‘Collective grief’ leads to dream of freedom
The Jakarta Post
In front of the Justice and Human Rights Advocacy Network office in Wamena is the grave of Opinus Tabuni, a member of the Papuan Indigenous Council, killed in a military crackdown on World Indigenous Peoples’ Day in August 2008.
Human rights activist Theo Hesegem sat just a few feet from the grave. He...
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