By Gilbert P. Felongco (First of Two Parts) Twenty-year-old Mechanical Engineering student Arvin Lagman visits the Manila Public […]

By Danielle Uy She is a teenager, beautiful and intelligent, two qualities considered by many as essential for an […]

Text, Photos, and Video by Danielle Uy There was once a place 12 hours away from the metropolis, […]

By Mark Fuentes, Senior CyberOps Consultant, Horangi Cyber Security Cyber security is making its way to the forefront […]

The world is reeling from what many refer to as “fake news” — it’s a phenomenon so insidious […]

A growing number of human rights defenders around the world are facing reprisals and intimidation for cooperating with the United Nations, ranging from travel bans and the freezing of assets to detention and torture, says a new report issued by the world body.

Civilians in conflict are not a target, top United Nations officials today stressed at a special event marking […]

THE GOAL Wired Correspondence aims to be an independent and progressive online newsmagazine that will focus on crowd-sourced stories […]

There are growing global health issues that may pose greater hazards to people than ever imagined, based on […]

Besides flunking class exams, hunger or food insecurity is among the problems of some college students, particularly those […]

The United Nations has sharpened its focus on efforts to tackle the humanitarian crisis in northeast Nigeria, through […]

Constantly facing exclusion from societies and institutions, immigrants who arrived illegally in the United States as small children […]