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Media Killings and Impunity in the Philippines

Media Killings and Impunity in the Philippines

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This is our hand-outs, a summary of what we have presented last July 08, 2010. It includes certain facts on impunity statistics in the Philippines , the effects and recommended solutions. For more information from our source, I will be willing to send it to your email.
This is our hand-outs, a summary of what we have presented last July 08, 2010. It includes certain facts on impunity statistics in the Philippines , the effects and recommended solutions. For more information from our source, I will be willing to send it to your email.

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Unraveling issues of Media killings and the culture of impunity
CM 218 – Mass Media and SocietyMock Press Conference July 08, 2010University of the East - ManilaProf. Gladys SeraficaGuest Media Critics
Amer AmorCharmie Pagulong
Presented by:
Acuna, Abegail IAlcantara, Luis Jaime III D.Asino, Rizie a.Cervantes, Karla CamilleEstrada, RobinsonIzar, Nikko Norman C.Pascua, Geloen Shekinah s.Pascual, Fanny E.Sadsad, Sheila Marie S.Fajardo, Karisma Carla
 
Tracing the “beat’s” historyI.Facts and FiguresImpunity Index of media killings cases
Unsolved journalist murders per 1 million inhabitants for 2000-2009. Only nations with fiveor more unsolved cases are included. Cases are considered unsolved when no convictionshave been obtained.
RankNationUnsolved CasesPopulation(in millions)CalculationRating
1Iraq*8831.588/31.52.7942Somalia99.09/9.01.000
3Philippines5590.355/90.30.609
Population data sources:Unless otherwise indicated,
2009
 
World Development Indicators
, World Bank*
World Population Prospects 2008
, United Nations Population Division
CMFR DATABASE ON THE KILLING OF JOURNALISTS/MEDIA WORKERS INTHE PHILIPPINES SINCE 1986*(Updated as of 18 June 2010)
 The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) recorded 171 casesof killing of Filipino journalists/media workers since 1986. 32% (55 cases)non-work related and 68% (116 cases) work related.
Of the 171 journalists/media workers killed since 1986, 116 were killedbecause of their work. Seventy-eight out of the 116 work-related caseshappened during the Arroyo administration (February 2001-June 30, 2010).
 The number of journalists/media workers who were killed jumped to 113 after32 were massacred in Maguindanao in November 2009. With 36 journalists/media workers killed, 2009 had the highest killing of Filipino journalists/media workers in history.
Most of the journalists/media workers killed in the line of duty since 1986were based in the provinces. The Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanaoregistered the most number (34) of work-related killings since 1986.
 
One hundred and eight (93 percent) of the 116 journalists/media workerskilled in the line of duty since 1986 were male.
Most of the journalists and media workers killed in the line of duty workedsolely for print (48 of the 116
 
or 41 percent), followed by those who workedfor radio (44).
 The number of print journalists who were killed increased after theMaguindanao massacre where most (24 out of the 32 fatalities) were workingsolely for print. This includes Reynaldo “Bebot” Momay whose body has yetto be found.
CPJ’s Statistical Analysis according to Investigation (1992-2010) Job *
22%Broadcast reporter1%Camera Operator34%Columnist /Commentator10%Editor4%Photographer31%Print reporter/writer7%Publisher/Owner
Medium *
54%Print47%Radio6% Television
Gender
91%Male9%Female
Local /Foreign
100%Local
MurderVictims
47% TakenCaptive26% Threatened47% Tortured
Type of Death
3%DangerousAssignment97%Murder

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