The Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission (HRVVMC) was created by Republic Act No. 10368, also known as “An Act Providing for Reparation and Recognition of Victims of Human Rights Violations during the Marcos Regime, Documentation of Said Violations, Appropriating Funds Therefor and For Other Purposes” particularly in Section 27.
In solidarity with human rights violations victims we shall:
We are Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission, an inter-agency body that serves as the most comprehensive and authoritative source of knowledge and information on human rights violations during the martial law period from 1972-1986 as our way of promoting good governance towards just, humane and democratic society.
The Board of Trustees shall have the authority to hire and appoint its officials and employees, receive donations and grants for and on its behalf, and generate revenues for the benefit of the Commission.
Pursuant to Republic Act no. 10368, the power and functions of the Commission shall be assumed by the Board of Trustees which shall be composed of the following:
The people who work in the Human Rights Violations Victims Memorial Commission believe in a Filipino nation built on the principles of democracy, freedom, justice and human rights. They are driven by a commitment to honor the lives and sacrifices of victims and survivors of the 1972-1986 martial law era in the Philippines.
Address: 2/F J&S Building 104 Kalayaan Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines
Telephone numbers: (+632) 8289-2218/8243-6020