200-125 | 100-105 | 300-320 | 210-060 | CISSP | 200-105 | 210-260 | 70-697 | 400-051 | 200-310 | 300-115 | 300-101 | EX200 | 640-916 | 2V0-621 | 1Z0-062 | 300-135 | 210-065 | 300-360 | 070-462 | 70-410 | 70-410 | 300-070 | 300-075 | 300-209 | N10-006 | 642-999 | 642-998 | EX300 |
Press Freedom Watch | CMFR

Press Freedom Watch

CMFR monitors attacks against and threats to press freedom in the Philippines. It maintains a database of journalists killed in the line of duty and trains a national network of journalists to report on assaults against the press. Correspondents provide updates on unsolved cases of journalists killed and issue calls for action when necessary. CMFR serves as a clearing house for information to international groups.

CMFR forwards alerts and reports on the state of press freedom in the PHilippines to the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), the International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX), Reporters Without Borders (RSF), and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).

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FILIPINO JOURNALISTS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY SINCE 1986

156 Filipino journalists/media workers killed in the line of duty since 1986
234 Total number of Filipino journalists/media workers killed since 1986

4 work-related killings under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

  • Larry Que (Catanduanes News Weekly, Viracc, Catanduanes, December 20, 2016)
  • Joaquin Briones (Remate, Milagros, Masbate, March 15, 2017)
  • Leo Diaz (Sapol News Bulleting, President Quirino, Sultan Kudarat, August 7, 2017)
  • Christopher Lozada (dxBF, Bislig, Surigao del Sur, October 24, 2017)

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