Month: November 2014
“Allowing military presence in educational institutions is tantamount to increasing the risks for children.” – SOS Network
“Is that vandalism? There is a message. Maybe you should read it.” – Antonio Flores, Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas
“What is more honorable for us to do than resist the unjust systems for women?”
Ama Nelson is gone but his wisdom will shine and live in us forever.
“Contrary to some belief, PAGASA does not recognize nor use both ‘typhoon signal number 5’ and ‘super typhoon’ categories. But Yolanda [Haiyan] has redefined boundaries.”
Protesters call for the resignation of Commission on Higher Education chair Patricia Licuanan as the agency pushes the abolition of Filipino as a college subject.
“The project is so extensive but the welfare of the people that would be affected in Capas, Bamban towns and Mabalacat city is not being considered.” – Anakpawis partylist Rep. Fernando Hicap
“Where do they want us to sleep? Where do they want us to live?”
“Most of these fees are questionable, exorbitant, redundant and dubious.” – Rise for Education
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective Press freedom is said to be a fundamental human right and one of the foundations of democratic societies. In 2006, then UN Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information Shashi Tharoor lamented, “The number of journalists killed in the line of duty has become a barometer for measuring press freedom.” However,…