Research

Profile of Manuel Jr. "Noli" Leuterio De Castro

Profile of Manuel Jr. "Noli" Leuterio De Castro

Pinky Webb: Join the bandwagon for change

Pinky Webb: Join the bandwagon for change

Maria Ressa: stand up and say AKO ANG SIMULA!

The idea for Boto Mo, I-Patrol Mo was simple: get the people to care and to take action. It’s people power with new technology! If you see something wrong or something good, tell us about it. If you see someone trying to buy the votes, snap a picture on your cellphone and send it to us. If you see a town mayor using public vehicles for his campaign, shoot video with your cellphone and send it to us. If you see violence, tell us about it, and after a verification process, we will put it to air.

Voters' Registration 101

Before you can vote, you need to register. Here’s a step by step guide to successfully registering as a voter for the upcoming elections:

Timeline: The Dacer-Corbito Murders and the BW Scam

The case on the twin murder of public relations man Salvador “Bubby” Dacer and his driver, Emmanuel Corbito, has dragged some of the country's key politicians, including former President Joseph Estrada and Sen. Panfilo Lacson.

Fast Facts: The Pasig of Lore

One proof of how important the Pasig river is to the Filipino is the number of myths and legends we have that are connected with the river. Grace Odal identified a number of them in her article, An Image of the Tagalog Water Goddess, which was published in the book, Pasig: River of Life.

 

Red flags that indicate corruption in public procurement

How does one find out if there was corruption in the procurement of particular services or goods?

The book, The Many Faces of Corruption, which was published by the World Bank in 2007, enumerates examples of corruption schemes in government procurement and identifies red flags that indicate the possible operation of a particular scheme.
 

List of PDEA cases that were dismissed by the Department of Justice

List of PDEA cases that were dismissed by the Department of Justice

Statistics on CAFGU

Statistics on CAFGU

Fast Facts About the CAFGU and Paramilitary Forces

During martial law, paramilitary groups like the Civilian Home Defense Forces (CHDF) became notorious for the human rights abuses they committed. As a result, these groups were ordered dissolved under Article 18, Section 24 of the 1987 Constitution, which bans private armies and paramilitary forces, including specifically the CHDF, not consistent with the citizen armed force established under the Constitution.