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Neri Javier Colmenares

Vice Chair

House of Representatives

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House of Representatives

2405 Rayburn H.O.B.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20515

United States

Company Description

The House of Pacific Relations (HPR), founded in 1935, is a not-for-profit community organization dedicated to furthering cooperation and understanding between national groups in the United States. HPR consists of 34 national groups, many of which have their...more

Background Information

Employment History

Member, Faculty of Law

The University of Melbourne


Faculty of Law

YIM


Executive Director

Philippine National Amnesty Commission


Affiliations

Anakpawis

Representatives


Bayan

Representative


National Union of Peoples' Lawyers

President


National Union of Progressive Lawyers

Secretary-General


Defense of Liberties

Spokesperson of the Committee


Integrated Bar of the Philippines

Eastern Visayas Regional Coordinator of Bayan Muna Party-List Group and A Member of the Board of Directors


Centre for Restorative Justice in Asia

Attorney, Member


Alekhine Nouri

Committee Chairman


Philippine Coalition for the ICC

Member of the National Council


National Amnesty Commission of the Philippines

Attorney, Executive Secretary


The Alamara

Member


Education

Philippine Christian University


UP College of Law


Bachelor of Arts

Economics

San Beda College


Doctorate in Law


doctorate in law

University of Melbourne


economics degree

San Beda College


law degree

University of the Philippines


masters degree

University of Melbourne


Web References(199 Total References)


House Committee Hearing on House Bill 555 - Genuine Agrarian Reform Bill (GARB) - Anakpawis Partylist

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Neri Colmenares, Fighter ng Masang Anakpawis
House Committee Hearing on House Bill 555 - Genuine Agrarian Reform Bill (GARB)


Yolanda Victims Protest Urging Congress to Investigate Government Rehabilitation Efforts, May 13, 2015, House of Representatives - Anakpawis Partylist

www.anakpawis.net [cached]

Neri Colmenares, Fighter ng Masang Anakpawis
Yolanda Victims Protest Urging Congress to Investigate Government Rehabilitation Efforts, May 13, 2015, House of Representatives


www.nordis.net

BAGUIO CITY - The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) endorses Neri Colmenares, Senior Deputy Minority Leader, in his senatorial candidacy.
CPA firmly believes that Colmenares, dubbed "Fighter ng Bayan," will genuinely represent the marginalized sectors in senate, including historically marginalized and neglected indigenous peoples. The track record of Colmenares as a three-term representative of Bayan Muna Partylist at the House of Representatives is truly exceptional. Colmenares has authored and co-authored 472 resolutions and proposed bills, nine important laws for the people such as RA 9745: Anti-Torture Act; RA 10639: Free Mobile Disaster Alerts; RA 10380: Local Absentee Voting for Media; RA 10069: Health Workers' Day Act; RA: Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition and more. In addition, Colmenares prioritized the passage of laws such as the P2,000 SSS monthly pension increase; P125 additional daily wage for all workers; P2billion assistance for OFWs; genuine agrarian reform and free irrigation; and additional social pension for all senior citizens and benefits and pension for barangay officials. Colmenares tirelessly delivered privilege speeches concerning the issues of Pork Barrel, corruption, human rights issues, disasters, and on indigenous peoples in congress. Pitong taon sa Kongreso na hindi nagpayaman. Mula sa Kongreso hanggang sa mga korte at maging sa pakikibaka sa lansangan, laging naroon si Neri Colmenares, lumalaban para sa bayan. This is what makes Colmenares different from the rest. He is not only a Representative at the House of Congress but also a street parliamentarian. Colmenares joins protest actions on issues affecting the people. He visits human rights victims in jails and in communities. He listens to the plight of street vendors, peasants, fisher folks, workers, senior citizens, women, youth, indigenous peoples and more. He supports indigenous peoples in their fight for their rights to their ancestral lands and self-determination. A martial law victim and survivor himself, the core of Colmenares service to the people has been firmly and constantly grounded on human rights. He has clearly articulated national industrialization and genuine agrarian reform as springboards for development and progress for the majority of the Filipino people. Without these, there can never be a comprehensive development for the Filipino people. As a legislator, lawyer and political activist, Colmenares has clearly demonstrated what it means to advance the politics of change-that is, responding in concrete to the basic issues of the people and being the voice of the marginalized, exploited and disadvantaged sectors. Kailangan natin si Neri Colmenares sa Senado. As a champion of people's rights and indigenous people's rights, let us support Colmenares. As his track record shows, Colmenares is our hope for our aspirations to be heard in the Senate.


Northern Dispatch Weekly

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BAGUIO CITY â€" The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) endorses Neri Colmenares, Senior Deputy Minority Leader, in his senatorial candidacy.
CPA firmly believes that Colmenares, dubbed “Fighter ng Bayan,â€� will genuinely represent the marginalized sectors in senate, including historically marginalized and neglected indigenous peoples. BAGUIO CITY â€" The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) endorses Neri Colmenares, Senior Deputy Minority Leader, in his senatorial candidacy. CPA firmly believes that Colmenares, dubbed “Fighter ng Bayan,â€� will genuinely represent the marginalized sectors in senate, including historically marginalized and neglected indigenous peoples. The track record of Colmenares as a three-term representative of Bayan Muna Partylist at the House of Representatives is truly exceptional. Colmenares has authored and co-authored 472 resolutions and proposed bills, nine important laws for the people such as RA 9745: Anti-Torture Act; RA 10639: Free Mobile Disaster Alerts; RA 10380: Local Absentee Voting for Media; RA 10069: Health Workers’ Day Act; RA: Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition and more. In addition, Colmenares prioritized the passage of laws such as the P2,000 SSS monthly pension increase; P125 additional daily wage for all workers; P2billion assistance for OFWs; genuine agrarian reform and free irrigation; and additional social pension for all senior citizens and benefits and pension for barangay officials. Colmenares tirelessly delivered privilege speeches concerning the issues of Pork Barrel, corruption, human rights issues, disasters, and on indigenous peoples in congress. Pitong taon sa Kongreso na hindi nagpayaman. Mula sa Kongreso hanggang sa mga korte at maging sa pakikibaka sa lansangan, laging naroon si Neri Colmenares, lumalaban para sa bayan. This is what makes Colmenares different from the rest. He is not only a Representative at the House of Congress but also a street parliamentarian. Colmenares joins protest actions on issues affecting the people. He visits human rights victims in jails and in communities. He listens to the plight of street vendors, peasants, fisher folks, workers, senior citizens, women, youth, indigenous peoples and more. He supports indigenous peoples in their fight for their rights to their ancestral lands and self-determination. A martial law victim and survivor himself, the core of Colmenares service to the people has been firmly and constantly grounded on human rights. He has clearly articulated national industrialization and genuine agrarian reform as springboards for development and progress for the majority of the Filipino people. Without these, there can never be a comprehensive development for the Filipino people. As a legislator, lawyer and political activist, Colmenares has clearly demonstrated what it means to advance the politics of changeâ€"that is, responding in concrete to the basic issues of the people and being the voice of the marginalized, exploited and disadvantaged sectors. Kailangan natin si Neri Colmenares sa Senado. As a champion of people’s rights and indigenous people’s rights, let us support Colmenares. As his track record shows, Colmenares is our hope for our aspirations to be heard in the Senate. Makabayan, likewise, calls on the people to vote for Neri Colmenares for Senator. In his eight years as Bayan Muna partylist representative, Colmenares has proven his worth as the people’s fighter in Congress. Electing him to the Senate will be a big service to the people, especially the poor and oppressed that he has represented with passion, competence and integrity.


Yolanda Victims Protest Urging Congress to Investigate Government Rehabilitation Efforts, May 13, 2015, House of Representatives – Anakpawis Partylist

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Neri Colmenares, Fighter ng Masang Anakpawis
Yolanda Victims Protest Urging Congress to Investigate Government Rehabilitation Efforts, May 13, 2015, House of Representatives


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