“We don’t want aid, what we need is to get our livelihood back. What can we get from the government’s aid? A few kilos of rice and cans of sardines? Those aren’t even enough to feed our family for a day. Our request is to get our livelihood back, we’re not expecting the government to help us, so can they at least allow us to help ourselves?”
In this week’s #Bulatlatan episode, journalists from Northern Dispatch, Radyo Natin Guimba, Dampig Katarungan, and Altermidya – People’s Alternative Media Network share the challenges they face as they continue to report the issues of the marginalized & oppressed sectors in their communities. Be inspired by their persistence & courage in telling the truth amid the…
In this week’s Bulatlatan, let’s compare the US and Philippine public health system and the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. So we ask, is ‘State-side’ the safe side?
In this Bulatlatan episode, Mrs. Edith Burgos, then general manager of Ang Pahayagang Malaya and We Forum, and son JL Burgos, journalist and filmmaker, look back at the lessons in fighting the Marcos dictatorship and call on the Filipino people to speak the truth amid the creeping tyranny.
Modern day heroes? For decades, their remittances have kept the country’s economy afloat. But in this Bulatlatan episode, overseas Filipino workers in UK and Canada discuss the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic to their lives and jobs and the apparent lack of government assistance they are receiving.
In this episode of Bulatlat, an all-women panel discusses the attacks on press freedom amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode of Bulatlatan, Digital security expert Tom Banaria discusses COVID-themed cyber attacks and provides practical tips to protect yourselves.
In this timeline, Bulatlat enumerates all attempts to curtail free speech and press freedom while the country is placed under the enhanced community quarantine due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Filipino children responded to the call of a doctor to create handmade cards for #COVID19PH patients.
An original composition of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
The multibillion peso dam is part of the New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project (NCWSP) by the Philippine Government in 2012. The 600-meter dam is said to solve the water supply shortage in the country’s capital Metro Manila. Planned to harness water from the Kaliwa River and its tributaries, the dam will be constructed in…