TAPOL in the press

28 Aug 2009
East Timor: Solidarity Activists Press for Justice

TAPOL's Carmel Budiardjo is interviewed by Matt Crook in Dili at the 2009 International Solidarity Conference, where victims and activists gathered to discuss how to move forward to address the continuing impunity which persists 10 years of independence.

Appeared in: Inter Press ServiceTagged: Impunity, TAPOL, Timor-Leste
15 Jul 2009

An article published in Liberation which outlines the oppressive conditions faced by Papuan women in Indonesia's poorest but most resource-rich territory.

Appeared in: LiberationTagged: West Papua, Violence against Women, Women
9 Jul 2009
The Munir history test: Unfinished business of justice

In October 1999, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) published a report, Ruler's Law, that described how Indonesia's first two presidents - Sukarno and Soeharto - created an environment i

Appeared in: Jakarta PostTagged: Laws and Regulations
23 Apr 2009

John Pilger rightly draws attention to the profound ignorance of East Timor's plight during nearly three decades of Indonesian occupation.

Appeared in: New StatesmanTagged: West Papua
27 Feb 2007
Rights for women take a tumble

Take a brief look at the history of Indonesia’s long struggle for independence and you will see that women have occupied a prominent place since the early days.

Appeared in: LiberationTagged: Women
11 Aug 2005
Devolving power to regions as peace building initiative

A greater devolution of power to the regions in Indonesia than that accommodated by present autonomy law provisions should be an option in peace building.

Appeared in: Jakarta PostTagged: Aceh