Cheers to the Manila Bulletin for highlighting the need for a national policy on shelter development—something one does not see regularly in the Philippine press. It also reminded journalists... Read more
Jeers to the Philippine Daily Inquirer for publishing an unsubstantiated claim from embattled Vice-President Jejomar Binay, further muddling up the current discourse and debate regarding the political controversies involving... Read more
CMFR was organized in 1989 as a private, non-stock, non-profit organization involving the different sectors of society in the task of building up the press and news media as a pillar of democratic society. Its programs uphold press freedom, promote responsible journalism, and encourage journalistic excellence.
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