunity? BY ACE ALEGRE Bulatlat Vol. VIII, No. 15, May 18-24, 2008 BAGUIO CITY (246 kms from Manila) – Does snapping at journalists reflect the culture of impunity, which is the main reason for the unabated killing of not just journalists but also activists? A media organization says…

BY THE NATIONAL UNION OF JOURNALISTS OF THE PHILIPPINES (NUJP) Posted by Bulatlat The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines protests in the strongest terms the high-handed and arbitrary ban imposed by Manila Police District director, Sr Supt Danilo Abarzosa on personal interviews with detained Bayan Muna Rep Satur Ocampo . We do understand…

Was it a simple case of attempted hold-up, or was it a political threat? The recent attack on a council member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJP) Baguio-Benguet chapter by an unidentified knife-wielding man has brought this question to the fore. BY ARTHUR L. ALLAD-IW Northern Dispatch Bulatlat.com LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET – Was it…

BY ARTEMIO A. DUMLAO (Bulatlat.com) Fight back! This was the call of the group National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP), one of the country’s biggest groups of journalists, as it lamented government’s “lameduck” effort to curb the killings of journalists. Fight back! This was the call of the group National Union of Journalists…

7 of 10 farmers are landless Seven out of 10 farmers in Southern Tagalog (a region south of Manila) are landless. Peter “Tata Pido” Gonzales, spokesperson of the Katipunan ng mga Samahan ng Magbubukid sa Timog Katagalugan (Kasama-TK, a farmers’ alliance in the region) said Jan. 21that the unprecedented increase in the number of farmers…