POC Presents


Parokya Sa Web

Fr. Robert Reyes, the inimitable "running priest" writes daily Angelus reflections and shines a light at social causes and issues. Readers can leave a prayer request or and learn more about his spiritual activism.

10 for 2010

10 for 2010 is an initiative by POC, Fr. Robert Reyes and Kubol Pag-asa to generate meaningful discourse about the 2010 elections. People are invited to pick 10 people – any 10 people – they'd like to see in office and explain why.


POC's literary junction takes a look at both old and new works by Filipino writers and artists, as well as current events in the Pinoy book-lover's world. Booklat! also features foreign writers, lit blogs, and updates on the Great Book Blockade of 2009.

Gawad Kalinga

Started by Tony Meloto, Gawad Kalinga ('to give care' in English) is a revolutionary social change initiative that not only provides housing for the poor, but new environments and opportunities as well. GK envisions 'no more slums' in the Philippines.

Takbong Pangarap

Ultra-runner Joy Rojas aims to be the first Filipina to run across America. Her journey is that of triumph, not only of her personal victory against tuberculosis but also to the resilience of the Filipino spirit.


Following the theme 'Balik-Tanaw, Bagong Pananaw,' the Department of Labor and Employment celebrates its 75th anniversary with the 7-leg DOLE Diamond Lecture Series and JOBSolutely DOLE job fair.


The National Schools Press Conference brings together young campus journalists from schools all over the country to compete for accolades in print and broadcast media. It is part of POC's continuing initiative to introduce web journalism as a new and relevant platform for would-be journalists.

Pinoy Romansa


Blog Watch

A bloggers' initiative aiming to cover underplayed stories that traditional media cannot cover due to limited resources and time.

Year in POCus

Year in POCus: 2009 Extreme weather conditions, shocking showbiz headlines and equally surprising political moves. Martial Law, mass murders, deaths and whatnot. Looking forward to 2010?