West Papua's indigenous people hurt by Indonesia's resource extraction – video

Publicado 21 de mayo de 2012 no picture Papuan Solidaritas Israel

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Indigenous people in West Papua are suffering as their land and forests are exploited by timber and palm oil companies. West Papua has immense natural resources, which has encouraged logging and deforestation. Indonesia took control of the west part of Papua New Guinea in 1969. Amnesty International estimates that more than 400,000 Papuans have since been killed. A conference in Oxford in August 2011 highlighted the problems in West Papua and explored ways in which they could be resolved More http://gu.com/p/37jnc




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