Philippines, the second most dangerous place to work for journalists

stanfordmed

09-23-2005, 12:04 AM

After Iraq, The Philippines Tops List As The Most Dangerous Place To Work For Journalists

A free press isn’t always literally free, at least not for those working for it. Sometimes, in fact, that freedom may end up costing the highest price imaginable – a reporter’s life.
In the Philippines, 13 journalists have been slain over the last two years, making the country the deadliest place outside of Iraq for reporters to work in the world. Twenty-three journalists were killed in Iraq last year and 13 in 2003.

click here (A free press isn’t always literally free, at least not for those working for it. Sometimes, in fact, that freedom may end up costing the highest price imaginable – a reporter’s life.) for the full story

stanfordmed

09-25-2005, 10:47 AM

Previous link did not work. Click here (http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2005/apr/12/yehey/opinion/20050412opi2.html) instead. :slight_smile:

dark cloud

09-25-2005, 03:52 PM

hey is that what you think about philippines? sorry to tell you but your wrong. oo sabihin na natin na dangerous sa philippines pero hindi tulad ng iniisip mo you’re exaggerated dahil kung delikado rito di na sana nagdadagsaan ang turista dito bakit naman yung ibang foreigners dito pa pinipiling tumira noh! and one more kahit saang lugar naman, saang bansa di pwedeng walang delikado. its up to you kung mag iingat ka! well sana naintindihan mo and if you have time visit here and explore the places in our beautiful country.

stanfordmed

09-25-2005, 08:03 PM

It’s not what I think; it’s what the statistic shows and per numerous reports. Actually, Philippines is the number one of the Most Murderour Countries (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html) as reported May of this year per CPJ.org. :eek:

You can read the report yourself:
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After Iraq, The Philippines Tops List As The Most Dangerous Place To Work For Journalists
By Benedict Dimapindan (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/Fall2004/bend1/index.html)
February 3, 2005


Philippines judged ‘most murderous’ place for journalists (http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/05/02/news/phils.php)
By Carlos H. Conde (http://www.iht.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?query=By Carlos H. Conde&sort=swishrank) International Herald Tribune
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TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2005
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MANILA (http://www.iht.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?query=MAN ILA&sort=swishrank) The Philippines, which prides itself on having the freest media in Southeast Asia, has become the world’s “most murderous” country for journalists, an international press group said on Monday.

With 18 journalists murdered since 2000, the Philippines is on top of the list of the five “most murderous countries for journalists” worldwide, the Committee to Protect Journalists, based in New York, said in a report titled “Marked for Death.” The report was released on Monday in time for World …


The Five Most Murderous Countries for Journalist (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html)
New York, May 2, 2005—Murder is the leading cause of job-related deaths among journalists worldwide, and the Philippines is the most murderous country of all, a new analysis by the Committee to Protect Journalists has found. Iraq, Colombia, Bangladesh, and Russia round out CPJ’s list of the “Most Murderous Countries for Journalists.”

Philippines
In the Philippines, 18 journalists have been slain for their work since 2000. All had reported on government and police corruption, drug dealing, and the activities of crime syndicates…

Facts at a glance (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html)
The Five Most Murderous Countries:
1.Philippines 2. Iraq 3. Colombia
4. Bangladesh 5. Russia

Murders worldwide since January 1, 2000: 121

Deaths overall since January 1, 2000: 190

Percentage of deaths that are murders: 64

Slayings in the Most Murderous Countries: 58

Percentage of slayings worldwide that occurred in the Most Murderous Countries: 48

Percentage of murders solved worldwide: 14

Murders solved in the Most Murderous Countries: 0

BEBOT

09-25-2005, 09:00 PM

hey is that what you think about philippines? sorry to tell you but your wrong. oo sabihin na natin na dangerous sa philippines pero hindi tulad ng iniisip mo you’re exaggerated dahil kung delikado rito di na sana nagdadagsaan ang turista dito bakit naman yung ibang foreigners dito pa pinipiling tumira noh! and one more kahit saang lugar naman, saang bansa di pwedeng walang delikado. its up to you kung mag iingat ka! well sana naintindihan mo and if you have time visit here and explore the places in our beautiful country.

excuse me po, pero iba ata ang meaning ng tourist(foreigner sa pinas) at journalist(native ng pinas or pinoy na journalist sa pinas). Puedeng paki-basa mo ulit yung message ni Ms. Standformed?

docomo

09-25-2005, 10:08 PM

The lost of our (good, if not best) journalist is a big loss … really sad :frowning:

mOtt_erU

09-12-2006, 07:16 PM

It’s not what I think; it’s what the statistic shows and per numerous reports. Actually, Philippines is the number one of the Most Murderour Countries (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html) as reported May of this year per CPJ.org. :eek:

You can read the report yourself:
http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/inquirer.gif (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/Fall2004/bend1/Dangerous.html)
http://inquirer.stanford.ed u (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/)
A Publication of the Stanford Graduate Program in Journalism

http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/Fall2004/bend1/Dangerous.htmlHome (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/index.html) > Authors (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/Fall2004/index.html) > After Iraq, The Philippines Tops List As The Most Dangerous Place To Work For Journalists
After Iraq, The Philippines Tops List As The Most Dangerous Place To Work For Journalists
By Benedict Dimapindan (http://inquirer.stanford.ed u/Fall2004/bend1/index.html)
February 3, 2005


Philippines judged ‘most murderous’ place for journalists (http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/05/02/news/phils.php)
By Carlos H. Conde (http://www.iht.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?query=By Carlos H. Conde&sort=swishrank) International Herald Tribune
http://www.iht.com/images/article/spacer.gif
TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2005
http://www.iht.com/images/icon/null.gif

MANILA (http://www.iht.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?query=MAN ILA&sort=swishrank) The Philippines, which prides itself on having the freest media in Southeast Asia, has become the world’s “most murderous” country for journalists, an international press group said on Monday.

With 18 journalists murdered since 2000, the Philippines is on top of the list of the five “most murderous countries for journalists” worldwide, the Committee to Protect Journalists, based in New York, said in a report titled “Marked for Death.” The report was released on Monday in time for World …


The Five Most Murderous Countries for Journalist (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html)
New York, May 2, 2005—Murder is the leading cause of job-related deaths among journalists worldwide, and the Philippines is the most murderous country of all, a new analysis by the Committee to Protect Journalists has found. Iraq, Colombia, Bangladesh, and Russia round out CPJ’s list of the “Most Murderous Countries for Journalists.”

Philippines
In the Philippines, 18 journalists have been slain for their work since 2000. All had reported on government and police corruption, drug dealing, and the activities of crime syndicates…

Facts at a glance (http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2005/murderous_05/murderous_05.html)
The Five Most Murderous Countries:
1.Philippines 2. Iraq 3. Colombia
4. Bangladesh 5. Russia

Murders worldwide since January 1, 2000: 121

Deaths overall since January 1, 2000: 190

Percentage of deaths that are murders: 64

Slayings in the Most Murderous Countries: 58

Percentage of slayings worldwide that occurred in the Most Murderous Countries: 48

Percentage of murders solved worldwide: 14

Murders solved in the Most Murderous Countries: 0

Grabe naman tong article nato, masyado naman yatang Over…
at madugo na paratangan yung Pinas ng ganitong HEAD TITLE…:frowning:

okey lang yung ibang Facts kase totoo yta , pero yung maLabeled na “Most Murderous”
I don`t think sO.,

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