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The Department of Justice finds probable cause to indict officers of KAPA for violating various provisions of the Securities Regulation Code
The actor speaks up after he is outed by someone else on social media
Wigs snatched, mugs fully painted, corsets laced, and heels on point, these drag queens are breaking barriers and using drag not only as a platform for self-expression and art, but also for social commentary
Rizal Representative Fidel Nograles wants to expand the coverage of the Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004
The winning group of the 2019 Social Good Summit gender equality huddle highlights the need to set up intimate discussions on SOGIE since conversations on social media may be alienating to some
Australian police confirm to Rappler the arrest and indictment of a man for killing transgender Filipina Mhelody Polan Bruno
PRESS RELEASE: The Glory Awards will be held on November 9, 2019, at the Film Studio of the UP Film Institute (beside Plaridel Hall) in UP Diliman
The PCOO would better serve Filipinos if its content presented 'all sides' and is not just oriented to making President Rodrigo Duterte look good, says Senator Richard Gordon
The winning group proposes to turn sari-sari stores into refilling stations and exchange sachets for coins to address the country’s plastic waste at the 2019 Social Good Summit
Mhelody Polan Bruno was about to return to the Philippines, but she was killed just a week before her flight home
Companies usually plant trees or hold feeding programs as part of corporate social responsibility. But a one-day effort will not suffice.
The two suspects in the killing of Jessa Remiendo, one of them a minor, surrender to the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office
The problem of disinformation requires solutions that look at the root of what makes people susceptible to them in the first place
Ira Cruz of AltMobility tells the story of how commuters decided to do something about the unpredictable public transport situation in the country
The Department of Information and Communication Technology chooses San Juan as its pilot city for the Free Wi-Fi for All Program
Tech entrepreneur Andrew Keen, Google's Irene Jay Liu, and Democracy & Disinformation consortium convenor John Nery discuss solutions to the 'crisis of democracy'
7 years of Social Good summits is just the start. Our global, collective action is key
Organizations share how they work with communities to save a forest within a city, connect farmers to consumers, and turn plastic waste into furniture and other useful items
(UPDATED) Communication helps them collaborate by understanding each other's problems
But the 'How To Fix the Future' author says this democracy crisis can be fixed
In Quezon City alone, Joy Belmonte says 4 big-ticket infrastucture programs will be constructed simultaneously
How can we cut through the social media noise and build communities of action that will help make the world a better place?
With the theme 'Insight for Impact,' the summit hopes to challenge Filipinos to cut through the social media noise to build communities of action that will help make the world a better place
During the #InspireCourage session, speakers will answer basic questions: What do they do exactly? Why are they passionate about this initiative? How can other people help?
In the long list of Metro Manila problems, what should be prioritized and where should city mayors look first? We asked our readers.
Going zero-waste might seem intimidating. But a blossoming online community in the Philippines will tell you that your zero-waste journey can start with the little things and the mini wins.
Under the agreement, the China-backed telco will pay for its use of the military's facilities – but in kind
Jessa Remiendo is known as one of the kindest trans women in Pangasinan. She was found dead on Patar Beach in Bolinao.
With the call #UPTowardsEquality and #SOGIEEqualityNOW, the University of the Philippines community marches for a university system-wide SOGIESC policy
The fund would help reinforce the military operations of the West African countries in their fight against jihadist attacks in the region
The 2019 Manila Social Good Summit hopes to showcase how engaging communities and citizens can help them face challenges such as the environmental crisis and urban congestion
Wylie says the Philippines and other countries in the global south were perfect places for Cambridge Analytica to experiment with tactics and technology
(UPDATED) DICT Secretary Gregorio Honasan II says he would prioritize providing better connectivity in the country
The world-renowned commentator on the digital revolution is the keynote speaker of the 2019 Social Good Summit
The Canadian whistle-blower says Strategic Communication Laboratories, Cambridge Analytica’s parent company, found the Philippines an ideal target and used proxies here
The PCOO, part of a national task force to 'end local communist armed conflict,' denies red-tagging progressive groups
Koko Alviar of the Aglipayan Church says his faith teaches him to 'exist in a community of love.' Coalition of Concerned Families of the Philippines lawyer Lyndon Caña argues that gender identity is a mere 'feeling' and not a fact.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III maintains that the SOGIE equality bill, in its current form, is not likely to get enough support in the Senate
'(The ruling) did not resolve anything about same sex marriage, the opinions expressed there will not be controlling,' says Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin
Watch the Senate hearing on the SOGIE equality bill live on Rappler
Commuters pitch ideas to help solve issues anchored on awareness, behavior changes, government policy, and commuters participation
Anti-discrimination laws aid in protecting members of the LGBTQ+ community as it strives towards achieving equality for all
The Manobo dictionary app not just aims to educate the Lumad but to empower them as well
'What happens to a Christian like me...if we are to be threatened by punishment every time we share our Bible-based beliefs on matters of transgenders and homosexuals?' asks Brother Eddie Villanueva
The fight for equality and anti-discrimination for the LGBTQ+ community is one that has known almost two decades of legal struggle
The private claimants take the wrong appeal route, which is the High Court's basis in upholding the authority of the NCIP award of ancestral domain
She's the new poster girl of the Philippine LGBTQ+ movement. Arrested and shamed for needing to use the toilet. This is her story.
Most Philippine companies cannot be said to be LGBTQ+-friendly
Philippine Ports Authority General Manager Jay Daniel Santiago says the facilities will be completed and usable by the end of August