TAPOL is a recruiting a new Coordinator to lead this well known and respected human rights campaign. We are looking for a highly motivated individual with a genuine commitment to human rights and democracy in Indonesia. Deadline extended to 28 March. Read on for more details.
Papuan women's network TIKI has written a direct and challenging letter to the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) on behalf of the indigenous women of Papua. TIKi criticises the visit of the MSG delegation, reminding the MSG of the original aim of the visit and questioning whether it has met this aim.
Papuan lawyer attacks 'Otsus Plus' as unconstitutional, outlining the divergence of the drafting process from the legal requirements set out in the 2001 Papua Special Autonomy law.
Today TAPOL, the Human Rights and Peace for Papua (ICP), Fransiscans International, the West Papua Netzwerk (WPN) and the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) issued an urgent appeal alerting the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions to the alleged poisoning of Papuan activist Danny Kogoya.
Papuan political prisoner Yohanes Boseren, currently on trial in Biak, is suffering from mental health problems thought to be related to the heavy beating he suffered when he was arrested. Human rights lawyers are calling for his immediate release and for him to be given the medical treatment he urgently needs.
A new book, sponsored by TAPOL, sheds further light on the harrowing experiences of the survivors of the 1965 mass murders in Indonesia. Edited by former political prisoner, Putu Oka Sukanta, ‘Sulawesi Testifies’ is based on interviews with survivors and a murderer's accomplice on the island of Sulawesi.