- Published on Wednesday, 24 June 2015 12:39
Seven Papuan political activists have been detained as a result of their peaceful political activities. They have been charged with 'incitement' and could face up to six years imprisonment.
- Published on Thursday, 07 May 2015 09:14
An appeal from the International Coalition for Papua (ICP) concerning the latest development in West Papua
We, Church leaders, human rights defenders, academics and international observers, gathered in Brussels for the International Consultation on Papua 2015 to discuss the situation of human rights in Papua. We also met in the European Parliament on 5 May 2015 upon the invitation of Ms Ana Gomes, Member of European Parliament, to discuss the current situation in Papua, with the presence of Chargé D’affaires of the Indonesia to the European Union and Indonesian diplomats from Brussels and Jakarta.
- Published on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 10:18
Dear Mr President, I am writing to you on behalf of TAPOL and the undersigned organisations, all of whom are deeply concerned about the absence of free and open access to the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua (henceforth: Papua) for international journalists, humanitarian organisations and human rights observers. The media blackout in Papua denies the Papuan people the right to have their voices heard and allows human rights violations such as killings, torture and arbitrary arrests to continue with impunity.
- Published on Thursday, 15 January 2015 13:47
- Published on Thursday, 15 January 2015 13:49
- Published on Thursday, 15 January 2015 13:50
- Published on Friday, 12 December 2014 09:49
President Joko Widodo must end all racism and discrimination in the Land of Papua, from impunity for human rights violators to restrictions on access for independent journalists to visit Papua, said publisher Deiyai.
Dr. Benny Giay, chair of the Deiyai publishing company, said that the racism and discrimination in question is highlighted by Filep Karma, a political prisoner in Abepura prison, in his book ‘As If we’re Half Animals: Indonesian Racism in the Land of Papua,’ launched today in Jayapura. It is 10 years to the day since Karma was jailed for a speech about the marginalisation of ethnic Melanesians in the Land of Papua on 1 December 2004.
- Published on Thursday, 11 December 2014 11:34
We are alarmed at the reported killing of five Papuan teenagers in the highlands region of Paniai in Indonesia yesterday. While the exact circumstances are unclear as there are conflicting accounts of the events leading up to the killings. reportedly, a group of young people gathered outside a police station in the town of Enarotali yesterday to protest against the beating of a local boy by security forces on Sunday night. The police then reportedly opened fire and five teenage boys were killed. A number of other people were injured.
- Not a mere case of bad apples: Acts of state terrorism
- Joint Statement: Human Rights Abuses in Papua and West Papua
- UN Committee's Concluding Observations on Economic Social and Cultural Rights in Papua
- New Ormas Law used to back police repression in Papua
- Indonesia Is at a Crossroads - Its Future as a Pluralistic Democracy Hangs in the Balance
- Demands of Human Rights Organisations for a New Government
- Freedom of expression and Assembly in West Papua, Indonesia
- Demonstration violently dissolved - protesters tortured in custody
- Is a UN resolution on Papua possible?
- Who stands for Papua?