Ending UN Racism Against Black Melanesian in West Papua
You are invited to join an online discussion examining UN racism against Melanesians by focussing on racist elements which led to West Papua’s calamity and how we can get the United Nations to honour its responsibility in ensuring the Melanesian people of West Papua attain Independence.
Please read this legal paper that will be up for discussion http://wpik.org/a/
We welcome questions and feedback of the paper on the day or prior through this page.
John Anari is one of our panelists for this public webinar.
Second Panelist is Julian McKinlay King who is co author of the legal paper that will be discussed during this public webinar.
He is a member of the West Papua Project Steering Committee at the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney; advisor to the United Liberation Movement for West Papua and Groups Revolutionnaires Koutumiers Kanaks; and former assistant to the late Dr Otto Ondawame.
He holds a master’s degree in Social Anthropology and completed doctoral research on the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor where an alleged attempt was made on his life by the United Nations Security Forces before being framed as a terrorist by the Horta-Alkateri-Lobato government and subsequently exonerated.
More info will be posted closer to the date
Thank you and see you then.