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Letter CDPM - Director of an unidentified newspaper in Lisbon

Letter by CDPM addressed to the director of an unidentified newspaper, reporting some mistakes in the last edition concerning East Timor. The newspaper announced the “surrender” of FRETILIN, instead of what really happened, which was an agreement between both parties for a ceasefire and the establishment of negotiations between them.

Commission for the Rights of the Maubere People (CDPM)

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 4, April 1955

  • Address by heads of delegations:
    • Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodia
    • Sir John Jotelawala, Ceylon
    • Lt. Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt
    • Kojo Bostio, Gold Coast
    • Dr. mogammed Fadhil El-Jamali, Iraq
    • Ato Aklilou Habetwold, Ethiopia
    • Tatsunosuke Takasaki, Japan
  • First working decisions of the conference
  • Reception at Governor’s residence
  • Who’s who in the conference
  • Desks and facilities
  • World press opinion
  • America: “West will have friends at asia-parley” (by Chalmers M. Roberts)

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-06

Heading: No. 10, June 1955

  • Closing speech by president of conference
  • Closing speeches of heads of delegations
    • Sadar M. Naim, Afghanistan
    • U Nu, Burma
    • Chou En-lai, China
    • Gamal Adbel Nasser, Egypt
    • Jawaharlal Nehru, India
    • Sunario, Indonesia
    • Jalal Abdoh, Iran
    • Mohammad Fadhil Jamali, Iraq
    • Tatsunosuke Takasaki, Japan
    • Katay D. Sasorith, Laos
    • Sami Solh, Lebanon
    • Momolu Dukuly, Liberia
    • Mohammed Ali, Pakistan
    • Carlos P. Romulo, Phillipines
    • Sayed Ismail El Azhari, Sudan
    • Khaled El Azm, Syria
    • Fatin Rustu Zorlu, Turkey
    • Pham Van Dong, Democratic Republic of Viet-Nam
    • Nguyen Van Thoai, State of Viet-Nam
  • Joint statement by the premiers of Indonesia and China
  • The state visits of Egypt and the people’s republic of China
  • Treaty of friendship between Indonesia and Afghanistan
  • World press opinion

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 9, April 1955

  • Final communique of the African Asian conference
  • Closing speech by conference president
  • Conference in retrospect
  • The memorable last day of the conference
  • Bandung during the conference
  • World press

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 6, April 1955

  • Communiques
  • Some important section of addresses of Heads of delegations
    • Sardar Mohammad Naim, Afghanistan
    • Sayed Ismail El Azhari, Sudan
    • Prince Wan, Thailand
    • Fatin Rustu Zorlu, Turkey
    • Nguyen Van Thoai, State of Vietnam
  • Conference news traffic
  • Who’s who in the conference
  • The American press
  • A treaty for women guests

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

Africa Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 2, April 1955

  • Premier Nehru: “Asian African Conference essentially an experiment in co-existence”
  • The organs of the conference
  • Bandung is ready
  • Capitals, populations and area
  • Who’s who in the conference
  • World press opinion

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading No. 5, April 1955

  • The conference secretariat
  • Message from Sir John Kotelawala
  • Cables of greeting
  • Communique of economic comitee
  • Communique of cultural comitee
  • Address by heads of delegations
    • Sami Sohl, Lebanon
    • Momolu Dukuly, Liberia
    • Mahmoud Bey Muntasser, Libya
    • Mohammed Ali, Pakistan
    • Carols P. Romulo, Phillipines
    • Khaled El-Azem, Syria
  • Who’s who in the conference
  • Prince Wan Waithyakon Krommun Naradhip Bongsprabandh
  • World press opinion
    • “Billion and a half people will be present” (by Donald Grant)

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 3, April 1955

  • Speech of president Sukarno
  • Election of chairman
  • Address by president of conference
  • Watching the opening ceremony
  • World press opinion
  • Europe: “The Bandung Asian African Conference” (By Jules Sauerwein)

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

African Asian Conference Bulletin 1955-03

Heading: No. 1, March 1955

  • Asian-African Conference
  • Joint communique of the Bogor Conference (December 29, 1954)
  • Premier Ali Sastroamidjojo and the International new service
  • List of invites
  • The joint secretariat
  • Facilities for the press
  • World press opinion

Republic of Indonesia, Ministry Foreign Affairs

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.

TAPOL

TAPOL Bulletin 1973-08

  • 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 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
  • Description supplied by Victoria University catalogue.

TAPOL

1974

This document contains three separate documents.

  1. A Photograph entitled “Revolução dos cravos” with two soldiers featured.
  2. Newspaper article published in República entitled “As Forças Armadas tomaram o poder” (25/04/1974) | Portuguese
  3. A photograph of East Timorese citizens protesting for liberty and independence with two signs advocating for liberty

Timor Leste International Solidarity Exhibit

TAPOL Bulletin 1974-01

  • 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

  • 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 1974-10

  • 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.

TAPOL

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