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The unstoppable rights advocate (21 Dec 2009)
The Jakarta Post - The struggle for human rights is universal, unrestricted and equal, whatever the person’s tribe, religion or race.

Bishop leads requiem for Papua rebel leader (21 Dec 2009)
The Jakarta Post - Hundreds of mourners attended a mass service for Papuan rebel leader Kelly Kwalik outside the Mimika legislative council building in Timika, Papua, on Monday.

The inauguration of the ASEAN Inter-Governmental Comission on Human Rights (29 Oct 2009)
Amnesty International urges the newly-established ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) to act as a true human rights monitoring body by working effectively for the promotion and protection of human rights, while preserving its own independence and impartiality and applying international human rights law and standards.

Petition: Decent Market for Papua’s Mother Market Traders (13 Oct 2009)
Papuan ngo's and human rights organisations, amongst others SKP Jayapura, JPIC-GKI and Foker LSM, have issued an online petition in support of Papuan market women who strive for a proper market.

Dozens of Papuan groups want peace talks with Jakarta (10 Oct 2009)
Nethy Dharma Somba , The Jakarta Post - The West Papua National Coalition for Liberation (WPNLC) said dozens of organizations in the restive province of Papua demanded talks with the central government to find peaceful solutions for separatist and human rights' violation issues.