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Published on February 8, 2023

Human Rights Violations Victims (HRVVs) were allowed to file an application for reparation with the Board. In cases where the HRVV was incapacitated, deceased, or missing, a legal heir or representative was allowed to file on their behalf.

Photo: Members of the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board after the oath-taking on February 14, 2014 at the Commission on Human Rights. From left to right: Jose Luis Martin “Chito” Gascon, Byron Bocar, Aurora Corazon A. Parong, Glenda Litong, Erlinda Senturias, CHR Chair Loretta Ann Rosales, Lina Sarmiento, Wilfredo Asis, Jacqueline Mejia, and Galuasch Ballaho.
Taken from HRVVMC Website

Photo: From “Republic Act No. 10766,” Senate of the Philippines, April 19, 2016, accessed, July 22, 2022,
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Photo: News clipping of Malaya Vol. IV, No. 189 (24 July 1985). Accessed through the archives of the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission.

Photo: Screenshot of a portion of the webpage “List of Victims and Recognized Motu Proprio”. Link to Roll of Victims Page

Photo: Members of the organization SELDA calling for an extension of the availability of funds for the compensation of victims. Image taken by Boy Santos. From the Philippine Star, Link to Page