Learn About Responsible Journalism and Activism at The Bedan’s “Mulat”

On its second year, The Bedan highlights responsible activism with MULAT.

THE BEDAN, the official student publication of San Beda University-Manila, will conduct a journalism seminar entitled ‘MULAT’ this coming January 10 and 11, 2020, now on its second year at the Conference Hall-San Beda University.

It is a two-day event which will be comprised of Informative Seminar about national issues and responsible journalism for Day 01 and a Workshop seminar with regards to writing, cartooning and photojournalism for Day 02 – all accompanied with respected journalists to give their talks and lectures.

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The speakers are Mr. Ariel Edgar G. Ponce, a ten-time Teaching Excellence awardee as assessed by Far Eastern University – Center for Testing and Evaluation, Mr. Don Dave Del Rosario Ventura, the Junior Supervising Producer of GMA Network Inc., Mr. Joselito D. Delos Reyes, an opinion contributor at Rappler, Tarra Quismundo is the current Deputy Editor at ABS-CBN News, Mr.

Joel Pablo Salud, currently, the Editor-In-Chief of the Philippines Graphic magazine, Ms. Joyce Babe Panares, the News Editor of Manila Standard, Mr. Francis Ochoa, a host of Sports IQ, a weekly sports talk show, and to give an element of surprise, wait for more.

Atty. Jose Manuel I. Diokno a.k.a Chel Diokno, is not just a human rights defender and trial lawyer for he is also the founding dean of the De La Salle University (DLSU) College of Law in 2010, will grace the said event as he will address the national situation of the Philippines regarding the experience of journalists in the political industry with his experience as being part of the said industry.

“MULAT” (which means ‘awakening’ in English) is an initiative of The Bedan to encourage students and not just student-journalists to propel maximum student inclusion and at the same time, promote duties and responsibilities of student activism.

The Bedan envisions a society that would encourage a well-founded political discourse with arguments based on facts and not just mere hear-says or what we should most appropriately refer to as ‘posts’ considering our generation today. With that vision, “MULAT” was crafted and will continue its legacy.

In light of this, students from high school to college-level are encouraged to join the event.

There is no limit as to the number of delegates.

For further details on the registration process and respective fees, check the official event Facebook page of “Mulat”.