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2018 - A Year for Human Rights Defenders
— July 16, 2018
2018 marks the 20-year anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights Defenders and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Povu nia lian iha Eleisaun Parlamentar 2012 – Voice of the People at the Parliamentary Election
— July 22, 2012
Media Fataca’a menghadiri pemilu parlamen, pada tanggal 07-juli-2012 di Lospalos-Lautem, Timor Leste untuk dapatkan tanggapan masyarakat terhadap proses pemilu serta harapan dan pesan mereka kepada pemimpin yang nantinya akan menjalankan pemerintahan. (Fataca’a Media went to the parliamentary election on the 7th of July 2012 in Lospalos, Lautem district, East Timor to find out the opinions of the community about the election process as well as their hopes and messages to the leaders who will form government.)
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Indonesia Pressured Us: PEPERA 1969 Testimony
Papuan Voices [Merauke]
— November 28, 2011
Witnesses talk about what really happened during West Papua's (supposed) Act of Free Choice (or in Indonesian Penentuan Pendapat Rakyat, PEPERA), in July 1969. The testimonies reject the Indonesian government's claim that the people of Papua willingly voted to be integrated with Indonesia. They say people were intimidated, tricked and even killed during the process. Mama Rosa Tambaib was the woman who read out the PEPERA statement of integration, and Elias Yos Moiwend helped the Indonesian Armed Forces to socialise PEPERA to villagers.
— May 24, 2009
This film shows the extremely brutal history the native population of West Papua have endured for many decades under the oppressive Indonesian Military. And shows how to this day, the West Papuans continue their struggle for independence from Indonesia, including historical footage of events showing the UN "shame" vote - Act of 'NO' Choice which lead to their colonisation and the continuing plunder, of the West Papuan's natural resources. Filmed undercover in West Papua in 1999 - 2001 and combined with historical footage obtained from various sources. A film made by fPcN interCultural: www.fPcN-global.org
Forgotten Bird of Paradise - trailer
— October 21, 2009
British film-maker Dominic Brown travelled without the knowledge or authority of the Indonesian authorities in order to film Forgotten Bird of Paradise. The documentary provides a rare and moving insight into the forgotten struggle for independence that has gripped West Papua for over 45 years. It includes never before seen footage of OPM rebel fighters at their stronghold deep in the Papuan jungle, as well as interviews with human rights victims of the Indonesian regime.
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