Three subcollections composed of materials collected by Arnold Kohen, Martin Rendon, and Daniel Southerland, relating to the advocacy work of the Humanitarian Project regarding violent Indonesian occupation of Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor).
This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP). It was published by East Timor Action Network / U.S. Titled, The “New World Order” Includes Genocide, the document discusses Indonesia’s use of U.S. military and development aid to perpetrate its occupation and control of East Timor. The document argues killings in Indonesian-controlled East Timor are common and details the amount of aid the US provides to the Suharto regime. It asks supports to write to their Congresspeople to urge them to suspend all aid and weapons sales to Indonesia. Finally, it makes four suggestions as to “What you can do to stop genocide in East Timor” and provides the Dec. 6th, 1991 New York Times Op-ed page titled “Realism and Evil” by Anthony Lewis. The op-ed discusses East Timor and U.S. reactions to its fate.
A forward by Francis Sejersted, Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee
The Nobel Peace Prize Laureates 1996 : Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo & Jose Ramos-Horta
The History of the Nobel Peace Prize
The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 1996 presents: Sølvguttene, Annbjorg Lien, Sondre Bratland, Ang/lique Kidjo, Mari Boine, Morten Harket, Tat-Mai-Lau, Joan Osborne, The Bulgarian Voices - Angelité, Jan Garbarek, Simão Barreto, Solveig Kringlebotn
The East Timorese refugees writing this letter convey the following concerns to John Major: they ask why the situation in East Timor was not brought up during the Lisbon Summit; the writers ask that John Major ensures that Indonesia will not receive economic assistance from Britain until human rights violations in East Timor end; they urge that the British government does not agree to sell forty Hawk fighter-trainers to Indonesia; the writers call for the British Prime Minister to use his authority to aid those who have been imprisoned in the Santa Cruz Massacre.
Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)