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Human Rights violations in West Papua observed by Christian Conference of Asia

Jayapura, Jubi – A three-member pastoral solidarity team of the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA), visited West Papua, heard stories of grave human rights...

Indonesia wrests their control of West Papua through the New York agreement

By : Roshni Kapur The province of West Papua continues to be shrouded in secrecy from the rest of the world. West Papua’s struggle for independence from the Indonesian...

Don’t forget issue of customary lands and West Papua

Apia, Jubi – On Friday, the 48th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders meeting — and all other related meetings — come to an end. With the Leaders Retreat and the...

West Papua on PIF-48 : Reality and belief are two different things though

By. Dr. Pala Molisa Dear Editor, I write in response to the article titled “Officials rubbish West Papua Protest” on Samoa Observer Colonizers will always lie to you...

48th PIF Leaders Forum in Samoa, West Papua is on the table

Jayapura, Jubi – Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, chairwoman of the Pacific Islands Forum Foreign Ministers, Meeting Deputy Prime Minister of Samoa, makes sure that...

Representatives from 7 religious congregations discuss West Papua in Rome

Roma, Jubi – 13 religious men and women, representing 7 religious congregations (including SSpS and SVD) gathered on 10 July at the Generalate of the Augustinians...

Māori and Pacific communities is important for West Papua struggle

By James Borrowdale LIKE apartheid South Africa, I kept hearing. For a long time, the horrors behind the curtain thrown up by South Africa’s racist government...

Catholic circle statement on West Papua’s independence needs to be scrutinized

By Nico Syukur Dister OFM As in Papuan society, so also in churches, there are members who opine that the western part of New Guinea has the right to be an independent...

Deforestation and its impacts toward Indigenous Papuans

By : Julian Howay (*) THE island of New Guinea or Papua in the South Pacific has a largely unspoiled tropical forest (75%). These forests were formed over thousands of...

BP under pressure over LNG investment in Indonesian ‘colony’ of West Papua

Jayapura, Jubi – Last year BP announced a massive new investment in a Liquefied Natural Gas facility in the Indonesian province of West Papua, which it claimed...

Indonesia rejects claims about ACP meeting

Jayapura, Jubi – Indonesia has disputed reports that this month’s African, Caribbean and Pacific meeting featured discussion about West Papua. The ACP...

‘Too good to be true’, the experience of a foreign journo in West Papua

By Cyril Payen I have lived and worked for more than 20 years in Asia. My reporting took me from Burma to North Korea, from the jungles of the Southern Philippines to...

Indonesia’s double standards of Press Freedom

By Victor Mambor EVERY year, on May 3rd, we celebrate the basic principles of press freedom. World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) exists to give an annual evaluation of global...

Regional law prohibiting ship from entering Raja Ampat is being discussed

Waisai, Jubi – The Raja Ampat Regency Government, West Papua Province is said to be drafting a draft regional regulation (draft) on prohibition of large-ships and...

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