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CALC Report Vol. VI, no. 2 (Special Issue): East Timor, An Act of Genocide

  • CALC report
  • Stuk
  • March 1980

Item is a special issue of the Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) Report (Vol. VI, no. 2) entitled "East Timor: An Act of Genocide", published in March 1980.


  • East Timor: four years of genocide (by the Asian Center Staff)
  • Words of resistance
  • U.S. Responsibility
  • Action Suggestions
  • Resources
  • Trouble in the Heartland (by Michael G. Matejka)
  • Nuclear Victims Go On U.S. Tour
  • News from Chapters & Friends: Southeast Region, New England Region, Upstate New York Region, Upper Midwest Region, Central Region, Midwest Region
  • Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World Sponsors Actions in D.C., April 25-28

Clergy And Laity Concerned

A Small Island's Big War: East Timor's Revolutionary War

  • small-island
  • Stuk
  • 1985

Book about the history of East Timor and Japan's involvement and responsibility in the matter.
Table of contents (see below for original Japanese):
• Japan’s Responsibility: Fretilin’s message to the United Nations
• Chapter 1: Do you know East Timor?
• Chapter 2: Details on the East Timor War
• Chapter 3: Fretilin and the people of East Timor
• Chapter 4: Indonesia and East Timor
• Chapter 5: Japan and East Timor
• Chapter 6: Each country’s response to the situation
• Chapter 7: The end— What we can do about it
Contains multiple graphs, the translated message of Fretilin to the United Nations, a letter from the Indonesian foreign minister Adam Malik to Jose Manuel Ramos Horta, and multiple pictures of the war.

Original Japanese:
• 日本の責任― フレテリンの国連へのメッセージ
• 第一章:東チモールを知っていますか
• 第二章:東チモール戦争の経緯
• 第三章:フレテリンと東チモールの人々
• 第四章:インドネシアと東チモール
• 第五章:日本と東チモール
• 第六章:各国の対応と運動の状況
• 第七章:おわりに― わたしたちにできること
• 本と資料の紹介

Free East Timor! Japan Coalition

Indonesia Reports July 1985

  • IDReports
  • Stuk
  • July 1985

Item is the July 1985 issue of Indonesia Reports.

  • Subversion Trials Sweep Java
  • Crackdown on Muslim Preachers During Ramadhan, Sjafruddin Prawiranegara Interrogated
  • Salemba Prison Escapees "Disukabumikan" (Shot Dead); Death Squads Wipe Out "Recidivists"
  • Tens of Thousands of Retired Soldiers to be Hired to Guard Prisons and Forests as Huge Fires Strike Sumatran Estates and Reafforested Areas
  • Edgy Indonesian Government Lashes Out at Amnesty International for Report on Timor; Australians in Radio Contact with Fretilin; European Parliament for Resolutions on Executions of Long-Term PKI Prisoners
  • Young Generation Officers Control Reorganized Army and Police Headquarters, Military Area Commanders Promoted
  • Social Organization Law; Irian Jays Refugees; Aceh; Transmigration
  • Economic Tensions with Japan, U.S., Australia; Capital Investment Coordinating Board Actions; U.S. Committee Formed in Kadin; IGGI Aid

Indonesia Publications

East Timor: A Call for Justice

  • pubs1
  • Stuk
  • 1985

East Timor: A Call for Justice was the major publication of the Indonesia East Timor program (IETP), published to mark ten years of Indonesian occupation in East Timor, in the summer of 1985. It was published as an insert to the Nuclear Free Press Newsletter and also as a stand-alone tabloid. Main authors: Julia Morrigan, Derek Rasmussen

Section headings:

  • Indonesia: a prize for the West
  • 1965 coup put military in power
  • Canada has extensive business and aid links
  • Case studies in corporate complicity
  • World ignores the bidden holocaust in East Timor
  • Using food as a weapon
  • Bishop demands justice for Timorese
  • West Papuans faced with cultural genocide
  • Transmigration: a policy of divide and conquer
  • How Dalhousie University is involved
  • Compassionate novelist jailed repeatedly
  • What you can do about Indonesian atrocities

Indonesia East Timor Program

Australian Coalition for East Timor (National) newsletter - May-June 1986

  • ACETnews05961986
  • Stuk
  • May-June 1986

Item is the May-June 1986 issue of the Australian Coalition for East Timor (National) newsletter.


  • Timor Update
  • ALP National Conference
  • Former Indonesian MP to visit Adelaide
  • Amnesty's 25th Anniversary
  • Radio Liberation 5MMM
  • Coming Events

Australian Coalition for East Timor

Financing Ecological Destruction, The World Bank and the IMF

  • CAPPP1987
  • Stuk
  • 1987

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Financing Ecological Destruction, The World Bank and the IMF, the article was published in 1987. Its first section, titled Five Fatal Projects, presents growing concerns over the ecological impact of World Bank projects and expresses support for World Bank solutions to these critiques. Its second section, “Indonesia: Transmigration”, describes a World Bank sponsored project that would move hundreds of thousands of families and destroy 3.3 million hectares of tropical rainforest. It argues that no further World Bank investments into the project should be approved before five conditions are met that promote ecological integrity and the rights of Indigenous peoples.

Pacific Peoples Partnership

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