It was early 1984, twelve years since Marcos imposed Martial Law. Now, as the Filipinos faced the 1984 Batasang Pambansa Election, they found themselves again at a political crossroads. To understand the magnitude of this event, let us look back at the key events that led up to it.
VAW SPOTLIGHT: Women and Detention
Facebook Twitter Link As part of the National 18-Day Campaign to End Violence Against Women (VAW), the VAW Spotlight series turns its attention to the circumstances of militarization, which brought about a virulent and systematic form of abuse targeted towards women, especially during the Martial Law regime, abuse that still persists today. #VowToEndVAW #VAWfreePH #OrangeTheWorld continue reading : VAW SPOTLIGHT: Women and Detention
VAW SPOTLIGHT: Women and Militarization
This is an article about Human Rights Violation Victims of the Martial Law era. To view the rest of the Roll of Victims see this link: Roll of Victims Facebook Twitter Link As part of the National 18-Day Campaign to End Violence Against Women (VAW), the VAW Spotlight series turns its attention to the circumstances continue reading : VAW SPOTLIGHT: Women and Militarization
Pagpapakilala: Ano ang Roll of Victims?
Bisitahin ang HRVVMC Roll of Victims Page para sa mas komprehensibo at malawak na paliwanag ng bawat kategorya ng puntos, at para makita ang buong listahan ng mga pangalan sa ilalim ng bawat puntos. Facebook Twitter Link Larawan: Eksibit ng mga larawan ng mga biktima ng pampulitika at militar na panunupil. Sa limang araw na continue reading : Pagpapakilala: Ano ang Roll of Victims?
Introduction Series: What is the Roll of Victims?
Facebook Twitter Link Photo: Photo exhibit of victims of political and military suppression. Plaza Roma 5-day fast for Justice, Freedom and General Amnesty. From 1. Filippijnengroep Nederland Collection Photographs.Accessed through the archives of the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission. According to Chap. IV, Sec. 26 of Republic Act No. 10368, “persons who are HRVVs, continue reading : Introduction Series: What is the Roll of Victims?
Legacies of Youth Action
Legacies of youth action: Remembering the Diliman Commune Published on February 5, 2021 Facebook Twitter Link Leadup to the Barricades The early 1970s saw the tail-end of a wave of youth activism across the world, ranging from student movements in the U.S. against the Vietnam War, the Paris Student protests and the Prague Spring. In continue reading : Legacies of Youth Action
Is the Filipino Still Worth Dying For
Is the Filipino Still Worth Dying For Published on August 21, 2021 This article is about Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, a Motu Proprio Human Rights Violations Victim of the Martial Law Era. To read more on them, read their Roll of Victims entry here: Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr. To learn more about the list of Motu continue reading : Is the Filipino Still Worth Dying For
Remembering Macli-ing Dulag and the Anti-Chico Dam Struggle
Remembering Macli-ing Dulag and the Anti-Chico Dam Struggle Published on April 24, 2021 Facebook Twitter Link “If we do not fight and the dams push through, we die anyway. If we fight, we die honourably. Thus I exhort you all, kayaw (struggle)!” – Apo Macli-ing Dulag. On the evening of 24 April 1980, Macli-ing Dulag, continue reading : Remembering Macli-ing Dulag and the Anti-Chico Dam Struggle
To Suppress or Resist: The Dilemma of General Tadiar’s Forces at EDSA
To Suppress or Resist: The Dilemma of General Tadiar’s forces at EDSA Published on February 24, 2021 Facebook Twitter Link Introduction Heroism in defiance of the 1972-1986 Martial Law Regime was expressed from various areas of Philippine society. These were especially realized with the breakout of the 1986 People Power Revolution. This truth however makes continue reading : To Suppress or Resist: The Dilemma of General Tadiar’s Forces at EDSA