UNPO News

Jul 23, 2004

WGIP Participants Speak Out on Conflict Resolution and Globalization

On the second day of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Population in Geneva, indigenous leaders, NGO representatives and human rights experts debated the main theme of the weeklong conference, Conflict Resolution

Jul 23, 2004

WGIP Participants Speak Out on Conflict Resolution...

On the second day of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Population in Geneva, indigenous leaders, NGO representatives and human rights experts debated the main theme of the weeklong conference, Conflict...

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Jun 28, 2004

New coalition for self-determination and demilitarisation...

The Asia Pacific Coalition for E-Timor will transform into a new coalition with a focus on issues of self-determination and demilitarisation in the Asia-Pacific region, which includes several UNPO members...

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Jun 28, 2004

Assyria, Iraqi Turkoman, Kurdistan: US hands over...

The US has formally handed over power in Iraq, two days ahead of schedule

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Jun 08, 2004

Acheh, South Moluccas, West Papua: Expulsion of...

Indonesia has expelled ICG staff for their critical reports on the Human Rights situation in Acheh, South Moluccas and West Papua

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Jun 07, 2004

Dutch Ministry supports Human Rights over arms...

Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs reply to the UNPO appeal to help Europe keep the Embargo on Arms Sales to China

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Jun 03, 2004

Assyrians, Kurds and Turkomans appointed to New...

UNPO welcomes the inclusion of Assyrians, Kurds and Turkomans into key positions in the interim Iraqi government

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May 27, 2004

UNPO members in the Amnesty International report...

Human Rights situations of several UNPO members are described in the Amnesty International report 2004. The report documents the human rights situation in 155 countries and territories in 2003, and summarizes...

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May 27, 2004

Shan, Karenni, Mon: Amnesty International report...

Extract of the Amnesty International report, concerning the Shan, Karenni and Mon Human Rights situation

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