IFET provides information about, and ways to help, East Timor, which was invaded and subjugated by US ally Indonesia in 1975. IFET advocates changing US foreign policy and urges support for self-determination and human rights for East Timor.
The campaign to free the tiny country of East Timor has been going on for over twenty years. Led by Colin Isles, the close-knit Wellington peace community remains in solidarity with the Timorese people. Hr@G has joined the growing numbers of activists seeking Timorese self-determination.
East Timor Internet domain.
CNRM was a broad-based organisation set up in late 1987 to unify and lead the struggle of the people of East Timor under the umbrella of non-partisanship, always taking into account the reality of the barbaric military occupation by the Indonesian forces.
News, commentary, and background information on the history of the country [last update 1999].
East Timor Ireland Solidarity Campaign was founded in 1992. Its aims are to increase awareness among Irish and European people to the violation of Human Rights in East Timor and the involvement of Western governments in military and economic aid to Indonesia.
John Pilger analyses the Indonesian invasion of 1975, exposing the genocide and Western complicity leading up to the vote of independence in 1999. With multimedia [RealPlayer].
Provides analysis into the involvement of Indonesia and various other countries and agencies, into the media roles, and links to more information, analysis and essays.
Article on the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize award to East Timorese leaders Bishop Carlos Belo and Jose Ramos-Horta.
A long history of the East Timorese conflict from CNN.