Never let others set the agenda for you, and that is true in journalism as it is in life
This, of course, does not mean we let go of our responsibility to question
Newly-appointed Immigration Chief Siegfred Mison admits the need for 'a change in culture'
Megalomaniac rulers have a history of not keeping their word, and the US, a history of employing double standards
Is armed intervention in Syria justified on humanitarian grounds?
'The moment that we (LGBTs) step out and demand rights that heterosexuals enjoy, we become a threat because we no longer fit the stereotype'
Philippine fish stocks are depleting as a result of overfishing and habitat destruction
We are now able to enter what used to be the exclusive domain of the media. More importantly, we are able to set the agenda according to what matters to us, and frame the agenda in a way that it reflects our collective voice.
I take pride in my journalism education more than ever before. We are taught how things are supposed to be. That we are reform-oriented, constantly challenging the status quo and promoting developmental goals.
What's it like to have a dad who's also "dad" to the rest of the world?