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The Roll of Victims is the official list of Martial Law 1972-1986 era victims recognized and given reparations by the state. The list was prepared by the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB), an independent and quasi-judicial body created by R. A. 10368 to receive, evaluate, process and investigate reparation applications of Human Rights Violations Victims, as defined under R. A. 10368. 

In providing financial assistance to Martial Law victims, the HRVCB, as per the HRVCB Board Resolution 002-2015 dtd March 04, 2015 Annex A “Legal Guide on Definition of Human Rights Violations and Awarding of Points Under RA 10368”, organized a point system hierarchy for the violations committed to a victim. It ranged from Ten (10) being the most severe to One (1) being the least; various abuses fall under different points which served as the reference of the organization in allocating assistance to the victim.  The Roll of Victims has been divided into this point system.

Block
11,103 Victims of Human Rights Violations
Martial Law (1972 -1986)
2,0
KILLING AND ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE
0
TORTURE (RAPE AND FORCIBLE ABDUCTION)
0
TORTURE (MUTILATION,SEXUAL ABUSE, INVOLVING CHILDREN AND MINORS)
1,0
TORTURE (INVOLVING PSYCHOLOGICAL, MENTAL, AND EMOTIONAL HARM OTHER THAN INSANITY, ACTS OF LASCIVIOUSNESS )
0
CRUEL, INHUMANE, & DEGRADING TREATMENT
0
ARBITRARY DETENTION (FOR MORE THAN SIX MONTHS)
1,0
ARBITRARY DETENTION (LASTING BETWEEN 15 DAYS TO SIX MONTHS)
1,0
ARBITRARY DETENTION (LASTING BETWEEN 36 HOURS UP TO 15 DAYS)
0
INVOLUNTARY EXILE (INVOLVING VIOLENCE AND ILLEGAL TAKEOVER OF BUSINESS)
2,0
INVOLUNTARY EXILE (INVOLVING INTIMIDATION AND PHYSICAL INJURIES)
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Tao sa tao

Tara, kwentuhan tayo? Tao sa Tao.

Inihahandog ng Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission ang kwentuhang totoo kasama ang mga martial law survivors bilang pagmamarka ng ika-50 na anibersaryo ng pagkadeklara ng Batas Militar sa Pilipinas.

Gaganapin ang kwentuhan tuwing Sabado ng 10:00 am – 12:00 nn at 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm simula September 24, hanggang October 1, 8, at 15 sa UP Fine Arts Gallery, Diliman Quezon City.

Mangyaring mag sign-up sa link na ito upang makasali: https://bit.ly/TaoSaTaoRegistration

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NOTE:
Open to public. No walk-ins.
Reserve your slots by registration.
Only 25 participants per session are allowed.

pen & paper

As we are now in the digital age and the developments in the dissemination of information through various media, disinformation has become common means of shaping the public opinion. It becomes more apparent to highlight the role of archives and libraries in maintaining the integrity of the documents and the information it holds.

The Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission (HRVVMC) in partnership with the Philippine Librarians Association Inc., Society of Filipino Archivist, Philippine Normal University Library and Information Science Alumni Association, University of the Philippines – School of Library and Information Studies, and Lyceum of the Philippines University – College of Arts and Sciences will conduct a FREE webinar entitled “Pen and Paper: Webinar on the Importance of Archives and Library in the age of disinformation.”

Join us on September 23, 2022 at 9:30 am, as we examine the importance and impact of the archives and the libraries with the people dedicated in preserving and propagating information based on facts.

Register here: https://me-qr.com/BrIxEwJ

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