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„Wovon sollen wir leben?“


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Posted on 01:15 AM in Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Der Hauptfeind ist die Bevölkerung

Der Hauptfeind ist die Bevölkerung


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Posted on 03:07 PM in Aceh, History & Overview, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Publications, Regional Conflicts, security sector, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Suharto gewinnt Prozess

Suharto gewinnt Prozess


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Posted on 03:57 AM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Press Freedom, Publications
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Watch Indonesia! verurteilt Verbrennung von Schulbüchern in Indonesien

Watch Indonesia! verurteilt Verbrennung von Schulbüchern in Indonesien


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Posted on 03:09 PM in History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Bücherverbrennungen in Indonesien

Bücherverbrennungen in Indonesien


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Posted on 02:29 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Indonesien begeht Unabhängigkeitstag mit Bücherverbrennungen

Indonesien begeht Unabhängigkeitstag mit Bücherverbrennungen


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Posted on 07:41 AM in democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Press Freedom, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch's Press Releases & Statements
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So nicht, Suharto!

So nicht, Suharto!


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Posted on 07:54 AM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Open letter to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono concerning Col. Cav. Burhanuddin Siagian, Commander of the Resort Military Command 172/PWY Jayapura, Papua

Open letter to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono concerning Col. Cav. Burhanuddin Siagian, Commander of the Resort Military Command 172/PWY Jayapura, Papua


28 June 2007

Dear President Yudhoyono,

We are writing to express our grave concern about the tenure of Col. Burhanuddin Siagian as commander of the Jayapura sub-regional military command (Korem 172/ PWY/Jayapura) in Papua. Col. Siagian has been indicted twice for crimes against humanity in East Timor (now Timor-Leste). Indonesia has not complied with its obligations under international law and Indonesian domestic law to prosecute Col. Siagian for his alleged crimes, and it has furthermore failed to extradite him to East Timor ... read more

Posted on 09:32 AM in democracy, Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Papua, Publications, security sector, Transitional Justice
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Open Letter to the Members of European Parliament – Re: EU Biofuel Policy

Open Letter to the Members of European Parliament – Re: EU Biofuel Policy


4th June 2007

URGENT: re amendments and vote on the Draft Opinion on A Roadmap for Renewable Energy in Europe (Rapporteur: Britta Thomsen)

Dear Madam/Sir, As you know, the European Commission is currently working on a proposal for a revised Biofuels Directive, expected to be published in autumn. According to these plans, 10% of all transport fuels have to be biofuels by 2020. Many organisations now prefer to call biofuels ‘agrofuels’, since the word ‘bio’ fuels creates an image ... read more

Posted on 09:41 AM in Agro Fuels, Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications, Environment & Climate
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What Future for Papua?

What Future for Papua?


April 2007

Alex Flor, Marianne Klute, Petra Stockmann

The Helsinki agreement of 2005 marks the historic peace process for Indonesia’s westernmost province Aceh. After three decades of violence and repression, the long self determination conflict is in the process of being resolved. Both the Free Aceh Movement and the Indonesian government have made substantial concessions for this to happen. However, for the second most burning and long lasting self-determination conflict, concerning Indonesia’s easternmost region Papua, formerly ... read more

Posted on 01:52 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Papua, Publications, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media, Watch's Studies and Reports
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