Links

International Academics for West Papua (IAWP)

International Academics for West Papua is a network that was started in 2016 by a group of academics concerned about the ongoing human rights abuses in West Papua. We welcome academics from all countries and all disciplines.

International Parliamentarians for West Papua (IPWP)

Launched in October 2008, the International Parliamentarians for West Papua is a growing group of politicians from more than 20 countries supporting the right of self-determination for the people of West Papua.

International Lawyers for West Papua (ILWP)

A growing body of international lawyers who work to highlight the legal right of self-determination for the people of West Papua.

Papuans Behind Bars

An online resource about political prisoners in West Papua.

Merdeka West Papua Support Network

The Merdeka West Papua Support Network is a global campaign-coordinating network that aims to link existing West Papua support groups in different countries and build support committees where there are none

Make West Papua Safe

Campaign to disrupt and ultimately stop foreign government support for the Indonesian police and military in occupied West Papua.

United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP)

ULMWP unites the three main organisations and several smaller ones who have long struggled for independence. The key groups to have united include the Federal Republic of West Papua (NRFPB), National Coalition for Liberation (WPNCL) and National Parliament of West Papua (NPWP), which incorporates the KPNB (National Committee for West Papua). An external secretariat consisting of five elected members from the various groups co-ordinate the ULMWP.

Office of Benny Wenda

Official website for Benny Wenda, West Papua independence leader and founder of the Free West Papua Campaign.

West Papua Information Kit

To promote Freedom, Democracy, and Human Rights by giving you information with which to end the colonial rape of a beloved nation.

West Papua Media

West Papua Media brings quality independent journalism from West Papua to the world