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Claiming History: Memoirs of the Struggle against Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Regime in the Philippines

Portia L. Reyes

2018

Claiming History: Memoirs of the Struggle against Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Regime in the Philippines

Portia L. Reyes

In this article, Portia Reyes reviews important published memoirs on the Martial Law period to illustrate how they collectively embodied a counter-hegemonic account through alternative subjectivities and individual voices.

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Reyes, Portia L. “Claiming History: Memoirs of the Struggle against Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Regime in the Philippines.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33, no. 2 (2018): 457–98.

Martial Law Human Rights Violations Victims recognized under Republic Act 10368 – Motu Propio List

Human Rights Victims' Claims Board

2018

Martial Law Human Rights Violations Victims recognized under Republic Act 10368 – Motu Propio List

Human Rights Victims' Claims Board

The Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013 was passed into law to determine a list of victims of the former Marcos Administration from 21 September 1972 to 25 February 1986. On May 11, 2018, the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB) released Resolution No. 18-2018, which gave recognition to 126 motu proprio victims of Martial Law. The Board was given the power to recognize these victims motu proprio based on Sections 18 and 26 of R.A. 10368, as well as Section 20 of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of R.A. 10368.

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Republic of the Philippines Commission on Human Rights. 2018. Resolution No. 18-2018: Motu Propio Recognition of Human Rights Violations Victims Pursuant to R.A. 10368. Prepared by the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board, Commission on Human Rights. Quezon City.