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East Timor "Development" or Colonialism?

East Timor "Development" or Colonialism?
by Rui Augusto Gomes, Researcher at The Centro Leonardo Coimbra and Núcleo de Estudos Sobre Timor e Ásia Pacifico Faculdade de Letras, University of Oporto

Includes:

  • Introduction
  • The Representation of Economic "Development"
  • Pembangunan: A groundless Monument
  • The Other Face of Pembangunan
  • Pembangunan: Some Areas of Fiction
  • Conclusion: Pembangunan and the Emergence of Timorese Nationalism

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East Timor Human Rights Concerns

International organizations department East Timor Division of Human Rights and Education

East Timor Human Rights Concerns

Working Paper submitted to the United Nations Economic and Social Council
Commission on Human Rights
1 February - 12 March 1993

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East Timor: Truth, justice, and redress

Amnesty International:
East Timor: Truth, justice and redress (Nov. 1997)

Includes:

  • Introduction
  • Investigations, prosecutions and compensation
  • The Santa Cruz killings
    • Francisco da Silva
    • Egilio
    • Fernando

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East Timor, Land of Hope

East Timor, Land of Hope written by the Oporto University. It was presented at the second seminar on East Timor at the University. It includes a range of articles and the history of East Timor.

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Ecumenical Worship Service

On the occasion of the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony 1996:
Ecumenical Worship Service
Oslo Cathedral

Arranged by The Catholic Church of Norway, The Cathedral of Oslo and The Church of Norway Council on International and Ecumenical Relations

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Focus on East Timor

Programme:
Peace Prize Symposium: Focus on East Timor

Includes a brief profile of the speakers of the Peace Prize Symposium : Dr. George Aditjondro, Dr. James J. Fox, Vice-Rector Armindo Maia, Mr. Max Stahl & Dr. John Taylor

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Handwritten Correspondence

Three handwritten correspondence:

  • The first being journaling and scheduling the day to day (6 pp.)
  • The second is points to discuss in an interview (August 1981) (16 pp.)
  • The third is a proposal and funds (October 1981) (22 pp.)

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Holocaust on the Sly

Holocaust on the Sly: East Timor. Presented at the International Congress East Timor in Amsterdam (1980)

Contents:

  • History
  • Brief Chronological History
  • Programme of the revolutionary front of East Timor
  • The United Nations and East Timor
  • East Timor: how many people have died?
  • Timorese family reunions - politics before people
  • Children without parents
  • Timorese refugees in Portugal - a Community in Mourning
  • Timorese refugees' plea to be admitted to Australia
  • East Timor Independence: a matter of principle for the Indonesian opposition

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I am Timorese

I am Timorese is a book published on behalf of the European Christian Consultation on East Timor. I am Timorese gives the people of East Timor an opportunity to tell their stories to the outside world.

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Indonesian intervention in East Timor

Indonesian Intervention in East Timor: a Chronology was published by the East Timor Information and Research Project. It details the chronology of invasion of East Timor and some background information on East Timor from before the invasion.

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Indonesian Intervention in East Timor

Indonesian Intervention in East Timor: a Chronology was published by the East Timor Information and Research Project. It details the chronology of invasion of East Timor and some background information on East Timor from before the invasion. It's an updated version from the previous one published in 1976.

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Inquiry Magazine

Inquiry Magazine published "Slaughter in East Timor". It contains the article "East Timor: the press cover-up" by Noam Chomsky. It's contents are the invasion, American aid, the atrocities, the cover-up, refugees and human rights.

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International Bulletin

International Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 5 (March 1978) "Roots of the Conflict in the Horn"

Contents:

  • Battle over Western Economic Strategy - Now it's the COnvoy Strategy
  • Indonesia's troubles in Timor

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International Bulletin

International Bulletin published an article called "Congress hears report of 100, 000 killed in E. Timor" in their March 1977 issue.

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Loose newspaper clippings

This item includes newspaper clippings from various Australian and US newspapers about East Timor in 1982.

It includes a list within the item that has every article title on it.

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Messaggero di sant'Antonio

La città del Santo incontra monsignor Carlos Belo Premio Nobel Per la Pace (The City of the Saint meets Monsignor Carlos Belo, Nobel Peace Prize)

[In Portuguese]

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News Articles

This item contains various newspaper articles that were published in 1979.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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News Articles

This item contains:

  • Refugees from East Timor report famine situation (29.01.1980) The New York Times
  • Is Timor aid being stolen? (15.01.1980) The Christian Science Monitor
  • No bleep on the moral radar (02.02.1980) The Washington Post
  • Cambodia and Timor (06.02.1980) Wall Street journal Editorial
  • US role in plight of Timor: an issue that won’t go away (06.04.1980) The Christian Science Monitor
  • Oxfam offers helping hand in 80 countries (01.04.1980) The Christian Science Monitor
  • Reorganized rebels fight back in E. Timor (08.04.1980) London-Manchester Guardian
  • Liberation movements: East Timor (15.10.1980) Guardian
  • U.S. activists try to break silence on East Timor (5-11.11.1980) In These Times
  • The Shaming of Indonesia (08.12.1980) The New York Times
  • US might have averted tragic Timor takeover (17.12.1980) The Christian Science Monitor
  • Mozambique’s Marxism - with a grain of salt (14.07.1980) U.S. News & World Report | 2 pp.
  • Indonesian troops ‘taking supplies for the starving’ (20.01.1980) The Observer | 2 pp.

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News Articles 2

This item contains various newspaper articles published in 1979.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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