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Dedication

This articles contained within this document are dedicated to Senhor Jose Blanco, Administrator, Fundacao Caloustegul Benkien, and the people of Portugal.

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Decolonization - Issue on East Timor

This a publication of the United Nations Department of Political Affairs, Trusteeship and Decolonization. It was published in August 1976 with a focus on the Issue of East Timor.

It is broken down in two parts:

  • Part one: The Political Evolution of Portuguese Timor
  • Part Two: The Question of Portuguese Timor in the International Arena

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Decolonization

Decolonization: a publication of the United Nations Department of Political Affairs, Trusteeship and Decolonization
No. 19, December 1983

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Death in East Timor

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Death in East Timor, the document is part of Third World Network Features and was received February 10th, 1992. It is an account of the experience of a mother, Helen Todd: a Malaysian freelance journalist whose son was killed by the November 12th, 1991 Santa Cruz massacre in East Timor. Her son, Kamal Bamadhaj, was the only foreigner killed during the shooting. Helen Todd emphasises her difficulty in discovering the reason for the fate of her son and expresses her belief that it demonstrates the misinformation and mendacity of Indonesia’s government. She also discusses Kamal’s observations of the Indonesian regime’s tactics to hide realities when discussing East Timor with foreigners. Next, she provides eye witness accounts of the shooting of the procession to the Dili cemetery. Finally, she presents Kamal’s observations of the attitudes of the Timorese, especially Timorese youth, before the march.

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Daniel Southerland

One box made up of 1975-1984 materials relating to Timor-Leste from Daniel Southerland, former diplomatic correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and one of the most respected foreign affairs journalists of his generation. Box is in the process of being described at Bishop’s University.

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Correspondence

The file contains primarily correspondence to and from Michael Chamberlain or the East Timor Human Rights Committee (ETHRC) regarding their initiatives.

  1. Letter to ETHRC from Mark D. Frank (06.18.1983) | 1 p.
  2. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Finngeir Hiorth (07.25.1983) | 1 p.
  3. Letter to [?] from Torben Retbell (08.01.1983) | 1 p.
  4. Letter to Arbilio Araujo from Michael Chamberlain (08.06.1983) | 1 p.
  5. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from [?] (08.11.1983) | 1 p.
  6. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Harry A. Ginyard (09.12.1983) | 1 p.
  7. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Harry A. Ginyard (10.11.1983) | 1 p.
  8. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Harry A. Ginyard (10.11.1983) | 1 p.
  9. Letter to Arnold Kohen from Harry A. Ginyard (10.16.1983) | 1 p.
  10. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Harry A. Ginyard (10.30.1983) | 1 p.
  11. Letter to Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo from John Cardinal O'Connor (06.19.1985) | 2 pp.
  12. Programme for East Timor Action Committee Conference: "Self-Determination Denied: The Suffering of East Timor," November 19, 1983 | 1 p.
  13. Programme for Conference on Indonesia held by the Asia Society at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Jakarta), October 6-8, 1983 | 5 pp.
  14. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Joe Moore (11.14.1983) | 1 p.
  15. Letter to ETHRC from Robert K. Pelant (11.22.1983) | 1 p.
  16. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from Pierre Aubin (12.09.1983)
  17. Memo to all East Timor Solidarity Groups from FRETILIN (05.06.1986) | 1 p.
  18. Letter to Arnold Kohen from Rev. J. Christopher Maloney (06.02.1986) | 1 p.
  19. Letter to Michael Chamberlain from [?] (07.05.1983) | 2 pp.
  20. Advertisement for "West Papua: The Obliteration of a People" published by TAPOL | 2 pp.

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Continuing Human Rights Violations in East Timor

East Timor Human Rights Centre: "Continuing Human Rights Violations in East Timor"
Annual Report of Human Rights Violations in East Timor 1996

It includes:
A. Introduction

  • Responses from Indonesia and the international community
  • Scope of Annual Report

B. Patterns of Human Rights Violations

  1. Impact of Guerrilla Warfare on Civilian Population
    • Suspected extra-judicial executions and repercussions
    • Other suspected extra-judicial executions
    • Arbitrary arrests following killings
    • Intensive military operations
    • Other Arrests, torture and rape
    • Acts of Intimidation and terror
    • Militarisation of East Timorese Youth
  2. Nationalism and Urban Resistance
    • Arrests following Gleno Fires
    • Becora prison riot
    • Demonstrations
    • Baucau riots
    • Demonstrations in Dili, November and December
    • Demonstrations in Suai, November

C. East Timorese Flee

  • Boat People
  • Jakarta Asylum Seekers

D. Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Recommendations to the Indonesian Government
  • Recommendations to the UN Commission on Human Rights

E. Appendices

  • APPENDIX A: Suspected extra-judicial executions, 1996
  • APPENDIX B: Arbitrary arrests, "disappearances" and torture, 1996
  • APPENDIX C: People convicted for alleged involvement in Baucau riots, June 1996

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Constancio Pinto

Contains:

  • East Timor: The Struggle for Self-Determination by Constancio Pinto

East Timor Alert Network

Constancio Pinto

Contains:

  • East Timor: The Struggle for Self-Determination by Constancio Pinto

East Timor Alert Network

Congressional Record

Congressional Record : December 15th, 1997

"East Timor- Need for a Political Solution"
By Honorable Tony P. Hall

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