Philippines

  • FreedomMov_E 2019 Mechanics

    FreedomMov_E 2019 Mechanics

    This 2019, FreedomMov_E is #strongHER. On its third run, #strongHER aims to share inspiring stories of women thriving despite challenge, defying gender stereotypes and braving the status-quo.
  • FreedomMov_E 2019 is #strongHER

    FreedomMov_E 2019 is now open for #strongHER entries!

    Share your #strongHER stories to the world in a four-minute film!
  • ILC 2019

    First +iMPACT Leadership Conference Molds Filipino Young Leaders

    The first +iMPACT leadership conference served as a platform for 30 youth ambassadors to acquire ideas that they could build on and broaden their networks to create an impact on their communities.
  • IAF Alumni Gathering

    Rebranding Freedom As One Solid Network

    “Our brand is Freedom,” this Alumni Gathering explores collaborations among the alumni to shape the message and communicate it to a wider, diverse audience.
  • Myanmar Competition Commission

    Why Competition Matters for Economic Growth: Myanmar Delegation Learns from Philippines

    On 7-8 May, the 14-member delegation from Myanmar Competition Commission (MmCC), led by Minister for Commerce, Chairman Than Myint, visited the Philippines for a study trip.
  • Voters PrecinctPoll watchers prepare the audit log from the vote-counting machines in Araullo High School, Manila, on May 13, 2019

    Democracy in Trouble: Duterte Allies Capture Senate

    Allies of President Rodrigo Duterte are sweeping the Senate in the midterm elections with no opposition candidate expected to win—a first in three decades.
  • Ms. Marites Danguilan Vitug, author and journalist

    Democracy Backslides in Philippine Elections

    The midterm Philippine election in May is a turn for the worse in a fragile democracy. It is further hurting political parties, already one of the weakest institutions in the country, and giving greater boost to personality politics.
  • We are truth-tellers

    “We are truth-tellers”

    On Press Freedom Day, FNF Philippines stands up with journalists to embolden free press in safeguarding democracy.

FNF Philippines provides platforms on open and digital society, as well as social market economy. It provides innovative solutions that translate complex concepts of freedom into language that is relatable to Filipinos. By utilizing digitally innovative tools in its programs and activities, it aims to trigger discussions and initiate actions, thus promoting citizen engagement and empowerment in all sectors of society.

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