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September 30, 2010 / whyhansdantes

Fighting Impunity: The 2010 Multimedia Competition to Mark the First Year of the Ampatuan Massacre

 

It has been almost a year after the unfortunate Maguindanao Massacre last November 23, 2009 that involved the deaths of 32 journalists and media workers. The Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists (FFFJ), through the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), and in coordination with the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication  launches this multimedia competition in commemoration of the incident.

The contest, which seeks the best posters, radio plugs and videos, aims to aid in making the people aware of the culture of impunity that poses a dangerous threat to media and its commitment to public service.

This competition is open to tertiary-level students/ teams of students from Philippine universities, colleges and schools. A total of Php 120,000 in prizes are in store.

Deadlines for submission of entries are set on October 11, 20 and 29 for posters, radio plugs and videos, respectively. The announcements of winners in ceremony will be on November 22.

Visit the CMFR website for more details

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