Addressing the Legacies of the 1965-1966: Mass Violence in Indonesia 50 Years On

Herb Faith Foundation Seminar Series 2015

Addressing the Legacies of the 1965-1966: Mass Violence in Indonesia 50 Years On

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To mark International Human Rights Day Herb Faith Foundation is pleased to announce a special event including a photo exhibition, book launch and a lecture by a leading Indonesian Human Rights Lawyer Nursyahbani Katjasungkana and academic Professor Saskia Wieringa. Key figures coordinating the International People’s Tribunal in 1965 held in the Hague on November2015.  Our speakers will present a lecture, explaining the “November 2015 International People’s Tribunal on the 1965 Indonesian violence: Aims and Outcomes”

 

 

IMAGE: Mgelina A. Markus (Kupang)was detailed during the violenceof 1965,
along with both of her parents and her siblings. Her father and younger brother
were both disappeared: The Act of Living, AJAR

Date:   Tuesday 10th December 2015

Time:  5 pm Opening of the Photo Exhibition

               The Act Of Living

            6 pm Launch of Forbidden Memories

           6:30- 8:00pm Lecture

 Dinner: will be served 5:30 -6:30

Venue:  Ground Floor (H116)

                 Building H

                 Monash University

                 Caulfield Campus

RSVP:    7 December 2015

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