Humanitarian Aid & Reconstruction

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October 2022

News/Indonesia – October 18, 2022

Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) is disappointed with the results of the investigation report compiled by the government sponsored Joint Independent Fact Finding Team (TGIPF) into the Kanjuruhan football stadium tragedy on October 1.

December 2021

News/West Papua
Suara Papua – December 14, 2021

Yance Agapa, Jayapura – The Papuan people reject the investigation team formed by the state through the Attorney General's Office (AGO) to investigate alleged gross human rights violations in Paniai on December 8, 2004.

October 2018

Berdikari Online – October 4, 2018

Raymond Samuel – Despite being embroiled in an economic crisis and even being depicted as a “failed state” by the Western media, Venezuela is still able to show empathy and solidarity with the victims of the earthquake in Central Sulawesi.

November 2010

ARM – November 9, 2010

Starting from November 5 2010, the national SBY-Boediono government decided that the Merapi volcano eruption disaster would be led by the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB).

December 2005

News/Indonesia – December 20, 2005

Nurvita Indarini, Jakarta – The sentencing of Pollycarpus Budihari Priyanto was enlivened by a demonstration by hundreds of activists from the Solidarity Action Committee for Munir. But they were not demanding that Pollycarpus receive a heavier sentence – rather that the police investigate the other perpetrators of Munir’s murder.

September 2005

News/Indonesia – September 7, 2005

Ismoko Widyaya, Jakarta – After demonstrating at the offices of the National Intelligence Agency (BIN), around 200 people from the Solidarity Alliance for Munir and Democracy (Aliansi Solidaritas Untuk Munir dan Demokrasi, Asumsi) moved on and ‘assailed’ the offices of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the State Palace on Jalan Medan Merdeka

July 2005

Aceh Kita – July 10, 2005

AK-17, Banda Aceh – The Aceh Coalition of Human Rights Non-Government Organisations (Koalisi NGO HAM Aceh) believes that the shooting of foreign volunteers in Aceh is an attempt by certain parties to isolate Aceh from the international community.

June 2005

Kompas – June 25, 2005

Jakarta – Iskandar Muda Regional Military Commander, Major-General Sapiudin Yusuf, believes the shooting of Hong Kong foreign volunteer Eva Yee Wayeung was an attempt by the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) to demonstrate that their forces still have a presence.

Aceh Kita – June 24, 2005

AK-20, Jakarta – The Acehnese Popular Democratic Resistance Front (FPDRA) and Student’s Solidarity for the People (SMUR) have condemned the shooting of a Hong Kong Red Cross volunteer in Lamno, Greater Aceh, on Wednesday June 22.

March 2005

Tempo Interactive – March 10, 2005

Yuliawati, Jakarta – The People’s Representative Assembly’s Natural Disaster Relief Monitoring Team in Aceh and North Sumatra is asking the government to reconsider the presence of foreign volunteers so that they can remain in Indonesia longer.