File CCFPD Seminar - Round Table on East Timor: Intervention by the Catholic Institute for International Relations

Round Table on East Timor: Intervention by the Catholic Institute for International Relations

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B CAETAN-DOCS-CCFPD Seminar

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Round Table on East Timor: Intervention by the Catholic Institute for International Relations

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  • February 22 1999 (Creation)

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Textual record; 3 pp.

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(1986-2000)

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East Timor (Timor-Leste) was invaded in 1975 by Indonesia and occupied by the Indonesian armed forces until 1999, with widespread resulting human rights violations. The East Timor Alert Network (ETAN/Canada) was founded in 1986 to raise awareness about the situation of East Timor and to change Canadian government policy, which accepted Indonesian rule.

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The file contains information and proposals related to Canada's development strategies in Indonesia, stemming from a Round Table on East Timor held in Ottawa, February 22, 1999. The document was compiled by Milena Pires and Catherine Scott, Asia Policy Officers for the Catholic Institute for International Relations.

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  1. Piece-meal, a-political approach
  2. Lack of Coordination
  3. Gender-Blind

Proposals in relation to 1,2&3 above, for discussion

  1. Holistic Approach to Development & Peace Making
  2. a) A donor's forum b) Support for an East Timorese Development Department
  3. Gender-Sensitive Development Work, Peace-Making & Institution-Building

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  • English

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  • Latin

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Originals destroyed due to water damage.

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