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Refugee Rolling | SLRAS | Playing For Change | Live Outside

Refugee Rolling | SLRAS | Playing For Change | Live Outside 02, 2019  [2  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on Refugee Rolling | SLRAS | Playing For Change | Live Outside

Hush-hushing the whole matter: The UNHCR, Australia, and West Papuan Refugees

Hush-hushing the whole matter: The UNHCR, Australia, and West Papuan Refugees 19, 2019  [8  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on Hush-hushing the whole matter: The UNHCR, Australia, and West Papuan Refugees

Klaus Neumann, Click to Read Details: HERE Abstract Between 1962 and 1973, thousands of refugees crossed from the Indonesian-controlled western half of the island of New Guinea into the Australian-controlled eastern half. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) refrained from becoming involved in the issue, and from publicly criticizing the Australian government over […]

Issues in West Papua

Issues in West Papua 19, 2019  [8  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on Issues in West Papua

Abstract The Islands of the Pacific are rich in valuable cultures, traditions and customs in addition to their rich resources and magnificent flora and fauna. We embrace them without regrets today as our pride which we captured them in our decision making level in the political, bureaucratic, and institutional arenas by individual country in our […]

Mr. Elimar Gombo, WPRRA, Walk for Life and Free West Papua Campaign

WPRRA, Walk for Life, Free West Papua 17, 2019  [2  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on Mr. Elimar Gombo, WPRRA, Walk for Life and Free West Papua Campaign

West Papuan Refugees in Papua New Guinea: On the Way to Citizenship?

West Papuan Refugees Rainbow Settlement 19, 2016  [8  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on West Papuan Refugees in Papua New Guinea: On the Way to Citizenship?

Jenny Munro, In Brief 2016/19 At Rainbow settlement in Port Moresby, 38 families of West Papuan heritage live in a drainage ditch approximately 100  metres wide by 200 metres long. To one side, the neighbours’ retaining wall contains pipes which direct runoff water and rain directly into the settlement. On the other side of the […]

New Guinea: A divided island. Papua New Guinea’s relationship with West Papua

West Papua Refugees in Port Moresby, Supporting Benny Wenda 10, 2012  [8  entries]  ± Views 0 § Comments Off on New Guinea: A divided island. Papua New Guinea’s relationship with West Papua

Citation:  Matbob, P., & Papoutsaki, E. (2012, June). New Guinea: A divided island. Papua New Guinea’s relationship with West Papua [PowerPoint presentation]. Paper presented at the 8th International Small Islands Conference, Cape Breton. This paper gives an historical and current account of New Guinea, a Pacific Island divided between the independent state of Papua New […]