Satur C. Ocampo (born April 7, 1939) is a Filipino partylist representative, journalist, and writer. He is a member of the House of Representatives, president of the Bayan Muna political party, and Deputy Minority Leader in the 14th Congress of the Philippines. He has done work in Human Rights and other areas.
Satur Ocampo was born in Sta. Rita, Pampanga to a family of landless tenant farmers. After studying at the Philippine College of Commerce, Manuel L. Quezon University and Lyceum of the Philippines University, by 1963 he was working as a full-time business journalist and later became assistant business editor for the Manila Times. He was a vice-president of the National Press Club (NPC) from 1970 to 1972.
Ocampo was involved in politics from an early age. In 1964, he was a founding member of the student-youth organization Kabataang Makabayan (Patriotic Youth). Soon thereafter in 1967-68, he was in the National Council of the Movement for the Advancement of Nationalism (MAN). Upon the declaration of Martial Law, he was forced to go into hiding.
- Name : Satur C. Ocampo
- Birthday : April 7, 1939
- Birthplace : Sta. Rita, Pampanga
- Nationality : Filipino
- Political party : Bayan Muna
- Spouse : Carolina Malay
- Profession : Writer, Journalist
- Deputy Minority Leader, Rules
- Martial Law (September 21, 1972)
- Political Persecution and imprisonment on murder charges (1984)