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Essential Truth Series

The Human Rights Violations Victims Memorial Commission has started the Essential Truths Project to revisit the martial law years, 1972-1986, and build a platform to counter ill-intentioned parties from negating or distorting history. 

The youth of today needs to learn important lessons from the past that will help them develop critical thinking and avoid the mistakes of the past and be guided towards a society and future that they truly deserve.

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LIST OF EVENTS

MEMCOM EVENTS

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Roll of Victims

The Roll of Victims is the official list of Martial Law 1972-1986 era victims as resolved by the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB), an independent and quasi-judicial body created by R. A. 10368.

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Booklets

The Essential Truths Booklets were based on actual documents, testimonies, data and validated sources of information to arrive at the truth and weed out myths, false claims and propaganda.


Palimbang book

Palimbang Reader

A definitive chronicle of one of the most gruesome atrocities committed by Philippine military forces during the Martial law years, against Muslims in Barangay Malisbong, Palimbang town, Sultan Kudarat province.

Research and Publications

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Tacbil Mosque Palimbang Massacre

Known commonly as the Malisbong Massacre, this event was one of many unrecorded in Philippine History textbooks. The HRVVMC’s Palimbang reader provides helpful insight for serious scholars obtained through triangulation of the truth in coordination with local state universities.

Essential Truths Series

The Essential Truths Booklets were based on actual documents, testimonies, data and validated sources of information to arrive at the truth and weed out myths, false claims and propaganda. 

SocDem Narratives

The following are the current research projects of HRVVMC. The publications produced from these projects are available upon request.
If you would like a copy of these publications, you may email thefreedommemorialph@gmail.com or fill up the form below.

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