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By: Indonesia Human Rights  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Human Rights, Charter Boats, Charter Vessels

Indonesia

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Indonesia Human Rights Committee,
Box 68-419,
Auckland.

22 September, 2011

Jenny Wood
MAF
PO Box 1020
Wellington 6140

Submission to Ministerial Inquiry into use and operation of Foreign Charter Vessels

Introduction
The Indonesia Human Rights Committee (IHRC) has been deeply concerned about the parlous situation of many Indonesian fishermen who are contracted to serve on foreign Charter boats [..]

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Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Special issue2011

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Monday, June 27th, 2011

17 June 2011
Dear Prime Minister,
The Indonesia Human Rights Committee draws to your attention the ongoing
human rights abuses suffered by the indigenous Melanesian people of West
Papua.
You will be aware that West Papua has now been controlled by Indonesia for
48 years since Indonesia took control from the United Nations Temporary
Executive Authority (UNTEA) in 1963. Since that time [..]

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Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

www.freewestpapuanprisonersnow.blogspot.com

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Monday, March 14th, 2011

By John Pilger
ICH
November 16, 2009
When General Suharto, the west’s man, seized power in Indonesia in the mid-1960s, he offered “a gleam of light in Asia”, rejoiced Time magazine. That he had killed up to a million “communists” was of no account in the acquisition of what Richard Nixon called “the richest hoard of natural resources, [..]

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Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

10-14 December
Words: Maire Leadbeater
Impunity is like a ‘virus’
IHRC was very pleased to welcome Rusdi Marpaung as our guest at a seminar following our AGM on 11 December, 2010. Rusdi also addressed a public meeting in Whangarei, met with Auckland MPs and attended the Amnesty Aotearoa’s Human Rights Defender Award ceremony.
Rusdi is a [..]

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Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

November 2010

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Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Maire Leadbeater, spokesperson for the IHRC, on her recent trip to West Papua.
8 December 2010

Maire spent two weeks in West Papua during the month of November 2010.

Words: Angelique Kasmara
On Maire’s flight to Jayapura, her first impression of West Papua was an arresting, if deeply disturbing, sight of the deep excavation that is [..]

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Friday, November 13th, 2009

Hon Murray McCully
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Parliament Buildings
Wellington
7 November, 2009
Dear Mr McCully,
I am forwarding on to you a copy of an open letter written on behalf of Amnesty International United Kingdom and a number of other important UK based human rights organisations. This letter is addressed to the [..]

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Keywords: Charter Boats, Charter Vessels, Human Rights, Human Rights Committee

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In July President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was reelected by a wide margin, providing him the opportunity to take more decisive action against impunity, religious intolerance, and other continuing threats to human rights. IntroductionThe Indonesia Human Rights Committee has been deeply concerned about the parlous situation of many Indonesian fishermen who are contracted to serve on foreign Charter boats in New Zealand.