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Protest Photos

This file consists of 11 photographs that are believed to be a national day of protest in Australia. José Ramos Horta is depicted in one photograph sitting in front of a banner that says Stop the War Next Door. The flags displayed are that of UDT and Fretilin, the two major Timorese political parties at the time.
Little information concerning the background of these photos. Crowd-sourcing the clarification of these photos will be needed if more information is required.

Friends of East Timor - Western Australia (FOET-WA) (Australia)

Report Zeca Araujo (Secretary of the provisional Government in Dili) 1976-01-16

Official title: Linhas de orientacao para os contactos com a delegacao da ONU
Contents: Guidelines for Dili’s provisory administrators regarding the United Nations' visit to the capital. The document contains explicit restrictions on certain behaviors and symbols, and also certain places (those that were still under military activities) where they could not take the UN to visit. It also established a pattern of conversation that party leaders (APODETI, UDT, KOTA and LABOR) should follow with the UN delegation, mostly incriminating FRETILIN as communists. Provides answers to the possible questions the UN may have asked about the provisory administration in general.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

Letter Bishop Dom Carlos Filipe Ximenes (Administrator Apostolic of Dili) - Secretary General of UN 1989-02-06

Letter sent by Bishop Dom Carlos Felipe to the Secretary General of the UN to emphasize that the process of decolonization of East Timor is not yet concluded and cannot be left in oblivion. It calls for UN support by promoting a referendum in the country and reflects on the human rights situation.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

Report Dunisa Rubini (Direitos Humanos e Amigos de Justica e Paz no Timor Leste) 1991-01-12

Official title: Relatorio – Timor Leste
Contents: Report by Dunisa Rubini about several injustices to which the Timorese people are subjected; presenting military, political, economic and cultural realities after his trip to the country.
Main topics: Indonesian unsuccessful offensive to capture Xanana Gusmao; the intensification of Indonesian strategies against the Timorese struggle; civil rights violations by the militaries in Timor; the guerilla movement to recruit more people; and personal realities of human rights violations.

Peace is Possible in Timor Leste Association (Portugal)

Boston Globe

Item consists of seven articles from the Boston Globe in 1985 and 1986 relating to East Timor.

  1. East Timor: hidden genocide
  2. Rough Road to Summit: Misfortune follows Reagan (2 pp.)
  3. Springtime rite
  4. Rights record a cloud on Reagan trip
  5. Indonesia expels 3 journalists
  6. In East Timor, human rights are trampled upon... but Reagan is remaining silent
  7. Indonesia's human rights record a cloud on Reagan's 'freedom' tour

East Timor Human Rights Committee

The Economist

Item consists of two articles from the Economist in 1985 and 1986 relating to East Timor.

  1. Indonesia: The 20-year itch
  2. Indonesia: The Tien Per Cent solution

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Press Packet 1

Item is a press packet compiled by the East Timor Human Rights Committee consisting of articles relating to East Timor from various press outlets in 1980 and 1981.

  1. International panel blames Indonesia for genocide, famine in East Timor (Boston Globe)
  2. East Timor: fresh focus on human rights (The Christian Science Monitor)
  3. The Pen and the Voice (Time)
  4. Tragedy of East Timor (The New York Times Magazine)
  5. Disclosures in Australia... and how Mr. Reagan can help (The Christian Science Monitor)
  6. Tiny Nation, Lost in a Grand Strategy (Washington Post)
  7. U.S. might have averted tragic Timor takeover (The Christian Science Monitor)
  8. Jakarta Ending Foreign Famine Aid to Annexed Land (New York Times)
  9. The Shaming of Indonesia (New York Times)
  10. East Timor: more food but repressive rule lingers (The Christian Science Monitor)
  11. Refugees Say Rebels in East Timor Are Still Fighting the Indonesians (New York Times)
  12. Tears for Timor (New York Times)
  13. Indonesia may be asked to allow Timor elections (Boston Globe)
  14. US role in plight of Timor: an issue that won't go away (The Christian Science Monitor)

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Press Packet 7

Item is a press packet compiled by the East Timor Human Rights Committee consisting of articles relating to East Timor from various press outlets in 1986.

  1. Honor Indonesia With Honesty (New York Times)
  2. Indonesia's human rights record a cloud on Reagan 'freedom' tour (Boston Globe; 2 pp.)
  3. Indonesia expels 3 journalists (Boston Globe)
  4. In East Timor, human rights are trampled on... but Reagan is remaining silent (Boston Globe)
  5. Reagan in Bali: focus on Vietnam (Christian Science Monitor; 2 pp.)
  6. ASEAN: Asia's counterbalance to Vietnam (Christian Science Monitor)
  7. The Indonesia Reagan won't recognize (Christian Science Monitor)

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Press Packet 10

Item is a press packet compiled by the East Timor Human Rights Committee consisting of articles relating to East Timor from various press outlets in 1986.

  1. Philippine Vice President Is Reassured by Reagan: Laurel: President 'Swept Away the Cobwebs' (Washington Post)
  2. The Timor tragedy (Boston Globe)
  3. President Begins Trip To Indonesia: In Guam Speech, He Says U.S. Must Be Willing to Defend Values 'Unflinchingly' (New York Times)
  4. Reagan, in a Phone Call, Rebuffs Marcos in His Claim to Presidency (New York Times)
  5. Eye on Indonesia (Miami Herald)
  6. Brutishness in Bali (Los Angeles Times)
  7. Problems face Reagan in Asia visit (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  8. Bali Dancing: First Lady Steps Out With Mrs. Suharto (Washington Post)
  9. The Visit to Bali (Washington Post)
  10. Indonesia vs. Press: Twain Can't Meet (New York Times)
  11. Indonesia Bars Two Journalists In Reagan Party (New York Times)
  12. Unwelcome Parallels in Indonesian Circles (Long Island Newspaper)
  13. Indonesians Oust 3 Journalists (Washington Post)
  14. Reaching a Low in Bali (Hartford Courant)
  15. ...but Reagan is remaining silent (Boston Globe)
  16. Chill Falls on Warming Relations Between Australia and Indonesia (New York Times)

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Press Packet 13

Item is a press packet compiled by the East Timor Human Rights Committee consisting of articles relating to East Timor from USA Today in 1986.

  1. [Untitled article by Johanna Neuman, discusses Reagan in Bali]
  2. Media flap follows Reagan to Bali
  3. Something Was Missing

East Timor Human Rights Committee

Ottawa demo 1995

Protesters arrive at Parliament buildings, Ottawa, 1995.

East Timor Alert Network

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