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The perfect candidate does not exist. It's a fantasy.
These letters are written by female journalists for female journalists – although these messages are for anyone who cares about democratic politics
We must stop considering couplehood as the pinnacle of love and devotion. It’s 2018. It’s time to democratize relationships.
Crossing the line is an experiment. It shows us what happens when the nation's sacred cows are shamed, and what happens when the Duterte regime raises sacred cows of their own.
Who stands to gain when we are forced to pick between DDS or Dilawan?
Historian Leloy Claudio talks to sociologist Nicole Curato, whose book 'The Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Duterte's Early Presidency' looks at the presidency through various lenses
The presidential profile series which maps the narratives presented by both candidates and their critics took 6 months to complete
I thought she was very very sneaky but effective says one adjudicator of the Cebu presidential debates last Sunday March 20
The live panel includes former UP Diliman team captain Nicole Curato Worlds Finals adjudicator Joan de Venecia and Asian Grand Champion Glenn Tuazon
Asking tough questions should challenge presidential aspirants to go beyond bullet points of beautiful things
Mary Jane matters just as well as the millennials – because people who have the power to demand change yet do nothing will always have blood on their hands
We love our champ if he sticks to what he does best and we condemn him when he dabbles in fields outside his core competence Focus on sports Stay away from politics
The troubling truth is women’s successes today are contingent on other women’s oppression
27 years since the World Economic Forum was first held the state of the world is far from improved
The Dasmagate scandal is not a simple case of the Binays behaving badly
The President says the 2013 awardees are a reminder that there are so many of us who are working to uplift and empower our fellow men
Nicole Curato is recognized for her outstanding leadership and excellence in the field of sociology
The challenge for us today is to fight our fleeting impulse to help and instead take part in sustained practices of solidarity
Rappler talks with Dean Tony La Viña and Nicole Curato on what s next for the MillionPeopleMarch movement
How much would it take for you to sacrifice your own integrity? What role does Filipino culture play in the little acts of corruption that happens on a daily basis?
There is no benefit to democracy when the meaning of political literacy is held hostage by a moral elite
Rappler speaks with sociologist Nicole Curato on the social trends she observed in the 2013 elections