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The “Understanding information about the land of Papua " webinar livestream. Video: Redaksi Jubi Pacific Media Watch A senior Indonesian government official and a New Zealand...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A Papuan church leader and advocate for social justice has penned an open letter to the Indonesian government calling for justice...

By Budi Sutrisno in Jakarta A court in East Kalimantan has found seven Papuans guilty of treason in separate trials for their involvement in antiracism...

COMMENT: By Evi Mariani in Jakarta The giant wave of the United States’ #BlackLivesMatter campaign has now swept across Indonesia. A number of groups have...

Indonesian police in West Papua say four prisoners isolated for suspected covid-19 infection have escaped from Bhayangkara Police Hospital and are still at large. A...

By Budi Sutrisno in Jakarta As the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who died while being arrested in the United States, sparks a...

By Moch. Fiqih Prawira Adjie in Jakarta A panel of judges at the Jakarta State Administrative Court (PTUN) has granted a lawsuit filed by civil...

By Amanda Siddharta in Jakarta Six activists charged with treason in Jakarta for organising a protest rally for independence last August outside the presidential palace...

By Sri Krishnamurthi, contributing editor of Pacific Media Watch Australian war correspondent and investigative journalist John Martinkus warns the West Papuan conflict is "reigniting" and...

Pacific Media Watch Pacific Media Watch  contributing editor Sri Krishnamurthi discusses a new book today on West Papua, The Road: Uprising in West Papua, reviewed...

REVIEW: By David Robie The 4300-km Trans-Papua Highway costing some US$1.4 billion was supposed to bring “wealth, development and prosperity” to the isolated regions of...

The 30-minute Foreign Correspondent report by ABC. By ABC News Indepth Just north of Australia a secret war is being fought. West Papuan independence fighters and...

Pacific Media Centre TAPOL has condemned the political decision to cancel the early release of five political prisoners that were arrested in Jakarta for demonstrating...

Pacific Media Watch The regent of Mimika in Papua has urged President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to temporarily close a mine in the regency owned by...

By Basten Gokkon of Mongabay Local authorities and indigenous communities in Indonesia’s Papua region have imposed a  sweeping lockdown in an attempt to minimise the...

By Jennifer Robinson and Veronica Koman with the support of TAPOL Sixty-three political prisoners detained on treason charges in Indonesia have made a joint urgent...

COMMENTARY: By Laurens Ikinia A sad story has taken place again in the PT Freeport Indonesia gold and copper mine area near Timika in West...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The Alliance of West Papuan Baptist Churches has condemned Monday's attack which killed a New Zealander and wounded two other workers...

Pacific Media Centre Indonesia's Coordinating Minister for Security, Politics and Legal Affairs Mahfud MD says he is not interested in further examining the document containing...

Andy Ayamiseba died a few days ago. While the West Papuan was loved, admired and supported in Vanuatu, he fought tirelessly to win a...

By Devina Halim in Jakarta Lawyer and human rights activist Veronica Koman says Coordinating Minister for Security, Politics and Legal Affairs Mahfud MD "garbage" comment...

Pacific Media Watch Pacific human rights activists have personally handed Indonesian President Joko Widodo a protest letter which includes a list of deaths and political...