Tag: West Papua

Fast Drums, Slow Genocide: West Papuan group Sorong Samarai at WOMAD

In Papua they say that ‘all men are birds’, meaning that everybody sings and is close to nature…

We Are Not Monkeys!, by Peter Arndt

As Indonesian brutality intensifies, the Papuan struggle for independence reaches a crisis

Oz-tak-lihat (Australia Doesn’t See)

Recent films like Strange Birds in Paradise challenge Australia’s silence on West Papua

Papua’s Fallen Leaders

Anyone who emerges as a leader of the West Papuan people is setting out on a dangerous path

Death in Freeport

21st Century colonialism flourishes in West Papua writes Edmund McWilliam

Dying to Live

Chris Richards Is the war on terror in West Papua an expression of institutionalised racism?

Sanap Wantaim: Melanesian West Papua

Louise Byrne Australians need to reassess their understanding of West Papuans and their chosen path to freedom

Dislocations – Salman Rushdie and Fiji

John Hinkson

From Colony to Global Prize

George Aditjondro Timor Loro Sa'e Under a New Wave of Economic Transformation