High mountain, high stakes
President Yudhoyono observes Malaria Day
London Free West Papua Campaign
Dozens of Indonesia`s dancer performed in ASEAN arts forum
Poor Access on Electricity in West Papua
West Papua: The Truth and Lies
45th anniversary of Papua integration to Indonesia
Malaria-free Indonesia by 2030: A promise for better Papua
Is West Papua being eco-colonised?
Special Autonomy: International Image versus Reality
Indonesia govt blamed for stagnant special autonomy in Papua
Papua’s international image
The British Human Rights Report 2007
U.S. firm to invest $4 bln in Indonesian pulp factory
Papua log export ban
Another AWPA Black Propaganda
Community Policing in the Papua region
Human Rights Watch Press Release on Papua
Whenua, Fenua, Enua, Vanua: SEPARATIST POLITICAL PROPAGANDA !
NGO raises concerns about Papuan
BP Shattered Illusions
radio pikonane connecting papua central highlands
The Indonesian military is not genocidal
Unreasonable Restrictions on International Access to West Papua
Higher Tangguh LNG Price
Reduction of HIV/AIDS Funding to Indonesia
Transall C-160 cargo aircratf erupts in flames in Indonesia
Government to make legal umbrella for West Papua
Britain’s Duke of York in Jakarta
Students stage rallies across Papua in call for referendum on self determination
On US Congress Letter to UN
Jamie SW of the Heathlander
UK Prince to visit Indonesia
Papuan Should Watch Sustainable Multinational Project
Franzalbert Joku and Nicholas Simion Messet
Kosovo and Papua: Incomparable Case
A New Papua?
Papuan People Assembly under fire ahead of Kalla trip
Lorentz National Park, Indonesia
Australia Aid Package
Degree of Press Freedom in Papua
Papua Issue in Indonesia-UK Relation
Papua Issue in Indonesia-Australia Relation
AIDS Battle in Papua
Indonesian: Who are we?
Leatherback Turtle swims from Indonesia to Oregon in Epic Journey
Radio connects remote papuan village
Australia Indonesia Boost Anti Terrorism Security Cooperation
Indonesia, Australia say winning against extremists
Nine people missing after ship sinks in eastern Indonesian sea
Kevin Rudd to meet Indonesian Foreign Minister
Visit Indonesia Year 2008: Papua
The Rivers and Lakes of Papua
New Indonesia and Aussie Security Pact
Suharto in Inside Indonesia
Lake Sentani Festival in July 2008
Freeport pays Indonesia 18 billion dollars in 2007
Asmat Opposes Separatism
The death of Suharto: What next for Papua?
Human Rights Report on Papua
Breaking News: Indonesian jet kills bystander
Papua and the Blessing of Its Natural Resources
Investment News: Talisman Energy deal boosts competitive position in LNG market
Breaking News: Indonesian plane hits calf on runway
Call for consultation over Jakarta’s plan to further split Papua
Amnesty Exeter Invites Papua’s Separatist Leaders in London
Papuans’ Intellectual Freedom
Shame on Richard Samuelson
The West Papuans Refugees Ordered to Leave Site
Paradise Islands of Raja Ampat Papua
Search continues for four missing in deadly Papua landslide
Landslide in Indonesia kills 10
Let Democratisation Spread in West Papua
Indonesia allows US congressman to visit Papua
Religious leaders in Indonesia’s Papua province demand halt to development programmes
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
West Papua: Special Treatment
The Hardliners on Either Side Need Each Other
Papua Indigenous Peoples Empowerment (PIPE) Programme
Time to think about the future of West Papua
Views & Perspectives, Facts on Indonesia’s Sovereignty over West Papua
Avoiding deforestation will help eradicate poverty
But is it democratic?
Pluralism, Tolerance and Stability in West Papua
Democracy within West Papua Special Autonomy
Breaking News: Interview with Barnabas Suebu
True Hero of West Papua
Root of Conflict and Peace Agendas for Papua
Papuan Traditional Dance
Freedom Inside Indonesian Democracy
Free West Papua
August 30, 2008
We are sophomore students from St. Scholastica’s College, Manila, Philippines. On our History class, we are discussing World History and we focus on Asian Perspective, our main topic is about cultivating the cultures of our ethnic brothers and sisters and their way of life.
Since we have seen your mission-vision in supporting indigenous tribes, we extend our deepest support. We believe that your organization can make a change, a change that will let other people understand the real beauty of their cultures and differences.
We hope you will continue your goals and activities in preserving cultures and empowering our ethnic brothers and sisters.
Second Year student’s of
St. Scholastica’s College
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