Cebu Citizens-Press Council

Being accountable comes with being free

CCPC seeks release of Capitol documents without written request

November 24, 2016 · No Comments

OPINION OF THE CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL ON GOV. JUNJUN DAVIDE’S EXECUTIVE ORDER #15, S. 2016
Nov. 24, 2016

We appreciate the intent of Cebu Gov. Hilario Davide III in its Executive Order #15, series of 2016, (dated Aug. 30, 2016 but released in its final form only recently). [Read more →]

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Proposed FOI ordinance could affect media work

November 6, 2016 · No Comments

OPINION OF CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL ON THE PROPOSED FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ORDINANCE OF THE CEBU CITY COUNCIL
Nov. 6, 2016
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LGUs urged to help fulfill intent of FOI

September 22, 2016 · No Comments

RESOLUTION REQUESTING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO HELP FULFILL THE INTENT OF FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (FOI) AS INITIALLY PROVIDED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 02, SERIES 2016, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT DUTERTE JULY 23, 2016, AND AS PROPOSED IN AN FOI LAW TO BE ENACTED BY CONGRESS.
Sept. 22, 2016
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Journalism books at city library

September 20, 2016 · No Comments

A section of the Cebu City Public Library will be devoted to journalism books and other journalism-related materials.

Called CJJ Books, the section will be the latest addition to the facilities of the library, located at the ground floor of Rizal Memorial Library & Museum building along Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City. [Read more →]

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Freedom of Information: Capitol, Cebu and Mandaue Cities regulate access

August 19, 2016 · No Comments

By Mayette Q. Tabada

(The Cebu Citizens-Press Council’s project to find out the transparency stance and mechanisms of the potential heads of selected local government units in Cebu started before the May 2016 elections. Questions formulated by University of the Philippines Cebu assistant professor Mayette Tabada and University of San Jose-Recoletos Department of Journalism and Communications chairman Nestor Ramirez, both CCPC members, were sent to mayoral and gubernatorial candidates. When some candidates did not reply before the elections, the project was revised after the elections to accommodate the answers only of the winning candidates.) [Read more →]

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