Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism

#49 Robin Padilla

Robinhood Ferdinand Cariño Padilla (born on November 23, 1969 in Quezon City), popularly known as Robin Padilla, is an actor.

He has been working in film and television from as early as the 1980s both as an actor and as a writer.

In 2013, Robin Padilla won Best Actor in the Metro Manila Film Festival, as well as Film Actor of the Year in 2014, for the movie 10,000 Hours, an action thriller where he played the role of “Senator Alcaraz.”

His father, Casimero Bustamante Padilla Sr., popularly known as Roy Padilla, was the governor of Camarines Norte from 1975 until 1988. | Rappler

Issues and Stands

Safe re-opening of schools and transition to face-to-face classes

Ensure that quality internet is available to students and work to provide subsidies to ensure they can keep up in their classes (i.e., load or laptop subsidies)

Integrate Human Rights and Peace Education into basic and secondary education curriculum

Junking of Anti-Terror Law

Demand that campaigns declare online campaign expenditures beyond their official social media accounts (i.e., influencers engaged, unofficial groups or pages tapped, etc.)

Increased participation of the youth in local and national governance by allowing them to influence & craft legislation

Protection of Indigenous Peoples’ rights and support their increased participation in cultural spaces

Legalization of Divorce

Increase national minimum wage to P750

Increase budget for farming and fishing support/infrastructure

Enact the right to an adequate food bill or the Zero Hunger Bill

Continue support for the rice tariffication law

Seeking climate change accountability from better developed, high-pollutant countries

Increase financial and technical support for local climate adaptation and mitigation projects

Support for Open Pit Mining

Pass an Alternative Mining Act in accordance with human rights norms, standards, and obligations

Increase funding for mental health support

Decriminalizing Abortion

Reparations for Martial Law Victims & Retrieval of Marcos’ Ill-gotten Wealth

Criminalizing of Vote-buying