Papoea-zanggroep in Velpse Grote Kerk
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vrijdag 24 juli 2015 20:43


VELP - Het belooft een levendige dienst te worden in de Velpse Grote Kerk. Een papoea-zanggroep zingt op zondag 2 augustus enkele liederen uit hun cultuur. De 7 Papoea's bezochten de Velpse Kerk tijdens hun vakantie in Arnhem. Ze vertelden over hun land, hun kerk en hun cultuur en boden spontaan aan om een aantal liederen te komen zingen.

Free West Papua Campaign Newsletter July 2015
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zondag 19 juli 2015 06:26



Free West Papua Campaign Newsletter July 2015

This month we are proud and delighted to announce that West Papua has made history by being awarded observer status to the Melanesian Spearhead Group. This ground breaking news comes after months of hard work by the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP), backed up by thousands of demonstrators across Papua. Subject to hundreds of arrests and in some cases torture, they have been supported by a mass movement across Melanesia and the rest of the world.

Thank you to all our supporters who helped to make this happen. Please continue to keep this momentum going and spread the word about what is happening in West Papua. Visit our website to find out how you can take action to help West Papua on its road to freedom.

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West Papua Report July 2015
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dinsdag 07 juli 2015 14:46


This edition's PERSPECTIVE is an exclusive interview with Zely Airane of the #PapuaItuKita on creative ways they are raising issues involving West Papua in Indonesia.

In UPDATE: This Issue highlights the recent Melanesian Spearhead Group summit in the Solomon Islands where the United Movement for the Liberation of West Papua (ULMWP) was given observer status. ULMWP's Secretary General Octo Mote talks about the implications of the decision for West Papua. WPAT's interview with Mote is followed by Indonesian and other reactions to the summit, which also upgraded Indonesia's status to associate member of the regional group. The report then analyses oversights in the State Department's recent human rights report. Also in this issue, Papuans Behind Bars report on a new high in arbitrary detentions; the Indonesian parliament blocked plans to release more Papuan political prisoners; and confusion continues on foreign journalist travel to West Papua

In CHRONICLE: A retired Indonesian General says TNI actions in West Papua violate human rights. An NGO criticized plans for a new military command (Kodam) in West Papua. A highly-regarded Australian journalist has described "ignorance, corruption and racism" in West Papua in a series of articles, and a long-term observer analyzes President Widodo's recent visit to the region

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