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Maglana: Niños inocentes and the PH anti-drug campaign
CATHOLICS around the world are familiar with the Holy Day of the Innocents, also called the Niños Inocentes or Childermas. Aside from commemorating it every December 28 like other Catholics in the Western Churches, Filipinos have been treating it as ...
From 1021 days ago
Maglana: A different kind of Silent Night amid PH anti-drug campaign
THIS year the song “Silent Night” would be two years short of being 200 years old. The song written by Fr. Joseph Mohr and set to music by Franz Gruber, first performed by them on December 24, 1818 at the ...
From 1028 days ago
Maglana: Takeaways on Autonomy, Governance, and Federalism (Last of 2 parts)
(This was supposed to have been published Sunday, December 11, 2016 as the first part was published on Maglana's Saturday schedule, December 10, 2016. But due to some oversight, this did not see print. Our apologies. -- The editors) PAUL Hutchcroft, ...
From 1035 days ago
Maglana: Takeaways on Autonomy, Governance, and Federalism (1st of 2 parts)
THE Global Autonomy, Governance, and Federalism Forum (GAGF) 2016 that took place in Makati on October 19 to 20 was billed as Asia Pacific's first and most comprehensive forum on the three themes. Since then other activities, like the Kusog Mindanaw ...
From 1042 days ago
Maglana: Applying the FOI to the Marcos burial
LAST week, Malacañang announced the release of the guidelines for Executive Order No. 2, the Freedom of Information (FOI) Order, as well as the relaunch of an online central database, and the eFOI, an online facility for making requests for ...
From 1049 days ago
Maglana: Hayahay para sa mga Marcos
CEBUANOS use the term “hayahay” to mean comfortable, for instance to say “hayahay nga kinabuhi” or a comfortable life. Colloquially, it also means easy or to breeze through. It has even been used as a tagline for a radio station. ...
From 1070 days ago
Maglana: Dealing with the dead
THE annual Kalag-kalag, Undas to the Tagalog-speaking, is traditionally about remembering the departed, a charge done best with one’s family and community. But this year’s Kalag-kalag has an added dimension, that of the societal responsibility of dealing with the dead. ...
From 1077 days ago
Maglana: Funny things that happened on the way to the new independent foreign policy
IT TRULY is a brave new world for Filipinos each day under the administration of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. A little past his first 100 days stark shifts in the country’s foreign policy, which President Duterte earlier said would be ...
From 1090 days ago
Maglana: Why human rights matter
HUMAN rights have come under attack in the Philippines, both the notion of a body of rights that protect individuals, and the rights themselves. But the attacks did not only begin after June 30, 2016, and although the criticisms seem ...
From 1098 days ago
Maglana: We can't let terrorism win
IT HAS been two weeks since the September 2, 2016 bombing at the Roxas Night Market. There are grounds to call it such now that the Philippine National Police already identified the source as an explosive inside a bag. A ...
From 1124 days ago