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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. 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

  • UKTAPOL
  • Koleksi
  • 1973-2008

TAPOL

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

Timor Leste International Solidarity Exhibit

  • BU TLISE
  • Koleksi
  • 1974-2009

Documents dating back to 1974 about the International Solidarity Exhibit in Timor Leste.

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

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