Monthly Archives: September 2013

NZ police training programme in Indonesia’s Papua region on track

Originally posted on West Papua News Network:
The New Zealand government says the next planned programme of community policing training by New Zealand police in Indonesia’s eastern region of Papua is still on track. The government says the Eastern Indonesia…

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Papua Ablaze! The Need for a Touch of Hearts

Originally posted on West Papua Media Alerts:
Opinion by: Selpius Bobii. Abepura Prison September 8, 2013 “ In Syria hundreds of civilians are dead from a suspected attack with poison gas on Wednesday 21 August 2013 at a location close…

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PNG promotes engagement with Indonesia over West Papua

Originally posted on West Papua News Network:
PNG’s PM Peter O’Neill Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has called for engagement with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono as the way forward for the issue of West Papua. Attending the…

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West Papua Report September 2013

Originally posted on West Papua Media Alerts:
from West Papua Advocacy Team This is the 113th in a series of monthly reports that focus on developments affecting Papuans. This series is produced by the non-profit West Papua Advocacy Team (WPAT)…

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LP3BH Urges the President so Resolve the Papua issue by means of Dialogue

Originally posted on West Papua Media Alerts:
COMMENT by Yan Christian Warinussy, Executive Director of LP3BH 8 September 2013 After carefully examining  theoretic aspects of the question of dialogue as the way of resolving several conflicts in various parts of…

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Warinussy: Treason Charges against Aimas activists lack a proper legal foundation

Originally posted on West Papua Media Alerts:
COMMENT by Yan Christian Warinussy, Senior Lawyer and Executive-Director of LP3BH 7 September, 2013 The questioning of the five witnesses that has taken place during the trial of seven civilians in Papua in…

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What should be the role of the Australian government as a member of the UN Security Council ?

Originally posted on West Papua Media Alerts:
Opinion / Analysis By Herman Wainggai September 11, 2013 Papuan women wearing the banned Morning Star flag as clothing at Manokwari demo to welcome Flotilla (Photo: West Papua Media stringers) Knowing  the history…

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