Tags Posts tagged with "Peaceful protest"

Tag: Peaceful protest

By Mackenzie Smith of RNZ News Hong Kong protesters in New Zealand are worried they could be arrested if they return home because they have...

By RNZ News New Zealand's first weekend at post-covid alert level 1 drew massive crowds to Super Rugby Aotearoa franchise matches in Auckland and Dunedin...

ANALYSIS: By Philip Russo of Monash University The death of African-American man George Floyd at the hands of police has sparked protests across the United...

By RNZ News Thousands of New Zealanders have joined large numbers of Americans in protesting following the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd. In Auckland, Aotea...

ANALYSIS: By Danielle K. Kilgo of Indiana University A teenager held her phone steady enough to capture the final moments of George Perry Floyd’s life...

Pacific Media Centre Seven more people have been detained in Indonesia for alleged treason since a complaint filed with the United Nations last month, says...

By Charlotte Muru-Lanning in Auckland A Tongan group visited Ihumātao to show solidarity with the occupation of the land by mana whenua who greeted them with...

By Michael Andrew The occupation at Ihumātao is a spectacle of flags. In every direction they flutter. Alongside tino rangatiratanga - the Māori flag of independence,...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk New Zealand police have pepper-sprayed two dogs and arrested three more people at the site of a controversial land dispute in...

Vietnam’s human rights record could jeopardise an upcoming free trade deal with the European Union, according to Human Rights Watch. Asia-Pacific Journalism’s Jessica Marshall...

Pacific Media Watch editor Kendall Hutt's video on the nuclear free law campaign. Off The Wall: with Padre James Bhagwan in Suva As we conclude the...

Protesting landowners in Central Province blockade the PNG LNG plant site today in anger over unpaid royalties. Video: EMTV By Freddy Mou in Port Moresby More...

By Yuliawati in Jakarta Scores of Indonesian police blocked Papuan students in the Central Java city of Yogyakarta who planned to hold a demonstration on...

OBITUARY: By Murray Horton John Miller (1929-2016) died in Christchurch in November, aged 87. John and Leonida (Leony) have been members of the Philippines Solidarity...

Oceania Interrupted challenged media educators and journalists from across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region to raise the profile of West Papua as a human...

Granting of full membership status to the United Liberation Movement of West Papua in the Melanesian Spearhead Group is justifiable as Indonesia had sought...

The Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission has nullified the referendum conducted at the University of Technology by Lae Election Office last Friday - almost...

By Scott Waide in Lae More than 3000 students from the University of Technology and the National Polytechnic Institute in Papua New Guinea's second largest...

Students of the University of Papua New Guinea gathered early yesterday morning at the forum square on the Waigani campus to vote for a...

The Asian Human Rights Commission has condemned the forced dispersal of peaceful Papuan protesters and their illegal arrest in Kampung Bhintuka-SP13 field in Mimika,...

Asia Pacific Report photographer Del Abcede captures some colourful and poignant moments at today's SkyCity climate change protest against the New Zealand Petroleum Conference.

Most news media took pictures of the climate change "civil disobedience" protest today at vantage points outside the SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre. But Asia Pacific...