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Some stories about climate change tell of impending doom or the coming apocalypse caused by destructive human activity or extreme weather disturbances. Others are inspiring stories of hope and collective or individual action, as communities face the effects of climate change and rethink the way they interact with the environment…(Read More)

Journalists investigating the trafficking of wildlife called for collaboration among newsrooms and various sectors to uncover the complex issues of wildlife trade and zoonotic diseases. Journalists Patrick Boehler and Jhesset Thrina Enano told participants at the webinar “Covid-19 and Wildlife Trafficking” that the issue crosses borders and requires the cooperation of media and experts…(Read More)

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung is now accepting applications for financial support from practicing journalists from all over Asia intending to enroll in the Ateneo de Manila University’s two journalism programs—the Masters in Journalism and the Diploma in Visual Journalism—for the next school year. Both programs employ the blended learning approach, a mix…(Read More)

ACFJ is sharing this story by Pau Villanueva, DVJ ’18, about her encounter with the Manobos from Bukidnon province in MIndanao. Pau’s story was published by CNN Philippines. Read full story here: https://cnnphilippines.com/life/culture/2019/6/26/lgbt-datu.html?fbclid=IwAR0j1XjX1vMcB2SlqIQgBhkEEXCvJHGmFg17rwe37LTeMUoOaz_WEOYG3tk *Feature Photo by Pau Villanueva, DVJ ’18 for CNN…(Read More)

The Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University salutes Time Magazine’s Guardians of Truth, journalists from all over the world who, in 2018, confronted the attacks on the press head-on, in the process finding themselves becoming the biggest news stories of the year. These journalists, Time said, were those who…(Read More)

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