Tapol bulletin no, 54, November 1982

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(1982) Tapol bulletin no, 54, November 1982. Tapol bulletin (54). pp. 1-24. ISSN 1356-1154


Contents: Compulsory log-felling in West Papua: Tripida officials directly involved, says Kompas -- Campaign against ex-tapols continues -- Asmati boy beaten to death -- Seth Rumkorem in Papua New Guinea -- Munir and Ruslan sentences still under review -- Lord Avebury condemns Indonesia at UN 4th Committee -- UK negotiating to sell Frigates to Indonesia -- Timor overshadows Suharto's visit to Washington -- Sunardi sentenced to 3 years 4 months -- What is happening at Borobudur -- East Timor refugee interviewed by Tapol -- Racist victimisation of Moluccans in Holland -- Embassy interference during Tapol visit backfires -- Tapol testimony to Australian senate -- Indonesia's new Defence law: legalising Dwi-Fungsi militarism to safeguard its survival -- Indonesian trade unions -- The international connection by Elizabeth Marlow

Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/26303
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1606 Political Science
Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Timor Leste
Keywords Indonesia, East Timor, West Papua, Merauke, Suharto, Irian Jaya, Legal Aid Insititute, LBH, Indonesian military annex of East Timor, arms sales, Fretilin, guerilla movement, OPM, Organisasi Papua Merdeka, Free Papua Movement, Asmat people, rain forest destruction, transmigration, Admiral Sudomo, Buddhist stupa, forced labour, early marriage, repression
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