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The Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET) Report and Proceedings

  • CAAPCETReport1994
  • Item
  • 1994

This document is an excerpt from the Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET) Report and Proceedings. The conference was held from May 31 – June 5, 1994.

This document contains:

  • Petition for Certiorari to overturn the TRO, Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court, Manila
  • Copy of Court Summons to Answer TRO by Manuela F. Lorenzo, Clerk of Court, Republic of the Philippines Regional Trial Court, National Capital Judicial Region, Branch 216, Quezon City (May 26th, 1994)
  • Agreement Forged by APCET Counsels with the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation by Atty. Ronaldo P. Ledesma, Executive Chairman, Board of Special Inquiry (June 3rd, 1994)
  • Supreme Court Order Overturning TRO by Luzviminda D. Puno, Clerk of Court, Republic of the Philippines Supreme Court, Manila (May 31st, 1994)
  • Temporary restraining order (May 31st, 1994)

The Report and Proceedings of APCET was published by the University of the Philippines in Dilman, Quezon City, Philippines.

Initiatives for International Dialogue

Letter from C. Brown, Acting Director of the Asia Pacific South Relations Division of the Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade Canada

  • CAPPP1993
  • June 16th, 1993

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
It is a letter from C. Brown, Acting Director of the Asia Pacific South Relations Division of the Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. The letter was sent on June 16, 1993 to Mrs. Betty Brightwell of the Greater Victoria Raging Grannies. Brown explains that he is writing on behalf of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, the Honourable Barbara McDougall in response to Mrs. Brightwell’s May 4th, 1993 letter regarding the current situation in East Timor. Within his letter Brown explains Canada’s $30 million cut in aid, its position on Xanana Gusmão’s trial and the government’s efforts to limit arms’ sales to Indonesia.

Pacific Peoples Partnership

Non-Governmental Organizations’ collaboration with indigenous communities in Irian Jaya

  • CAPPP1988
  • Item
  • September 12th, 1988

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Non-Governmental Organizations’ collaboration with indigenous communities in Irian Jaya, to face the challenges of transmigration and other natural resources exploitation, it was written by Dr. George J. Aditjondro on September 12th, 1988 in Ithaca. It includes first, an “Introduction” (p.1) discussing the title of the work. Second, it provides “Outsiders’ views towards Irian Jaya” (p.4). Third, it discusses “The Indonesian NGOs’ response” (p.9) in which it presents elements of a counter-hegemony discourse designed to “demystify the dominant Indonesian hegemony.” Fourth, it asks in “Quo vadis?” (p.19) “Are the Irianese Indigenous peoples now better off?” because of the work done by NGOs in Irian Jaya. Finally, in the “Post-script,” (p.22) Dr. Aditjondro makes “personal remarks about the personal remarks (he has) often received about (his) own work or presence in Irian Jaya.”

Pacific Peoples Partnership

Indonesian monopolies in East Timor

  • CAPPP
  • Item

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Indonesian monopolies in East Timor, it was written by Dr. George Aditjondro and is the 24th occasional report of The Indonesia Human Rights Campaign. The resource presents the Batara Indro Group (BIG) companies; those referred to as East Timor’s major monopoly holders. These companies are presented along with information such as their specialty, brief history, managers, address and phone. The document also includes descriptions of BIG projects, branch offices in Java, and companies based in Jakarta related to BIG owners or directors. Finally, it provides information on other companies operating or based in East Timor and important addresses in phone numbers.

Pacific Peoples Partnership

The Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET) Report and Proceedings

  • CAAPCETReport1994
  • 1994

This document is an excerpt from the Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET) Report and Proceedings. The conference was held from May 31 – June 5, 1994.

This document contains:

  • East Timor: History, Testimonies and Perspectives

In his address, English filmmaker and journalist Max Stahl attempts to provide the perspective of a foreigner who had only recently become engaged in the struggle of East Timor. Stahl had recorded the November 12th, 1991 Dili massacre, exposing it to the world. He notes the lack of media interest in the East Timor situation for many years. He explains his disbelief when world powers supported the Indonesian government despite its repression of East Timor. He then details the preparations of the East Timorese resistance movement leading up to the eventually cancelled visit of the Portuguese delegation.
Stahl explains why Timorese resistors chose to march to the Santa Cruz cemetery and details a small altercation between demonstrators and the Indonesian military that would be used to justify a massacre. After describing this massacre, Stahl emphasises the plurality of massacres of the Timorese. He also presents an eyewitness account from a man beaten by Indonesian soldiers and brought along with other dead and wounded protestors to a mortuary. Stahl explains that many demonstrators who had survived the initial attack were killed there. Finally, he emphasises the lack of information the massacred victims’ families received and the justice the people of East Timor seek.
The Report and Proceedings of APCET was published by the University of the Philippines in Dilman, Quezon City, Philippines.

Initiatives for International Dialogue

Youth Action Forum - East Timor (Fall 1995)

  • YAFfall95
  • Item
  • Fall 1995

Item is a magazine produced by the Youth Action Forum and disseminated in the Fall of 1995. It focuses on the issues facing East Timor under Indonesian occupation at the time when it was written.

Youth Action Forum

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

  • ACETnews05961986
  • Item
  • May-June 1986

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

Contents

  • 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

Indonesia Reports July 1985

  • IDReports
  • Item
  • 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

ETAN protest, Pratt and Whitney, Toronto

  • CAETANpics06
  • Item
  • 1990s

East Timor Alert network protesters attempt to block access to a loading bay at the Pratt and Whitney factory in Toronto. Pratt and Whitney was one company issued with military export licences to Indonesia. The protest aimed to highlight Canada's role in arming Indonesia as part of ETAN's campaign for an arms embargo on Indonesia. Photographer at right is one of the reporters who covered this event. The protesters were removed and arrested by local police.

East Timor Alert Network

Speech by Geraldo Magno, FRETILIN, to the 6th NFIP Conference

  • CAPPP1990
  • Item
  • November 1-7, 1990

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Speech by Geraldo Magno, FRETILIN, to the 6th NFIP Conference, the conference took place from November 1-7, 1990 in Aotearoa. Geraldo Magno begins by acknowledging the conference’s occurrence on Maori land and emphasising East Timorese indigenous origins. He then describes East Timor’s political situation and discusses Indonesian policies of genocide in the country. Magno emphasises the consolidation of East Timorese identity since the Indonesian invasion and discusses his people’s armed struggle. He then presents victories of his movement and argues the signing of the Timor Gap agreement between Indonesia and Australia is a violation of East Timor’s right to self-determination. Finally, he calls for an end to nuclear testing in the Oceania region. At the end of the document is a draft resolution with nine points related to the content of the speech.

Pacific Peoples Partnership

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