This iconic 128-page little book, published in 1976 by the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, destroyed the benevolent image that the dictator Ferdinand Marcos had sought to paint about his rule.
John Silva’s iconic photo is a reminder of how the Marcos regime was responsible for the slow murder of the children and people of Negros.
Jose Manuel I. Diokno, law dean of De La Salle University, signs this statement for the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG), a lawyers’ group organized during the Marcos dictatorship to provide legal assistance to dissenters of that regime and to campaign against its massive violations of people’s rights. In a separate interview, Atty. Diokno described Read more about FLAG dissents[…]
A speech in Remembrance of two heroes – Chief Justice Teehankee and Justice Zaldivar delivered by Chief Justice Andres R. Narvasa in 1995.
Never again to dictatorship! On the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of EDSA People Power, Bantayog ng mga Bayani invite you to a restaging of Ramces M. Dili’s “Bayani Lubid at ang dekada ng martial law.” This is a play about the lives of ordinary people who fell victim to the abuses of the police Read more about Bayani Lubid at ang Dekada ng Martial Law[…]
This classic mural painted by Egai Talusan Fernandez can be viewed at the halls of Bantayog. Bantayog joins the Filipino people in honoring the heroes and martyrs who fought the dictatorship.
It Is The Lord is a book by Sr. Maria Dulce Emmanuel F. Inlayo, OCD about Bishop Labayen. Bishop Julio Labayen (1926-2016) lived a life fully surrendered to his Source, promoting the Church of the Poor most of his life.
You cannot discriminate, that any person no matter what he does in his life, deserves some basic recognition of human rights.
Declaration of martial law & suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in Mindanao is a wrong solution to the current crisis in Marawi City.
A statement on the initial release of compensation to human rights victims.