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East Timor United Nations Resolutions 1975-1982

  • UKTAPOL-PUBS-1991
  • Item
  • 1991
  • Part of TAPOL

Item is a publication produced by the Indonesia Human Rights Campaign in 1991.

  • Occasional Reports no. 14: East Timor United Nations Resolutions 1975-1982

TAPOL

TAPOL

  • UKTAPOL
  • Collection
  • 1973-2008

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1973-08

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197308
  • Item
  • August 1973
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 1, August 1973
  • Contents: General Sumitro: "Judicially we're weak, from a humanitarian point of view, we're even weaker ..." -- In the House of Commons: Thirty nine MPs express deep concern over Indonesia's political prisoners -- in the House of Lords: Lord Avebury questions defence secretary on Indonesia -- The number game continues -- British aid to Indonesia further increased -- Tapol campaign gathers support -- Vigil planned for Indonesia's Independence Day -- Special campaign for imprisoned Indonesian film director
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1973-11

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197311
  • Item
  • November 1973
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 2, November 1973
  • Contents: Question in the House of Commons -- Vigil outside the Indonesian Embassy -- MPs visit Indonesian Embassy in London -- Two more signatories to early day motion on Indonesian political prisoners -- Indonesia now on Human Rights blacklist -- Selected works of imprisoned poet published -- Ambassador 'briefs' Indonesian students in the Netherlands -- The numbers game continues -- Conditions on Buru -- Arrests in Bandung -- Malnutrition in Ambarawa Prison -- Arrests in Jakarta on Independence Day -- Prison labour for tourist project -- The fate of an ex-detainee -- Tapol question causes embarrassment for Indonesian observer -- Trials take their steady toll, eight years after the event -- Tapols' attitudes must change, says General -- Amnesty Groups petition visiting General - The tapols, case notes: Rivai Apin, poet ; Mrs Njono, housewife ; Martojo, computer engineer
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-01

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197401
  • Item
  • January 1974
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 3, January 1974
  • Contents: Tapol strongly disapproves of Queen's visit to Indonesia -- Campaign activities during December IGGI meeting -- Campaign for the release of imprisoned MPs, Australian MPs, TU and Church Leaders' statement -- Demonstrations and arrests during PM Tanaka's visit -- Tapols dying of starvation in Indonesia -- KOPKAMTIB is unconstitutional says Indonesian Lawyer -- A glimpse of conditions on Buru -- President Suharto's letter to Pramudya Ananta Tur -- Purge of all category C government employees -- Lawyers, students and professors arrested in new wave of repression -- Accused exposes torture in military detention centrre -- Amnesty International Report on torture in Indonesia -- The tapols, case notes: Mrs Siti Mudigdio, MP ; Njoman S. Pendit, writer and translator
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-04

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197404
  • Item
  • April 1974
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 4, April 1974
  • Contents: Tapol at the theatre -- A daughter appeals for her tapol father -- Britain's aid to Indonesia -- The Queen's visit to Indonesia -- Australian campaign launched -- Australian Trade Unionists call for firm stand on tapols -- The aftermath of the anti-Tanaka riots -- Members of Parliament detained -- Lawyers detained -- President Suharto and the Role of the Press -- Yap Thiam Hien, lawyer -- Hariman Siregar, student leader -- Letter from a tapol's son -- Ex-detainees forced to work for Army -- Religious indoctrination for tapols - Even this is too risky -- Parties in the pay of the government -- Soviet dissident pleads for amnesty for Indonesian tapols
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-06

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197406
  • Item
  • June 1974
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 5, June 1974
  • Contents: Massive transfers of political prisoners -- British labour government strengthens ties with Suharto Regime -- Ex-tapol tours Australia and New Zealand -- Indonesia named as human rights violator in US congress report -- Australia trains Indonesian Army Intelligence officers -- New Indonesian Ambassador to Holland was 'brains behind the torture' -- West Berlin in teach-in on tapols -- IGGI countries to further increase aid to Indonesia -- Security troops hold 'readiness' exercises -- January demonstrators under arrest face subversion charges -- Military control of the press tightens -- Severe restarints imposed on student activity -- More Pro-PKI remnants unearthed -- Compulsory land redistribution leads to threats and arrests
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-08

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197408
  • Item
  • August 1974
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 6, August 1974
  • Contents: January incident trials begin -- More on tapol forced labour -- Indonesian intelligence officers training in Australia -- And in Britain ... -- An eyewitness account - Sunday Observer - Australia, 16/6/74 -- Buru island permanently closed to foreigners -- Imprisoned painter's work made into postcard -- US Senator: US 'underwrites repression & militarism in Indonesia' -- Another death sentence -- 'October week' in Britain -- Protest against British destroyer visit to Jakarta
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-10

  • UKTAPOL-NEWS-197410
  • Item
  • October 1974
  • Part of TAPOL

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 7, October 1974
  • Contents: Tapol and the Indonesian Defence Dept. -- Hariman Siregar trial drags on -- U.K. vessels for Indonesia -- Indonesian ambassador 'not happy' about the tapols -- Australia and Indonesia -- Australian Professor concerned about intensified repression in Indonesia -- Danny Boy -- 'Laboratorium' for tapols in West Kalimantan -- Remission of sentences --- but not political prisoners -- Ex-tapols being re-arrested -- KOPKAMTIB chief inspects Buru -- Political prisoner on trial in Aceh -- October week in Britain -- Purge of civil servants continues
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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