- Worker, among the founders of the Kilusang Mayo Uno.
- Abducted by armed men and boarded into a silver Toyota Revo in Brgy. Tuktukan, Guiguinto, Bulacan on June 24, 2006.
-Tricycle driver, president of the Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association in Nasugbu, Batangas.
- Disappeared after he was seized allegedly by the military at a chekpoint on November 10, 2010.
- Athlete, peasant community organizer.
- Two months pregnant when abducted allegedly by military men in Hagonoy, Bulacan on June 26, 2006.
- Community organizer from Bayan Muna partylist.
-Abducted by armed men on August 18, 2004 in front of the Bustillos Church in Sampaloc, Manila.
- A Sociology student at the University of the Philippines-Dilimam, a member of the League of Filipino Students, and did volunteer work for the Alyansa ng Magbubukid sa Bulacan.
- Abducted allegedly by military men on June 26, 2006 in Hagonoy, Bulacan with fellow UP student Sherlyn Cadapan and farmer Manuel Merino.
- Community organizer for the urban poor group Kadena-Malibay Chapter in Pasay.
-Disappeared after he was abducted on February 1, 1988.
- Community organizer for the workers' sector. Abducted by two unidentified men boarding a Mitsubishi L-300 van on March 22, 2007.
- Belonged to the so-called Southern Tagalog 10 or ST10, a group of youth activists who were abducted allegedly by the military in 1977 during Martial Law.
- 53-year-old NGO worker, abducted in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental on January 25, 2007.
- First female editor-in-chief of the "Aggie Green and Gold" student publication of the University of the Philippines in Los Banos, Laguna in 1971, member of the Samahan ng Demokratikong Kabataan and College Editors' Guild of the Philippines.
- Wife of Vic Ladlad, who in 1972 was president of the UP Student Council. Last seen at the Philippine General Hospital on Taft Avenue in Manila in 1975.
- An activist from Gapan, Nueva Ecija during Martial Law, and secretary general of the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan-Nueva Ecija.
-Abducted allegedly by the military on March 3, 2005 in Cabanatuan City.
JUAN ORCINO JR.
- A leader from the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan, became a political detainee in 1990 after he and his wife were abducted in Munoz, Nueva Ecija allegedly by authorities from the Philippine Constabulary.
-Also a Bayan Muna coordinator in Central Luzon, abducted allegedly by the military in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija on February 9, 2002.
- Abducted allegedly by 10 soldiers in his house in Calbayog City in Samar on August 22, 2005.
-A priest from the Redemptorist Church in Cebu City and an anti-Marcos activist believed to be abducted by military agents on July 11, 1985.
-Served as vice chairman of the New Patriotic Alliance in the Visayas region and executive secretary of the Visayas Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace.
- Abducted by armed men on June 26, 2006 in Camarines with uncle Prudencio Calubid, a consultant for the National Democratic Front for the peace process and his wife Celina Palma.
- Abducted by armed men on May 17, 2006 in his house in General Tinio in Nueva Ecija with Domingo Guinto and Abelardo Interior, who were later freed.
- A National Democratic Front consultant for the peace process.
- Abducted by armed men on February 19, 2007 while walking on President Aguinaldo Street in Cagayan de Oro City.
- One of his children was able to talk to one Col. Jack Baltazar of the Intelligence Service Group of the Armed Forces Philippines, who said that Velasco had long been the "target" of the military. But the AFP denied that he was under its custody.