A One Day Conference - WEST PAPUA UPDATE
from 03:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Meanwhile the Indonesian armed forces chief, Admiral Agus Suhartono, has announced a new military operation in the highlands of West Papua, the scene of much violence in recent years.
Indonesian Solidarity and the West Papua Project at the University of Sydney are collaborating to present a One Day Conference Update on Human Rights in West Papua and Security Sector Reform, plus a new collection of photos from West Papua.
- Prof Peter King, the University of Sydney
Political dialogue between Jakarta and Papua: prospects for and obstacles
- Muso Sombuk, the University of Papua, Jayapura
Democratisation, Decentralisation and Natural Resources Management in Papua--Case Study of the Freeport Copper and Gold Mine
- Rusdi Marpaung, the human rights Jakarta-based group, Imparsial
Security Sector Reform under President Yudhoyono
- Edio Gueterres, Dili – Timor Lorosae
The experience of international human rights campaigns in Timor Lorosae
- Cammelia Webb-Gannon, Ph D student at CPACS, the University of Sydney Social Justice for Papua: Aspirations of the West Papuan Global Diaspora
- Dupito Simamora, Indonesian Embassy, Canberra Government policy to address social issues in Papua
- Budi Hernawan, a former director of Catholic Human Rights NGO in West Papua
What is the condition of Human Rights in West Papua under the democratic elected government of President Yudhoyono?
- Lee Rhiannon, Senator from the Green Party
How can the Australian government assist West Papua’s cause?
- Yusuf Sawaki is a director of the Center of Endangered Languages Documentation
How the state should play a role in protecting the local cultures and languages as part of Papuan identity