Rappler's latest stories on social media campaign
Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist and misogynistic behavior
In the Philippines, paid trolls, fallacious reasoning, leaps in logic, poisoning the well – these are only some of the propaganda techniques that have helped shift public opinion on key issues
Among others the campaign’s recognition of the value of maximizing social media led to a critical decision of making the team an important part of the overall campaign
Twitter announces a new feature allowing users to make contributions to a political candidate through a tweet
It is an issue of the lack of consultation with students – them being the primary stakeholders of the institution – in the policy making of the university
Share photos of heroes you personally know – your grandfather mother or father sister brother or friend – who have served the country well or continue to put their lives on the line for the sake of the motherland
Interest groups are mobilizing fictitious social media resources at scale to disrupt online conversations How can you spot black ops campaigns?
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Untold stories often are the most touching and sincere Tell us your StoryofTheNation today
Take photos of people in your community and ask them what they d want to say to the President Help Rappler illustrate the narrative of the ordinary Filipino in time for SONA 2014
The contest is looking for selfies of groups barkadas and organizations which are running a particular program or project for a particular cause
Using the hashtag Yes2RH upload selfies on your Facebook and Twitter accounts from March 28 until April 8 in support of the reproductive health law
There s always something to make every day happy Why not capture it through 100HappyDays?
At 5 pm on Saturday April 13 Rappler hosts a Google Hangout to talk strategies and challenges with the social media managers of 6 senatorial candidates