The Future of Filipino Children was made possible with support provided by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the National Research Council of the Philippines (NCRP) to the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication.
The opinions expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily refl ect the views of UNICEF or AIJC.
The research focuses on the Internet access and utilization habits and practices of Filipino children.
The survey shows that Filipino school children are active netizens.
Policies and Information Access and Transparency:
An analysis of Philippine Laws, Issuances, Agency Guidelines, and Bills on Information Access, the study sought to answer the following questions: 1) what are the laws/issuances and agency rules/guidelines on information access being enforced in the Philippines at present 2). how do they promote Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human, Rights and the nine principles of a Freedom of Information regime, and 3) which of the nine principles do these policies reflect?
The Study tracks and analyzes current and emerging issues and trends affecting Filipino children today and how these would affect their future by focusing on five themes: (1) family and community life, (2) human capital, (3) human security, (4) political and economic development, and (5) ICT and communication media.
e-Knowledge Public Domain Project:
The e-Knowledge Public Domain Project promotes open content on priority developmental issues which shall be accessible to the communities who need it most. These development areas include education, health, agriculture, and small and medium businesses.
An Online Curriculum Resource
Knowledge Management for Community Development
A guide on the production of web-based and interactive multimedia materials.