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Kamis, 25 Agustus 2016

perempuan Pacific panggilan untuk penyelidikan hak-hak perempuan di Papua Barat

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perempuan Pacific menyerukan misi independen untuk menyelidiki kekerasan terhadap perempuan di wilayah Papua Indonesia.

Desakan Penyanyi Muncul Dari Jaringan Pasifik Perempuan Melawan Kekerasan Terhadap Perempuan Yang mewakili Pembuat kebijakan Dan pekerja Garis Depan Dari 13 gatra Pasifik.

Perwakilan Dari Perempuan Dari Papua Barat menghadiri Jaringan Pertemuan ke-7 di Fiji minggu Lalu Dan Mengangkat beberapa ISU Kritis Dan kesenjangan hearts Pemberian LAYANAN Bagi Korban mengejar ketertinggalan jender di Papua Barat.
Direktur Tonga Perempuan dan Anak Crisis Centre, Ofa Guttenbeil-Likiliki mengatakan jaringan berdiri dalam solidaritas dengan perempuan dari Papua Barat.

"Anggota jaringan di resolusi hasil menyerukan misi pencari fakta yang akan dilakukan di Papua Barat untuk melihat ke dalam status perempuan dan anak perempuan dan dampak dari ketegangan konflik dan politik perempuan dan anak perempuan sebagai hasilnya," kata Ofa Guttenbeil-Likiliki.

Sunber: Radio Nz

Minggu, 17 April 2016

Bishops' West Papua visit hailed by Catholic women

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A Catholic Womens group in West Papua has called for regional support for their people's plight, after a visit to the Indonesian territory by Catholic Bishops from other parts of Melanesia.

23 Bishops from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Fiji visited West Papua last week.
Among them were the Archbishop of Port Moresby, John Ribat, and the Archbishop of Honiara, Adrian Smith.
As they travelled to Jayapura from PNG for what has been described by the Catholic Womens group as a type of fact-finding mission, the bishops were closely accompanied by Indonesian military.
Although restricted in who they could talk with, the bishops had a meeting with the Bishop of Jayapura and met with some students.

Arrests as thousands demonstrate in West Papua

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Demonstration in support of the United Liberation Movement April for west Papua, Jayapura, 13 April, 2016
Papua, 44 West Papuans were arrested by Indonesian police during demonstrations across Papua region yesterday.
The demonstrations in the main cities of Papua and West Papua provinces were voicing support for the United Liberation Movement for West Papua and its bid for full membership in the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Thousands of West Papuans marched in the peaceful demonstrations in cities including Jayapura, Yakuhimo, Manokwari, Merauke and Sorong.
Selasa, 03 November 2015

Papua Governor Concerned: 10-20 Years Papua native of the Land's Missing

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Papua Governor Lukas Enembe /jubi
Jayapura, Jubi - The transmigration program to Papua discourse by the Minister of the village, of Rural Development and Transmigration, Marwan Jafar called carry the threat of depopulation of the native Papua
"We have rejected the central government's transmigration of this discourse. If you want transmigration, yes local transmigration alone. Instead of Java or other areas outside of Papua.Poor people move to Papua is the same as bringing the problem to the Land of Papua. Not only economic issues, employment and social issues, but I am concerned, transmigration will make Papua native could be lost from the land of Papua is within 10 to 20 years into the future, depopulation Papua native, "said Governor of Papua, Lukas Enembe to Jubi, at the residence of the governor, in Jayapura, Saturday (10/17/2015) night.
Senin, 31 Agustus 2015

New footage of West Papua massacre casts spotlight on military abuses

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 Published on Apr 8, 2015

UK) – New video footage showing the bloody aftermath of the ‘Paniai massacre’ in West Papua highlights the urgent need for Indonesia to hold an independent and transparent investigation into the tragedy, Minority Rights Group International (MRG) said on Thursday.

In December 2014 four unarmed Papuan teenagers were killed and 17 more Papuans were
injured when the Indonesian army and police opened fire on a group of peaceful protestors in Paniai. They had gathered to protest an earlier incident of violence by the Indonesian security forces.
Here Video

The four-minute video, shot by citizen journalists and released publicly for the first time today, includes first-hand testimony from survivors of the massacre as well as graphic footage taken in the immediate aftermath.

‘This film gives a disturbing insight into the Indonesian military’s casual disregard for the lives of Indigenous Papuans,’ said Esther Cann from TAPOL. ‘The protestors had gathered peacefully to challenge the beating of a young boy the previous day by Indonesian security forces and they were greeted with bullets.’

Both the national human rights commission and the Indonesian police have launched investigations into the incident, known as the ‘Paniai massacre’. However the police -- who initially blamed the shooting on armed ethnic Papuan rebels -- have been accused of stymying the investigation.

The massacre is one of the worst acts of state violence in Indonesia in years, casting doubt on President Joko Widodo’s commitment to human rights in the region. More than six months after President Widodo was sworn into office pledging to ‘give special attention to West  Papua,’ there has been little change on the ground.

Despite recent efforts by Jakarta to improve delivery of basic services like health and  education, the Indonesian government continues to crack down on peaceful protestors, silence critical civil society voices and shut out members of the international media. Reports of extrajudicial killings, torture, arbitrary arrests and detention of indigenous activists are common.

‘President Widodo has left a trail of broken promises on West Papua,’ said Claire Thomas, Deputy Director of MRG. ‘If he is serious about implementing political reform in Indonesia,
he needs to ensure that the military is open to public scrutiny and state actors perpetrating abuses against Papuans are held to account. The investigation into the Paniai massacre will be a crucial test of Widodo’s commitment to human rights in West Papua.’

Since the annexation of Papua to Indonesia in May 1963, the human rights of  indigenous Papuans has been under sustained attack. Widespread violations – including extra-judicial killings, torture, disappearances, and arbitrary arrests and detentions – have been consistently
perpetrated by Indonesian security forces. The resource-rich region has been systematically exploited by Indonesian and international business interests at the cost of climate change and the indigenous population.

Thousands of indigenous people have been evicted from their lands as a result of large-scale development projects implemented without obtaining their free, prior and informed consent.

Indonesia is currently serving its fourth consecutive term as a member of the UN’s Human Rights Council.

For more information, please contact:
Esther Cann, Coordinator at TAPOL
T: +44 7503 400308 (London, UK)

Senin, 22 Juni 2015

Mama Papua Presentasekan Kejahatan Kemanusiaan di Papua Barat di MSG

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Dalam KTT MSG di Honiara, Solomon Island pada hari Senin 22 Juni 2015. Eksekutif ULMWP sedang mempersentasikan penembakan kilat, penangkapan, penyiksaan dan pemmenjarahan yang di lakukan oleh TNI dan POLRI, saat KNPB mediasi rakyat West Papua mendukungan ULMWP untuk menjadi anggota Penuh  di MSG dalam beberapa bulan terakhir di seluruh Wilayah West Papua.

Presentasi ini di sampaikan oleh seorang perempuan Papua Barat (Leoni Tanggahma), mewakili Mama-mama Melanesia di West Papua yang penuh dengan haru dan air mata membuat para menteri - menteri negara - negara anggota MSG.
Anggota  hadir dalam KTT MSG sangat tergugah jiwa mereka sebagai orang Melanesia dan kesal dengan tindakan Militer Indonesia di West Papua.
Minggu, 21 Juni 2015

98 International Human Ringhts Organization Ask MSG Received Membership Of West Papua

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Jayapura,-- 98 international non-governmental organizations, academics, politicians and people from the Pacific appealed to the leaders of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG), in order to give full support to the application of West Papua that have been proposed to become a member of MSG.

Through a press release sent to the editor Jubi, Tuesday (15/10), a group of organizations from Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, India and the United States have highlighted the threat to the survival of indigenous peoples in West Papua Melanesia, whose population is declining drastic. Also the human rights violations that are taking place in West Papua, including the denial of the right to self-determination.



Free West Papua

HRW News

Voice of Baptist Papua

News #WestPapua

Twittet WP


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