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By Laurens Ikinia in Auckland Governor Lukas Enembe of Indonesia's Melanesian province of Papua has expressed support for a call from the Papuan Student Association...

By George Heagney of Stuff in Palmerston North Students from West Papua desperate to stay in New Zealand after having their scholarships cut are pinning...

By George Heagney of Stuff A group of students from West Papua, the Melanesian Pacific region in Indonesia, are fearful about their futures in New...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A movement dedicated to peaceful self-determination among indigenous groups in the Pacific is the latest group in Aotearoa to add support...

Stuff A West Papuan international student in Aotearoa New Zealand has devoted hundreds of hours to a non-profit organisation and opened a door to a...

Jordan Fennell of ABC Pacific Beat talks to Laurens Ikinia Living in New Zealand as a student Laurens Ikinia wanted to create a space for...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Marian Faa of ABC Pacific Beat As a child, Efika Kora remembers watching planes glide over her remote village in the Pacific. Transfixed,...

By Venkat Raman in Auckland Fiji's National Federation Party leader and Member of Parliament Dr Biman Prasad is confident that the incumbent Voreqe Bainimarama government...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papuan students stranded in Aotearoa New Zealand by an abrupt cancellation of their Indonesian government scholarships earlier this year while...

OPEN LETTER: By David Robie Kia ora Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi It is unconscionable. A bewildering and grossly unfair crisis for 34 young Papuan students –...

By Matthew Scott of Newsroom Time is running out for a group of West Papuan students in New Zealand whose scholarships were cut -- out...

The West Papua students who had their tertiary scholarships terminated by the Indonesian government have turned to New Zealanders for help. Video: Tagata Pasifika By...

By Sri Krishnamurthi, RNZ Pacific digital journalist Students from West Papua have been facing a stressful time in New Zealand since the beginning of the...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesian police have arrested a total of 90 Papuan students during a protest action near the Presidential Palace complex in Central...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Mary Argue of the Wairarapa Times-Age Screams erupted as the sound of gunshots ricocheted around the open-air market. People ran. It was bloody. “I...

COMMENTARY: By Mary Argue of the Wairarapa Times-Age In 2016, I was on a yacht in the Bahamas. Every morning I woke surrounded by postcard-perfect azure...

By Matthew Scott of Newsroom International students in New Zealand are appealing to the Indonesian government in response to funding being pulled for the autonomous...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A global Papuan students abroad umbrella organisation has appealed for a meeting with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to air their grievances...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Indonesian government has denied claims by an umbrella group representing Papuan students on scholarships abroad that it is “assassinating” the...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A global Papuan student welfare advocacy group has condemned the Indonesian government's disruption of autonomous local education grants supporting studies abroad,...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Scores of students from the Papuan Student Association (IMP) in Medan, North Sumatra, have held a protest action this week in...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Demonstrators from the Papuan Student Alliance (AMP) have protested the Indonesian police actions in blocking them when they wanted to hold...