Workshops that focus on the needs of one particular immigrant community improve mental health for parents and kids and provide an example for other programs to follow.
Political families have a strong hold on power in Southeast Asian countries – often to the detriment of the people they serve.
Newly elected Philippines president Bongbong Marcos faces huge challenges, and a backdrop of his father’s dictatorship.
Bongbong Marcos is the projected winner of the Philippines election. That the son of a brutal dictator has won shows how wedded the country is to dynastic politics – and image manipulation.
The son of former Filipino dictator is leading the polls as the country approaches a national election.
TikTok is a new strategic tool for propagandists to push for political narrative during the electoral period.
Wheat accounts for about 20% of human calorie consumption, and Russia and Ukraine are both major exporters. The war could hit household food supplies in countries as far apart as Egypt and Indonesia.
Tracking misinformation and disinformation on TikTok is a difficult feat, a study finds
Research suggests that communities need jobs, food and health care, not political acts that hijack the spirit of bayanihan.
The 2022 Philippines presidential election could be a battle between, or an alliance of, two controversial political dynasties.
The stakes are high for the Philippines ahead of next year’s election. Will the country choose a reformer, or will democracy erode even further?
The lives of Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov will be forever changed after winning the prize. But with a more visible presence comes increased scrutiny and threats from those in positions of power.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to two courageous journalists who have faced repression and death by doing their work.
How Maria Ressa grew a Facebook page into the Philippines’ most credible independent news services in the face of government intimidation.
The Philippines has reported 34,000 deaths in the pandemic. It’s now in its fourth wave and with vaccination levels at just 14%, case numbers continue to soar.
IMF programmes run the risk of having too many conditions. This may drive countries into financial disaster. And back to the IMF again.
The Philippines is taking an Indigenous-led approach to remembering European colonialism in the Pacific — a refreshing contrast to the dominant stories about James Cook in Australia and New Zealand.
A peace studies expert explains a technique for resolving conflict that she says is more effective and less divisive than public shaming.
Supply chain transparency is important, but countries like Australia also must do more to support the justice process, such as securing compensation for fishermen and putting traffickers in jail.
The US used to remain neutral on China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea. Why it changed tack.