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  • NZ students protest over Papua violence Read more >

    NZ students protest over Papua violence

    Dozens of students marched on the Indonesian Embassy in the New Zealand capital, Wellington, today to protest over continuing violence from the security forces in West Papua. The students, many of them from Melanesian countries, had walked from Victoria University and were joined by several MPs, including the Green Party’s Catherine Delahunty. She says it […]

  • Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 1 Read more >

    Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 1

    It’s the first time in 50 years, a New Zealand television crew has been allowed into the province.  Here is part one of their special report.  A warning some of the images in this report you may find disturbing. watch video report: https://www.maoritelevision.com/news/politics/native-affairs–inside-west-papua–part-1

  • Native Affairs –West Papua unveiled Read more >

    Native Affairs –West Papua unveiled

    This week our Prime Minister John Key will join Leaders from around the pacific, in Papua New Guinea for the 46th Pacific Island leader’s forum. Among the high level talks will be the human rights abuses in West Papua.  For decades the Indonesian province has been a no go zone with amid claims of genocide […]

  • Benny Wenda live on Galaxy Radio Read more >

    Benny Wenda live on Galaxy Radio

    West Papuan independence leader Benny Wenda is currently live on Radio in London where he will discuss the ongoing racism, genocide, and illegal occupation of West Papua as well as the Global Day of Action in for West Papua on Saturday Please do tune in and listen http://tunein.com/radio/galaxyafiwe-s178508/

  • Press freedom in Papua Read more >

    Press freedom in Papua

    International French Radio, RFI has released this 10 minute report on foreign journalists and media freedom in West Papua and how both are still effectively banned by the Indonesian government.   http://www.english.rfi.fr/asia…/20150705-press-freedom-papua Last year 2 French journalists were jailed by the Indonesian authorities just for reporting in West Papua. If Indonesia has nothing to hide in occupied […]

  • West Papua situation similar to East Timor prior to independence, activist says Read more >

    West Papua situation similar to East Timor prior to independence, activist says

    The situation in the Indonesian province of West Papua is similar to East Timor just before independence, a West Papuan activist has announced at a protest in Darwin. A group of about 60 people have erected a temporary hut embassy outside Parliament House, calling for West Papuan independence from Indonesia.   Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-06/papuan-rotesters-at-parliament-house-in-darwin/6597898

  • West Papua activists evicted from Northern Territory parliament grounds Read more >

    West Papua activists evicted from Northern Territory parliament grounds

    Free West Papua activists evicted After two days of demonstrating outside the parliament building in Northern Territory, Australia. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jul/08/west-papua-activists-evicted-from-northern-territory-parliament-grounds A group of West Papua activists has been evicted from the grounds of the Northern Territory Parliament House in Darwin after they erected a hut as an “embassy” and spent two days protesting against Indonesian human rights […]

  • West Papua, represented by the ULMWP must be at the MSG table Read more >

    West Papua, represented by the ULMWP must be at the MSG table

    The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) leaders must realise by now that the umbrella organisation, The United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) has the support of the West Papuan people in its bid for membership of the MSG. In the past month civil society groups in West Papuan have held rallies throughout West Papua in […]

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