Item 199709 - Deteriorating Human Rights in East Timor

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BU USTHP-KHN-PUBS-10-199709

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Deteriorating Human Rights in East Timor

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  • 1997 (Creation)

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Textual Record. 24 pp.

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(1975-2000)

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The Humanitarian Project was founded by Arnold Kohen, with support from figures such as Anderson, Bishop Paul Moore Jr of New York, and others.

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Indonesia / East Timor: Deteriorating Human Rights in East Timor
Presented by the Human Rights Watch / Asia (September 1997)

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  1. Summary and Recommendations (includes the recommendations)
  2. The Military Situation
  3. Marginalization
  4. The Attacks Around the Election
  5. Human Rights Violations by the Indonesian Armed Forces (Arbitrary Detention, Torture, The Death of David Alex)
  6. Opposition Abuses
  7. Conclusion
  8. Appendix: List of Detainees in Dili Police Station

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  • English

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  • Latin

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Originals found at Bishop's University.

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