Aside from reporting from their areas on May 9, the 17 core Movers take active roles in pushing for and organizing MovePH projects
The forum will be held from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on March 10 at the Silliman University gymnasium. Register via Eventbrite below.
Marikina youth and local government officials learn how to use Rappler's Project Agos online platform for reporting emergencies during disasters
How can young people use social media for social good? Read how you can get tickets to Rappler-Move's February 16 workshop in Angeles City
Is your village, town or city ready to face disasters? Join the conversation. Ask questions, share your stories, post a video or photo!
On March 6, MovePH and the Southern Leyte State University holds a forum that highlights the story of Southern Leyte's recovery the potential of social media to help build resilient communities
Rappler with Southern Luzon State University will be in Lucban, Quezon on March 1 to discuss the role of social in building resilient communities
Rappler moves its July 26 newscast down south for #SHIFTDavao
Rappler’s citizen journalists nationwide converge for a workshop in preparation for election coverage
Rappler election volunteers will gather on April 29-30 at the Richmonde Hotel, Ortigas for an exclusive journalism workshop
A citizen journalist protects democracy by holding public officials accountable for promises they make
A roundtable discussion for #MoveCavite raises issues on political rivalry and violence
Rappler's MovePH brings its chat series to Silang, Cavite
Rappler moves Ilolilo in this latest chat series hosted by Central Philippines University.
The event highlights lectures on emerging practices in journalism that enhance development communication.
“Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read."
Rappler heads to Ilocos to learn about the current relevant local issues.
Move goes to Northwestern University for #MoveIlocos.
Students of the Visayas State University produce an advocacy video that encourages students to speak up on burning national and local issues
Students from over 20 universities join counterparts from Visayas State University in Baybay City, Leyte to learn about how technology can be used in the coming elections
To be held in partnership with the Visayas State University (VSU), the forum cum workshop is the 11th of Move.PH's chat series with the overall theme, 'Social Media for Social Change'
Rappler returns to Bacolod for a rescheduled forum on social media and political dynasties
Silliman University co-sponsors with Rappler the event dubbed “Social Media for Social Change: Pushing Environmental Journalism Forward” on Friday, November 16, from 12:30 to 5:00 pm at the Silliman Hall
Registration is free, but we are encouraging interested participants to accomplish an online registration form
'We realized the power of a community newspaper. By reporting accurately and being at the center at the community, we were able to help contribute to shepherding a local agenda into the national agenda.'
Carrying the theme, "Pushing Development Forward,” the event seeks to bring together more than 300 development communication practitioners, teachers and students from UPLB, nearby universities and colleges
In partnership with UP Los Baños, social news network Rappler will gather development communication practitoners, students, and the academe for the fifth leg of its 'Social Media for Social Change' chat series
Online registration will facilitate entry to the SEARCA auditorium in UPLB, the venue of next Wednesday's event
Online registration will facilitate entry to the Campion Lecture Hall on September 14
Rappler holds a social media workshop in Naga City titled 'Social Media for Social Change: May Power Ka Ba?'
Register for #MoveBicol: May Power Ka Ba? July 6, 2012 at Ateneo de Naga
Participants of #MoveManila share their thoughts on Rappler's Manila workshop.