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Ateneo M.A. Journalism graduates Camille Elemia (fourth from left) and Walter Balane (first on right) recently took part in the Reporting ASEAN Fellowships and were in Bangkok for the Reporting ASEAN Media Forum held Feb. 17-19, 2017. Elemia, who writes for Rappler, produced a three-part in-depth report on Filipino migrants in…(Read More)

BOXING TO LIVE Jinggo Montenejo     CAGAYAN DE ORO—In the hills of this city in the Philippines’ northern Mindanao region, an amateur boxing program provides boys and girls as young as 11 a unique opportunity to serve flag and country, and at the same time take a shot at a better life. &nbsp…(Read More)

Investigative journalism- Tricks of the trade by Aya Lowe     “Think about it this way, if you don’t know how your money is being spent, if you don’t know how decisions are being made and if you don’t know who is influencing what. Then, how do you know what you really…(Read More)

    The Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University is now accepting applications for the Diploma in Visual Journalism for 2017.   The program, which will last for eight months, is designed to give Asian journalists, news photographers and videographers a wider theoretical and practical perspective on visual storytelling for news…(Read More)

Applications for MA Journalism program now open     The Ateneo de Manila University is now accepting applications for the Master of Arts in Journalism program for school year 2017-2018.   The two-year program is designed for Asian journalists aiming to hone their reporting skills, develop the Asian perspective and reinforce the values…(Read More)

  100 days of Rodrigo Duterte Text by Luz Rimban Photos by ACFJ’s Diploma in Photojournalism alumni and Visual Journalism students DPJ: Mark Cristino, Froilan Gallardo, Mario Ignacio IV, Toto Lozano, Raffy Lerma, Lyn Rillon, Aaron Vicencio, and Veejay Villafranca DVJ: Jinggo Montenejo and Richard Reyes   The…(Read More)

2016 Certificate Courses


The Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism is offering a series of short courses for practicing journalists and photojournalists looking to adapt to new ways and tools of reporting.   The courses are part of ACFJ’s mission of continuing education for practicing journalists, as well as other media practitioners, who face many challenges in…(Read More)

The bricklayers of Bangladesh who work in slave-like conditions have been the subject of the photographs of Mohammad Ponir Hossain, a Bangladeshi photographer currently enrolled in the Diploma in Visual Journalism of the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism. Ponir was recently selected to take part in the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop in New…(Read More)

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