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Journalists and candidates blast the new set of diagrams from Malacañang that seek to lump them together in one conspiracy to discredit President Duterte
'Independence is very important for citizen journalism. I teach young people to be critical minded and I hope this award will inspire them,' says Varona
Filipina Inday Espina Varona is among the 4 nominees of the Prize for Independence category of the Press Freedom Awards to be given by the Reporters Without Borders
The Filipino journalist is being recognized for being 'very active on social networks' and for covering 'issues that are sensitive in the Philippines'
In this video, the last in a series of conversations about press freedom, journalists Ed Lingao, Jason Gutierrez, Inday Espina-Varona, Ezra Acayan, and JC Gotinga speak about facing threats against the press, and why it's important to keep reporting
The 2018 Paz Latorena Memorial Lectures features veteran journalist Inday Espina-Varona and renowned cultural and literary critic Rolando Tolentino
From rolling away "stones of sin" to threats against media to an exclusive video on violent rituals in the police academy
About 50 attendees call for the government to uphold press freedom, The group also lights candles and stages a noise barrage.
UPDATED As of 11:46 pm on November 28 Inday Varona says her Facebook account was resurrected and thanked the people who helped restore her account
TV5 anchor Ed Lingao s post critical of plans to allow a Marcos burial at the Heroes Cemetery supposedly violated the site s community standards
Inday Espina Varona former national chair of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines is the target of a Facebook post linking her to communist groups
More than 2 000 people sign a petition calling for the resignation of senators involved in a pork barrel scam
The Philippine government vows to speed up the processing of death claims