Sunday, March 09, 2008

Self-love photos

If you're a speaker, participant, or somebody who's interested in the discussions and presentations made during the international conference on press freedom and impunity organized by the Southeast Asian Press Alliance and the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), copies of available speeches and presentations as well as the conference program and photos are now available at the CMFR site.

Legal experts, journalists, press freedom and human rights advocates attend international conference on press freedom and impunity in Manila
Source: CMFR

Just three months after scores of journalists and media practitioners were arrested after covering the Manila Peninsula siege, over a hundred legal experts, judges, journalists, press freedom and human rights advocates from all over the world along with some local government officials gathered at the same site, this time to address a problem that has besieged the Philippines: journalist killings.

The "Impunity and Press Freedom" conference, held on Feb. 27 to 29, was organized by the Southeast Asian Press and the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility with support from the Open Society Institute and the Committee to Protect Journalists.

Click here for more.

Below are some photos we took during the international conference on press freedom and impunity in Makati City. Actually, photos we took of ourselves. Haha. Sorry. We're saving the rest of the photos of the conference and participants for the March 2008 issue of the PJR Reports.

CMFR staff



Taking a peek



With Indonesian lawyer Anggara and Cambodian human rights advocate Virak



With Anggara



With 2000 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts Atmakasumah Astraatmadja, JB (who's planning to move to another blog), Atty. Nena Santos and another lawyer



The staff at Ilustrados in Manila



Since the conference ended on Feb. 29, the staff decided to attend and cover the Makati rally that day.



Forgive our tired looks below. Actually after the conference, I didn't eat lunch because I rushed back to my room to fix some documents needed that day and scrambled my way back to the office. And off I went to the rally. My dinner that day was actually a lunch and dinner plus midnight snack.




4 comments:

yasuren said...

ang taray ni ate carol! iloveit.

bryant said...

waheheheh.

venus said...

Parang me sungay si Bimbo dun sa 1st pic...
Yihee! Gumagwapo mga tao ngayon dyan ah! *Libre *Libre!
:D

bryant said...

Hehe. Actually, binalikan ko iyong pic na iyon, at oo nga, mukha nga siyang may sungay.

Huhu. Guma-gwapo nga, ala namang pera. Now, sino ba iyong gumaganda diyan at patuloy na yumayaman? :P

 
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