The Foreign Office responds to Tapol's Letter of 19 October 2010 regarding the recent torture case in Papua. TAPOL called on the government to press Indonesia for an immediate investigation.
TAPOL letter to Foreign Secretary William Hague, highlighting evidence concerning the torture of two Papuan men by Indonesian soldiers. TAPOL urge the British government to push Indonesia for an immediate investigation.
Following the visit of former political prisoner Putu Oka Sukanto to the UK, TAPOL write to the President of Indonesia, calling for acknowledgement of the grave human rights violations which took place during 1965/66, and for transitional justice measures.
Letter to the Indonesian President signed by a coalition of international NGOs, calling for the release of Papuan prisoners and the repeal of articles 106 and 110 of the criminal code, ahead of Indonesia's national day on 17 August.
Letter to Indonesian Justice Minister signed by the UK the Indonesia NGO Forum and Watch Indonesia from Germany, calling for the Indonesian government to drop criminal defamation procedings against Usman Hamid, and ensure justice for Munir.
Letter to the President of the UN Security Council about justice and accountability for human rights and war crimes committed in Timor-Leste, coordinated by the East Timor Action Network and signed by dozens of civil society organisations around the world.