(UPDATED) Hundreds of Filipino youth gather in key cities across the country on Friday, September 21, condemning the similarities of Ferdinand Marcos and Rodrigo Duterte
Certain words and stories lose their power when told too many times. People can’t respond to horror stories and torture porn forever. Is there a better way of remembering Martial Law?
'I am encouraging all administrators, faculty, students, and staff throughout the system to participate in meaningful and peaceful activities,' says UP president Danilo Concepcion
(3rd UPDATE) Several activities are lined up for Friday, September 21, in Metro Manila and the regions to commemorate the declaration of Proclamation 1081
The story of Agta leader Marlon Rosalem who walked 6 hours to the Baggao town center to seek help for his typhoon-hit community has inspired netizens
The employer of Agnes Mancilla, 35, an overseas Filipino worker in Saudi Arabia, allegedly makes her work 20 hours a day and gives her only coffee for meals
As others prepared for Typhoon Ompong, Grade 11 student Jeric Reyes stayed in school for a few more hours to finish his homework because they had no electricity at home
The government has halted small-scale mining operations in the Cordillera Administrative Region but has yet to provide alternative livelihood to the miners
The Iglesia ni Cristo distributes relief packs to Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) victims, members and nonmembers alike
Hundreds of houses and plenty of crops in the farming town of Baggao in Cagayan Valley are lost to Typhoon Ompong. What do locals do? They rebuild and plant again.
Farmers are left with nothing to harvest after floods inundate their fields
'I don't know where I will get money to rebuild my house,' says 29-year-old William Quillopo, who again lost his house after Typhoon Ompong
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says the coastal town of Baggao was in the direct path of Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) when it hit land at 1:40 am Saturday
The National Council of Churches in the Philippines and CBN Asia, producer of 'The 700 Club Asia,' call for donations for those hit by Typhoon Ompong
At least 5 people have died and 5 are missing due to the typhoon, says Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan
(UPDATED) Do President Rodrigo Duterte's critics cross the line when they make fun of his Bisaya accent? The two later issue separate apologies.
People affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
'Bukas ang ating mga simbahan para makatulong sa inyo,' says Cabanatuan Bishop Sofronio Bancud
The world is producing 400 million tons of plastics every year, mostly packaging discarded after just one use
(UPDATED) These alert levels guide local government units on what to do before Ompong's landfall
Stay human, cultivate passions, and other learnings from #ThinkPH 2018
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle mobilizes the disaster response arm of his archdiocese to assist Filipinos who will be affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut)
Netizens express their frustration over the téte-a-téte
Tickets to the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
MovePH is looking for Agos volunteers who will help gather critical information in times of disasters
'Watch it because we are all Goyos in a way: young, foolish, idealistic, uncertain, selfish, imperfect, vain, and incompetent'
Some P872 million in standby funds are also available
Is UP more accommodating of the Marcoses than it is commonly believed to be?
How can we build the future through accountable innovation? How can we design scalable solutions and achieve impact without 'breaking things'?
Check out the pledges of Northern Mindanao students after #MoveCDO
#MoveSessions is an online live jam for up-and-coming artists from schools and communities. Bookmark this page to catch Vincent Eco's performance on Thursday, September 6.
This is our third and last roundtable discussion for #ThinkPH. Join us as we stream live from the Rappler studio on September 6, Thursday, 4 pm.
For the second part of our series of roundtable discussions, we’ll delve into the future of creative economies. Join us as we stream live from the Rappler studio on September 5, Wednesday, 4 pm.
Join us and our experts as we sit down for the first of our series of roundtable discussions. We will be streaming live from the Rappler studio on September 4, Tuesday, 4 pm.
At Move Cebu, journalist Sol Amante says Cebuanos should take posts from anonymous Facebook pages with a 'handful' of salt
Issues tackled by the artworks include the displacement of the indigenous communities and the exploitation of natural resources in Mindanao
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and Muntinlupa City Representative Ruffy Biazon talk about the sorry state of transportation as they commute from Quezon City to Makati
Attendees of the #MoveCebu: Social good in the digital age workshop pledge to hold the line
'Dear journalists, if workers win their struggles, democracy wins, justice wins, and you win.'
With the theme ‘Tech4Good,’ the students were challenged to apply innovative technologies and digital solutions like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Cloud, Extended Reality, and Blockchain.
The Community Technical College of Southeastern Mindanao targets to complete a 3,000-book requirement by September 20, to get a permit from the Commission on Higher Education
Tickets to the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now! If you're interested in joining the workshop, send a message to MovePH's Facebook or Twitter!
Are we ready for the enormous changes Baybayin may bring in our culture and daily living? Will Baybayin be suitable for the modernized lifestyle of the Filipinos?
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and friends Debbie Rodrigo and Dayo Montalbo drive along EDSA and talk about the controversial ban. What is this new scheme all about, and will it work?
'It's never too late. As long as you have the grit, then everything will be possible,' says Consolacion Councilor Johannes Alegado, who posted the viral video on Facebook
DOST Undersecretary Renato Solidum says that Filipinos are resilient in character but the Philippines itself is not yet a 'disaster-resilient' community
'Nasa batas ng (Republic Act) 10121 that after 5 years, kakaroon ng 'sunset review'…Ngunit sa kasamaang palad... Congress did not call for a sunset review,' says former National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Executive Director Alexander Pama
How do we create resilient communities? Join our discussion on August 22.