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12TH NATIONAL CONGRESS STATEMENT | NUJP takes stronger stand against sexual harassment in media

NUJP takes stronger stand against sexual harassment in media The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines has resolved to condemn sexual harassment in the workplace and to establish and...

12TH NATIONAL CONGRESS STATEMENT | NUJP to focus on online censorship and attacks, denial of access, and other threats to press freedom

The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines will continue to call attention to press freedom violations, including online censorship, and will ramp up campaigns for the decriminalization of...

Statement | State actors involved in red-tagging – NUJP study

Defenders of red-tagging have often claimed that the practice does not happen, or that if it happens, it is not done by the government. Even President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., in justifying the...

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Alert | Surigao broadcaster labeled as a drug protector

Alert | Surigao broadcaster labeled as a drug protector

Surigao broadcaster Edito Mapayo was tagged as a protector of drug lords by unidentified individuals. On April 29, Mapayo saw graffiti with the text, "Ed Mapayo, drug protector" in different parts of the city. Mapayo said that days before the incident, he criticized...

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Layoffs loom at state broadcaster Radyo Pilipinas

Layoffs loom at state broadcaster Radyo Pilipinas

Layoffs at the Presidential Broadcasting Service, which operates Radyo Pilipinas, will affect at least 10 Contract of Service staff, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines has learned. Colleagues have been told that, because of budget constraints, their...

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Established in 2005 in partnership with the International Federation of Journalists, the NUJP Media Safety Office monitors all forms of attacks against the media–from threats to attacks, intimidation and killings. It also keeps track of the legal status of journalist killings, and cases seeking to intimidate journalists, such as criminal libel.