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TAPOL Bulletin 1973-11

  • 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.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1974-06

  • 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
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TAPOL Bulletin 1975-03

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 9, March 1975
  • Contents: Women on trial -- A question of numbers -- Political trials - the 1965 cases: Two more death sentences -- Political trials - the 1974 cases: Lecture notes and speeches the basis for subversion charges -- Mochatar Lubis arrested -- Eighty naval officers arrested -- Spotlight on women -- Indonesia: the prison state -- MPs urge HMG to press Indonesian government -- Indonesian diplomat refuses to talk -- Tapol - a new internationalism? -- -- National Peace Council visits foreign office -- Portuguese Timor: Indonesian military preparing for military invasion? -- New restrictions imposed on political parties -- Oedipus banned -- Age and non-involvement certificates -- Nusakembangan prison Island and the cement factory
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TAPOL Bulletin 1976-02

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 14, February 1976
  • Contents: Tapol goes to U.S. Congress -- E. Timor ... and Pertamina -- Some signs of progress? -- Congressional hearing on Indonesia -- Rep. Bonker opposes Ford's visit -- U.K. aid to Indonesia: former minister speaks out -- Trials: two death and two life sentences -- Papuans shot trying to cross frontier -- Suharto ready for the 'final solution' -- Admiral Sudomo on releases -- Comments on the Sudomo statement -- Second Buru camp -- "They're not tapols" -- 500 new tapols a year -- New York Times gets news from ex-tapols -- The Pertamina disaster -- Abolished? yes ... and no! -- The British Campaign for an independent East Timor reports: Indonesian invasion resisted -- Book Reviews: Black Armada by Rupert Lockwood ; The Papuans of Irian Jaya by Justus M. van der Kroef
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1977-08

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 23, August 1977
  • Contents: New tasks for 13th year -- Psycho-tests for Category B tapols -- Sawito to be tried -- ILO: Indonesia violates forced labour convention -- Punished for religious convictions -- Tapols face threat of execution -- Congressional hearings continue -- A year's sentence for criticising the government -- World Bank to aid Indonesia.
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TAPOL Bulletin 1977-10

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 24, October 1977
  • Contents: Killings and arrests in Irian Java -- Forced labour in East Kalimantan -- UN to discuss Indonesia -- Indonesia's release plan: a policy of deceit -- Those let out of prison -- Transmigration and re-settlement -- Release on Buru -- Other labour camps -- Impact of Human Rights Campaign -- East Timor update: Indonesian offensive launched -- The numbers game -- Fretilin President under arrest -- Students worried about arrests
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TAPOL Bulletin 1978-04

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 27, April 1978
  • Contents: No warplanes for Indonesia -- Repression of student dissent -- More of the numbers game -- Major incidents of student protest -- Political prisoner release in Indonesia -- Congressional hearings -- Trials! Trials! Trials! -- Letter from Buru
    Special Supplement contents: To the 1978 Annual Delegate Meeting of the NUJ -- "The freest Press in Southeast Asia" -- Foreign journalists killed in Timor -- Black paint experts -- Journalists in prison.
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TAPOL Bulletin 1978-06

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 28, June 1978
  • Contents: Bartering human rights -- Yap on the Rule of Law -- More on the 1977 releases -- Psychotests: foreign scientists involved -- A story of ex-tapols from Buru -- 1978 crackdown ... -- Letter from Jogjakarta -- Rendra arrested -- International campaign for Rendra's release -- British MPs reject warplanes deal -- International Red Cross resumes Tapol visits -- IGGI meeting approves more credits -- Warplanes through the looking glass -- Letter from a released tapol -- Trials -- Letter from East Timor
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TAPOL Bulletin 1978-12

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 25, December 1977
  • Contents: A tropical Siberia -- Amnesty report on Indonesia -- Sudomo on releases -- Foreign newsman visits prisons -- The Sawito trial -- Catholic Church takes a stand -- Thousands of students demonstrate -- Censorship: film banned, pamphlet banned -- Underground groups discovered -- East Timor and Irian Jaya: detention and atrocities
    Supplement: "Buru" issued by: Tapol: British Campaign for the Release of Indonesian Political Prisoners
    The Devilish Island -- Indonesia: Prison algebra -- Buru, the island of brutality -- Indonesia: a look at the political exile island of Buru -- Prisoners make notorious island reasonably prosperous -- The Far Eastern Economic Review: "The struggle for survival on Buru" by David Jenkins
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TAPOL Bulletin 1979-06

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 34, June 1979
  • Contents: Thousands of 'B' Tapols will remain after 1979 -- Buru and Savana Jaya -- At least 1000 Tapols in Kalimantan camps -- Indictment of Doddy Chusniati Suriadiredja -- The student of trial -- Defence protests to Supreme Court -- The fate of a Tapol after "release" -- Students defy 'normalisation' -- State Department challenged -- Psycho-deception: enquiry ends in cover-up -- Tapol trials research: preliminary findings -- Moslem detainees released -- Iggi Aid: behind the mask of development -- East Timor -- Hostile reception for Suharto in PNG.
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TAPOL Bulletin 1979-08

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 35, August 1979
  • Contents: "Unpublicised releases" balance the numbers -- Letter to Tempo: "Where can I find justice?" -- Indonesia again challenged at ILO -- A plea from Savana Jaya -- Defence plea banned -- Strike movement spreads -- Ex-tapols beware! -- Reactions to the strikes -- Colonel Latief's defence -- UN Commission on Human Rights -- Weekly banned -- Heavy hand at Mulawarman University -- Prisoners in Maluku -- Komando Jihad is no more -- Defendant: Dutch State -- Alarico Fernandes - murdered? -- East Timor aid diverted to traders -- PKI blamed for peasant protest -- "Relative self-sufficiency" - and absolute hunger -- International Red Cross urged to increase visits -- Sudomo's good name besmirched
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1980-09/11

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 41/42, September/November 1980
  • Contents: No freedom yet for released prisoners by an Ex-Tapol -- Ex-Tapols threatened with "further restrictions" -- Tapol and the man from Hong Kong -- The "trial" of D.N. Aidit -- Trubus, where are you? -- Pramoedya's first Buru novel is published -- Censorship of foreign media intensified -- Six Jenggawah peasant defendants found guilty -- "Petition-of-50" signatories lose university jobs -- DGI calls for amnesty
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1982-01

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 49, January 1982
  • Contents: East Timor situation tragic -- Former governor of West Irian interviewed II -- A "kind of virus" in the community -- Book Review: Trying not to Surrender by Yudhistira ANM Massardi -- Bechtel workers beaten up by troops -- Portrait of a president -- Spotlight on a prisoner -- Hundreds of Muslims being held -- Joesoef Ishak Incommunicado -- Indonesia's economy 1982: boom or bust? -- Book Review: Amnesty's 1981 Report: Indonesia, East Timor, West Papua -- The CIA in Indonesia: business as normal
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1982-03

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 50, March 1982
  • Contents: Death sentences: final appeals fail -- Buyung Nasution interviewed by Tapol -- Military Karyawan in Indonesia's top central bureaucracy -- Seven Jenggawah peasants in detention -- Did Suharto mastermind the 1965 "coup attempt"? -- Carrington's visit: a boost for business -- Workers under attack -- Achehnese prisoners tortured -- Whitlam attacks Bishop of Dili -- The general election: chosen before being elected -- A profile of Ali Murtopo (1924-) -- Protection against crime or protection racket?
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TAPOL Bulletin 1983-03

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 56, March 1983
  • Contents: Stop the execution of Timzar Zubil! -- The Army steam-rollers the MPR -- Militarisation digs deeper as general becomes vice-president -- "it's not a Parliament, just a government department" -- Parties must give up politics -- Muslim 'subversion' trial opens just before MPR begins -- New information confirms that resistance and opposition continue despite repression -- UN Human Rights Commission supports self-determination -- Indonesian students in Europe could lose passports -- "Indonesia has many friends in world marketplace" - World Bank president -- Militarisation and equipping ABRI
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1984-07

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 64, July 1984
  • Contents: New Societies Law threatens future of many NGOs -- The killing of Arnold Ap and Eddy Mofu -- Many border villages deserted -- Seth Rumkorem speaks at the UN -- Two more violations of PNG border -- Self-determination for East Timor dropped from ALP programme -- East Timor injustice -- The killing that became an embarrassment -- Fugitive from the death-squads -- Residents near Halim airport driven from their land -- Compulsion being used in Indonesia's family planning programme -- Black cargo of the military regime -- IGGI allots $2.46 billion to Indonesia -- Mrs Thatcher to visit Indonesia in September
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TAPOL Bulletin 1985-01

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 67, January 1985
  • Contents: The war is far from over, says Murdani -- Indonesia and Portugal secret talks -- Australian ICJ mission warns against involuntary repatriation -- Refugees repatriated in secret -- Britain's arms exports to Indonesia escalate -- Rapiers on the move -- Combat-tested warships for Indonesian navy -- The Tanjung Priok massacre -- A mother's letter -- Many Muslims charged with subversion -- Five foreign journalists expelled -- Ali Sadikin challenges Murdani to a debate -- Indonesia's upside-down land reform -- Armed intimidation used against peasants -- Book review: Child of all nations by Pramoedya Ananta Toer -- Borobudur monument and Solo Kraton attacked
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TAPOL Bulletin 1985-05

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 69, May 1985
  • Contents: Trade Union leader executed in secret -- Long term prisoners' lives in danger -- Investigation of a massacre -- The Tanjung Priok massacre -- The trial -- The evidence of the defendants -- The end of the trial -- A political frame-up -- Statement by the head of the Catholic Church of East Timor -- Indonesia cries 'forgery' -- The 3 November incident in Vanimo -- Renewed pressure on refugees to repatriate -- ABRI and Islam: a historical conflict -- ABRI unearths a 'Shiite movement -- The reorganisation of the Indonesian armed forces -- Thatcher pledges more support for Indonesia -- Pancasila democracy in action -- Book review : Davide Jenkins: Suharto and his Generals, Indonesian Military Politics 1975-1983 -- Publishers warned against LEKRA writers
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

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TAPOL Bulletin 1985-07

  • Title: TAPOL Bulletin no. 70, July 1985
  • Contents: 1.7 million ex-tapols are being re-registered -- The execution of Munir unleashes worldwide protest -- Gatot Lestario and the Blitar affair -- Military regime infuriated by European Parliament -- First public statement of Defence of Democracy Groups -- Tanjung Priok trials continue -- Long-term Muslim tapols on trial -- Careless words can land you in jail -- Nationwide social engineering through the family planning programme -- Radio contact with Fretilin re-established -- Declaration on behalf of East Timor -- Asian churches' calm shattered by East Timor -- Indonesia's concentration camps -- More refugees arrive in PNG -- UK agrees on transfer of technology to Indonesia -- Societies bill becomes law -- The reorganisation of the Indonesian armed forces Part II -- Fire destroys Radio Republik Indonesia.
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