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Research and Analysis | CMFR

Research and Analysis

The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) publishes an annual review of the state of press freedom in the Philippines (“Philippine Press Freedom Report”).

CMFR also maintains a database on the killing of Filipino journalists/media practitioners since 1986.

CMFR Database on the Killing of Journalists as of August 13, 2015 by Center for Media Freedom & Responsibility

4 responses to “Research and Analysis”

  1. […] Philippine Press Freedom Report 2008 is available online at the CMFR website. Copies are also available at the CMFR office, second floor, Ateneo Professional Schools, 130 H.V. […]

  2. […] But in reality, the government witness protection scheme is limited in scope and poorly-funded. WPP director Senior State Prosecutor Leo Dacera III in his report on the weaknesses and limitations of the state-run witness protection program pointed out that support for the prosecution services especially in the field of protecting witnesses has declined over the years despite an increase in the number of murder cases. (The full report was published in CMFR’s 2008 Philippine Press Freedom Report.) […]