Historical Revisionism

Marcosian Atrocities: Historical Revisionism and the Legal Constraints on Forgetting

With the objective of fighting historical revisionism, authors Raphael Lorenzo Pangalanan with Gemmo Bautista Fernandez and Ross Tugade  published  “Marcosian Atrocities: Historical Revisionism and the Legal Constraints on Forgetting,” an incisive article that  enjoins its readers to analyze  the  “legitimacy of memory laws within the Philippine Constitutional framework”.    Read more about this in Marcosian …

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Never Again, the Limits of the law, and the demands of history

Commission on Human Rights lawyer and former  Executive Assistant to the Chairperson of the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board, Atty Ross Tugade points out that the “Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act,  enabled the victims of the Martial Law regime to file claims and be awarded with reparations for the violations they experienced. Legislating …

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