25 Jan 2013
Dominikus Surabut

By realising that this adult life is full of selfishness, competition and abrasive human values, the heart shrinks when humankind questions itself as human. Am I valued as a human?

Tagged: Freedom of Expression, Political Prisoners, West Papua
18 Jan 2013
The Papua-Jakarta dialogue will happen if President SBY wants it to

Comment on the Jakarta-Papua dialogue by leading Papuan human rights Yan Christian Warinussey.

Tagged: Act of Free Choice, Dialogue, West Papua
2 Jan 2013
Feelings of injustice and trauma still widespread in Papua

Papuan human rights NGOs BUK and KontraS condemn the ongoing impunity for violations in Papua, stating that it has lead to long-standing feelings of injustice, deep resentement and trauma. A Jubi article translated by TAPOL.

Tagged: Impunity, West Papua
17 Dec 2012
Join TAPOL! Paid internship vacancy

TAPOL are recruiting for a six-month paid internship to work alongside us on our West Papua programme. If you speak Indonesian, have good communications skills and want to learn more about campaigning and advocacy, read on!

Tagged: TAPOL
5 Dec 2012
Indonesian government to act on Papuan political prisoners

Komnas HAM and the Ministry of Law and Human Rights have responded to a civil society initiative on Papuan political prisoners, and plan to take action to recommend clemency or remissions.TAPOL translations of three articles published by KBR68H.

Tagged: Political Prisoners, West Papua
3 Dec 2012
Reflections on the 1962 New York agreement

To mark the 50th anniversary of the signing of the "New York Agreement" (September 1962) which led to Indonesian annexation of West Papua, WPAT offers a reflection regarding that agreement's implications for West Papua, authored by Dr. John Saltford.

Tagged: Act of Free Choice, West Papua