Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist and misogynistic behavior
Power in Her Story, a women-centered publishing house, releases its first book. 'I Love my Body,' to teach kids that they own their body. It is written by women's rights advocate Nikki Luna and illustrated by Julienne Dadivas
Just how complicated is the Sucat Interchange in Parañaque? This animation dissects – and visualizes – the complexity of this road network.
(UPDATED) Required under the Sangguniang Kabataan Reform Act, the training will cover SK history, decentralization and local governance, meetings and resolutions, planning and budgeting, and ethics
Several illegal practices during election are still happening, says voters
'The UPD administration needs to be level-headed enough to study the rules and interpret them based on the normative standards of journalism, especially when it comes to editorial independence,' says professor Danilo Arao
Students say that the decision is an infringement on the independence of the judiciary
In the 2018 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections, two candidates use their creativity to overcome their lack of campaign funds
'These are stories of children we cannot be silent about,' Bahay Tuluyan says in its compelling video depicting the devastating impact of child abuse
(UPDATED) The Board of Judges cites the candidates’ failure to meet residency requirements as basis for disqualification from taking the editorial exams. UP Chancellor Michael Tan upholds the decision.
Apparently, it's not just the Sucat interchange that's getting much flak in the South
This year's celebration of the global event comes amid continuing attacks against the Philippine press, says Human Rights Watch
Despite the difficulties in the venue, there was still a big turnout of job applicants
The Bonn conference will highlight the Talanoa Dialogue which, for the first time, will gather country negotiators, business leaders, and civil society groups in a face-to-face meeting to discuss what is a fair and adequate – but scaled up –contribution from different countries to reduce emissions
Several protests and activities are lined up on Tuesday, May 1, to celebrate Labor Day
In a UNESCO campaign for World Press Freedom Day, renowned journalists talk about the importance of press freedom in a democracy
What does it take for a woman to succeed in the military? What does it take to achieve gender equality in a male-dominated world?
On Rappler Talk, 23-year-old Mariel Padilla talks to MovePH's Raisa Serafica about her Pulitzer award and the importance of local reporting. Bookmark this page.
What made former USLS College of Law dean Ralph Sarmiento believe Mark John Simondo would someday top the Bar? The student's brilliant answer to a 'very complicated problem about the relationship of the bill of rights and the powers of the state'
Mark John Simondo of the University of St La Salle says a lawyer does not have to join government to be able to serve the public
This was the 4th time both Leslie Llagas and Katherine Macaroy took the Bar. Despite failing several times, their dream to be a licensed lawyer has never faded.
Tickets to the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
'A lot of scientists have agreed that data should be made open. It's for the public good. It's for humanity,' says UP Resilience Institute executive director Mahar Lagmay
Sucat, the bane of the motorists and commuters of the South. How to deal with this chokepoint?
Meet Maria Theresa Castañas Centeno, a former lady guard at a Parañaque warehouse, who shifted to driving an e-jeepney
On Rappler Talk, Chiqui Agoncillo talks to MovePH's Raisa Serafica about her UP education, studying history, and the importance of liberal arts education
The University of Santo Tomas Office for Student Affairs suspended the recognition of new student organizations for the new school year but did not state any particular reason
'As of the end of 2016, road crashes kill an average of 31 people a day and is a major cause of death for our youth. This figure shows a 40% increase in the number of deaths compared to 2006,' Catanduanes Representative Cesar Sarmiento says at a plenary meeting of the UN General Assembly
Two road safety advocates have a conversation on enforcement, as well as proposed solutions for Metro Manila's traffic woes.
An MMDA study reveals that 4 in every 100,000 Filipinos died due to road crashes in Metro Manila in 2017
With traffic enforcers deployed right by traffic lights and intersections, they put their lives on the line
Students in San Pablo City, Laguna, do a flash mob on their graduation day
Harnessing solar energy through small off-grid systems to power community livelihood and provide basic energy solutions is a big first step in ensuring energy access especially for people who hardly have any resources for electrification
UP Board of Regents member Frederick 'Spocky' Farolan's Facebook post draws comments ranging from queries to barbs about the state university and the delayed release of the much-awaited UP College Admission Test results
(UPDATED) The UP forum explored how a culture of false information is propagated – from the way it is generated to the way it is spread and ultimately accepted by the public – and how to fight it
Newly formed group Transport Watch says habal-habal rides or motorcycles for hire are usually booked through Facebook
This is the second time campus journalists have been invited to cover the annual schools-based sports event
Prototypes of environment-friendly vehicles with safety features are showcased at an expo for the PUV modernization program
The Battle of the Morions, or Moryonan, aims to encourage towns and schools to train the new generation in making morions and costumes
Irate netizens document the litter left in Holy Week pilgrimage sites and vacation spots
A BPO worker tries the tack used by another netizen. He relays his request for improved services via Cebu Mayor Tommy Osmeña's Facebook page, and it's immediately granted
For Fr Flavie Villanueva, a former drug user, faith is one of the reasons why he was able to get out of the vicious cycle of addiction
'Love what you do dearly. Extend service to others genuinely and see the world more clearly. Through these, we will be able to set the world on fire,' says Nicole Rose Baculio
Miguel Secillano wows 'Little Big Shots' host Steve Harvey, the audience, and netizens all over the world when he solves complicated math problems in less than 10 seconds
Commuting for the Holy Week? DOTr Assistant Secretary for Commuter Affairs Elvira Medina has some tips before hitting the road
Living in Metro Manila, transport woes and all, can feel like a daily penance
(UPDATED) The additional budget, which has been requested by the budget and health departments, will be used to provide medical support, like hospitalization, medical kits, outpatient care services, and laboratory tests
(UPDATED) Netizens say the 'arrogant' post on the transportation department's verified Facebook account on March 19 demonizes activists
Student leaders and campus journalists are locked inside a holding room in the House of Representatives for hours to keep them from attending the hearing on the implementing rules and regulations of the free tuition law
It's the first nationwide strike in 2018 since the modernization program started