Thursday, March 26, 2009

WANTED: Volunteers (for a Radio Program)

Everyday, we complain about graft and corruption in our country. We know people die because government resources do not reach them but instead fill the pockets of many of those in power. Little children are left begging in the streets while many of our politicians are quarrelling over what is left of the country. What then does our future hold?

We know change we must, and 2010 presents an opportunity. However, with a little over a year from elections, we still do not know who or where our real leaders are. We do not even have a glimpse of what the real issues are. With more than 90 Million Filipinos, why can’t we find even a few among us who can lead the country to the clamored change?

Now, Lead Philippines ( has teamed up with Di Duwag ang Pilipino ( to produce a weekly radio program that will:
  • Discuss in pressing details poverty brought about by graft and corruption
  • Interview potential leaders on their ideas on solutions to poverty and how to stop graft and corruption
  • Expose fake leaders from real leaders by challenging their ideas in an open dialogue
We are now calling on volunteer writers, interviewers, field and/or online researchers and all those who can help us produce this radio program in whatever capacity.

If you:
  • are a Filipino citizen, 18 years of age or above,
  • have high level of intelligence and maturity,
  • speak/write fluently and confidently both in English and Filipino,
  • are aware and concerned of national issues,
  • have an open, independent and critical mind,
  • believe that you can do a better interview than most in the mass media, and
  • have an extreme desire to see a better Philippines.
We call on you to be part of our mass media campaign to help educate the people about our own problems and the solutions to them, and in the process help find real leaders of our country.

Stop complaining about your country now… Join us and be part of positive change!

Send us an email with your resume and contact information:

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