College Editors Guild of the Philippines presents journalism workshop


The College Editors Guild of the Philippines invites campus journalists to Lunduyan, a journalism and arts workshop for college and high school students, amateurs and budding writers, on October 22-26, 2013 at Baluarte, Vigan, Ilocos Sur. It was known as the NCR Regional Student Press Convention, the annual education festival of CEGP.

For five days, students will be treated to basic, intermediate and advance journalism skills training and workshops as well as courses on relevant socio-political issues.

Aside from simultaneous classroom discussions which will feature topics on journalism, the arts, literature and current events; forum discussions on pressing issues will also be held.


Hundreds of youth participants from different parts of Luzon will be attending the five -day workshop. They are the primary beneficiaries of Lunduyan. The training and educational discussions will equip young writers and artists with tools to carry-out their role as artists and journalists in their schools and in the society.
Students who read their publication would understand the ins and outs of campus paper management and the field of journalism itself.

Indirectly, the Filipino society gains from the whole project because critical journalists and writers make for enlightened citizens who in turn create an enlightened society.


Lunduyan aims to develop the journalism and literature skills of the Filipino youth and likewise raise their social and political awareness. To reach this objective, an array of journalism training workshops and forum discussions on contemporary social issues will be featured in Lunduyan. It also aims to provide a venue for student journalist and aspiring writers to share opinions and experiences with one another and educate them on the significance of responsible journalism and writing for the people.


Gawad Emmanuel Lacaba is the annual Literary Contest of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Luzon. It showcases the skills and talents of young artists to boost their capability of promoting Philippine Literature thru the medium of their publications. This year, the competition is counting for its 9th year of success.


Ammoyo is the annual congress of CEGP Ilocos-La Union Chapter. They aim to unite campus publications across the provinces of La Union, Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte for press freedom and pro-people journalism.


Founded in 1931, College Editors Guild of the Philippines is a patriotic and democratic alliance of more than 750 tertiary student publications based in more than 500 schools nationwide. It is the oldest existing inter-school organization in the country and the only one of its kind in Asia and the Pacific.

It has also remained and has then been acknowledged as the only national center for the advancement of campus press freedom. The Guild is also the home of alumni luminaries such as Malou Mangahas, New York Times’ Carlos Conde, Michael Francis Andrada (UP Literature Professor and Palanca Awardee), Mark Angeles (Palanca Awardee), Virgilio Almario (National Artist), Miriam Defensor-Santiago, Rolando Tolentino (Dean of UP College of Mass Communication) and many more. The Guild is also known for registering its stand and analysis in different social issues.

To register, please visit: [INVITATION]

For further information, you may contact CEGP through or 09267222723.

Press release from the College Editors Guild of the Philippines.


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