Report on visit to East Timor for the ACFOA Timor Task Force. by Australian Council for Overseas Aid. Timor Task Force.

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Published by ACFOA in Canberra .

Written in English

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Places:

  • East Timor,
  • East Timor.

Subjects:

  • Economic assistance, Australian -- East Timor,
  • East Timor -- Social conditions,
  • East Timor -- Economic conditions

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Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN710.T544 A8 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4283516M
LC Control Number78309949

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Report on visit to East Timor for ACFOA Timor Task Force Australian Council for Overseas Aid Canberra Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template. Both ASIAT and the ICRC reported on their experiences at a conference in Melbourne convened by ACFOA.

This conference resulted in the establishment of a task force on East Timor. An investigating team was dispatched to the territory to conduct a survey of its short-term and long-term needs. East Timor Retrospective, "Plan Colombia" excerpted from the book Rogue States The Rule of Force in World Affairs by Noam chomsky South End Press,paper.

East Timor Retrospective p51 It is not easy to write with feigned calm and dispassion about the events that have been unfolding in East Timor. (18) Stated in "Report on visit to East Timor for the ACFOA Timor Task Force" Octoberp.

J.W. NOTE TO READERS T.I.S. readers will be pleased to know that in T.I.S. will be produced at regular, predictable intervals. We aim to produce six bi-monthly issues next year beginning in' February. Page 6 East Timor Documents, Volume October 5 - Novem XANANA GUSMAO CAPTURED The large amount of material from Novemberjust after Xanana’s.

EAST TIMOR THE SECRET FILE I dedicate it to the memory of all who fought arms in hand, or by other means, and are still fighting for the right of the Maubere people to independence.

“A team from the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) is conducting an initial scoping visit to Timor Leste. The purpose of the visit is to determine the feasibility of establishing an Operational Analysis Team as part of the Joint Task ForceOperation Astute.

4 Copy of Renouf's 'Frightened Country' chapter on Timor 5 ACFOA's Janet Hunt's report on East Timor visit June 6 Tanter on military situation 7 DScott paper on 'Case for talks without preconditions' 8 Roger Clark submission to. East Timor - miscellaneous (including press clippings, Sept.-Nov.

; summary of ACFOA policy on East Timor ; Aid to East Timor, Report on visit to East Timor for ACFOA Task Force. Photocopy of a 'Gazetteer of East Timor' and 'Report on a visit by Ken Fry to the United Nations Security Council to participate in debate on East Timor' Task Force and the Nugan Hand Bank, (File 33) - Box Tax avoidance, A fifth tape contains the proceedings of the book launch for A map of days in (File 7) - Box Directorate of Statistics for taking on board the important task of collecting primary data to inform the report’s theme.

The rolling out and quality assurance of the Timor-Leste Youth Well-Being Survey would not be possible without the excellent assistance of. In Maythe American journalist Rod Nordland was given permission, by the Indonesian authorities to, exceptionally, remain eleven days in East Timor.

His report, published the 28 of May in "The Philadelphia Inquirer" is a clear denounce of the official American and Indonesian version on the situation, and also contradicts the. On my first visit to East Timor, during the final week of peace before the coup in AugustDili and its surroundings presented an aspect reminiscent of the other Portuguese colonies in the.

B Crossing the Line: Australia’s Secret History in the Timor Sea by Kim McGrath For fifty years, Australia has schemed to deny East Timor billions of dollars of oil and gas wealth. With explosive new research and access to never-before- seen documents, Kim McGrath tells the story of Australia’s secret agenda in the Timor Sea, exposing the ruthlessness of successive governments.

Patsy Thatcher report on visit to Timor () Unit 1 East Timor / References for ACFOA Task Force report on Timor. Unit 2 6 of 33 pages, 28/02/ ACFOA's Janet Hunt's report on East Timor visit June () 6. Roger Clark submission to International. East Timor: The Path of Democracy for the World's Newest NationThe ConflictIn East Timor erupted in bloodshed following a vote for independence.

East Timor had been ruled by Indonesia, and had voted in support of independence. Anti-independence militias attacked the people of East Timor. Source for information on East Timor: The Path of Democracy for the World's Newest Nation: History. East Timor Observatory.

April ACFOA: Walsh: East Timor's Political Party Profiles: FRETILINComplete text of report [KB] added May 22 "As its name suggests, FRETILIN represented a spectrum of members and views and was committed to a program of radical social, political and economic change and immediate total independence.

This was a departure from the policy enunciated by Minister for External Affairs, Dr H. Evatt, who said in a statement to Parliament on 27 November that Australia had a very direct interest in preserving `the complete political independence' of Timor and that Australia could not see with equanimity any development which threatened the integrity of that part of the Portuguese empire.

FOREWORD. The Australian Council for Overseas Aid (ACFOA) has followed events in East Timor closely since when political parties first emerged in East Timor after Portugal’s decision to decolonise the territory.

At the time, as the coordinating body for Australian community organisations involved in overseas aid and development, ACFOA was approached by East Timorese for assistance.

On a visit to the country inIndeed, when Portugal left East Timor inmost of its people were animist, not Catholic, and the phenomenal growth in the Church’s membership during.

The first civilian witness in Indonesia's East Timor human-rights tribunal clearly had much on her mind: listening closely was an audience peppered with the same Indonesian military (TNI) officials and militiamen who orchestrated the massacre of as many as people—including three priests—at a church in Suai in September Jul 4 East Timor - Floods OCHA Situation Report No.

2 Report added July 6 "Two weeks ago, three days of heavy rain led to flooding in inhabited areas of Los Palos [in the eastern part of East Timor] the number of affected people has increased to people (.

Background: The Carter Center re-opened a field office in East Timor in May for the long-term observation of the Aug. 30, Constituent Assembly elections and the subsequent constitution drafting process. Carter Center long-term observers were deployed again to East Timor in March to monitor the pre-electoral environment in the lead-up to the territory's first Presidential.

Force, with the Future Combat Systems–equipped brigade combat teams considered an important component of that force. This report presents a historical analysis of how medium-armored forces have performed across the range of military operations since World War I.

Its purpose is to help inform U.S. Army decisions about the Future Force. The story of East Timor is a tale of violence, resistance, and hope. The information below is far from comprehensive; for a more complete overview of East Timor's recent past, we recommend Matthew Jardine's book Genocide In Paradise.

For current news and information, visit the archive of postings from the East-Timor. Six years later the ghosts of East Timor returned Hamlet-like to Portugal.

A 1,page secret government report on East Timor was ordered declassified by President Antonio Eanes. It described a series of clandestine meetings between Portuguese and Indonesian officials in which Lisbon's leftwing government accommodated Jakarta. East Timor is a tiny nation-state that occupies half of a small mountainous tropical island some kilometres north of Australia.

In the 17th century, the island was colonized by the Portuguese, but, init was divided between Portugal (East Timor) and Holland (West Timor).

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST. TRANSLATION SERVICES. Democratic Republic of East Timor. Management Strengthening Project.

Grant Nos: TF The Democratic Republic of East Timor has received financing administered by the World Bank under Global Partnership for Education Fund toward the cost of the Management Strengthening Project (MSP), and intends to hire.

This article is within the scope of WikiProject East Timor, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of East Timor on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

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After four centuries of Portuguese rule, 24 years of Indonesian occupation, and two years of United Nations administration, East Timor gained independence and a new name on The Carter Center was closely involved with the birth of Timor-Leste, the first new nation of the 21st century.

East Timor calls on Australia to stop exploiting disputed oil field By John Roberts 13 February Long-running disagreements between Australia and East Timor over their maritime border and. ABOUT US. Gender equality is smart economics that contributes to poverty reduction, strengthening resilience and boosting shared the Mashreq countries of Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon important gains have been made in women’s access to education and health, but persistent challenges remain in women’s economic opportunities.

For example, only around 1 in 5 women are economically. When it was a non-self governing territory under the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET), Timor Leste was the first neighbor former president Abdurrahman â Gus Durâ.

"After [East Timor], good luck and the great performance of the troops meant that I was very well known, and I got made Chief of Army, Chief of the Defence Force," Sir Peter said.

> >SINGAPORE: "East Timor Needs UN Force--Now" > >The pro-government Business Times told its readers (9/7): >"Jakarta should order its ineffective security forces to leave >East Timor and invite a UN-backed presence to take up the >responsibility of maintaining order until the country's highest >legislative body officially accepts the results.

A key task is protection of Cakung Airport, the country’s longest. Government sources Major General Slater Visit to East Timor, Department of Defence website, Operation Astute, Image Galleries27 May “Major General Michael Slater, DSC, AM, CSC, recently visited troops currently deployed to East Timor as part of Operation.

The Task Force Report highlights that in the intervening quarter-century,Southeast Asia has successfully emerged from the vestiges of a colonial history characterized by economic or phys. Jim Dunn, ‘Notes on Portuguese Timor,’ in ACFOA Timor Task Force, Report on Visit to East Timor for ACFOA Timor Task Force, Canberra: Australian Council for Overseas Aid,pp.

1–6, p. The book examines how the regiment adapted after the Vietnam War to the demands of peacetime soldiering, including the pressures of peacekeeping.

Finally, it reveals how the regiment's traditions of flexibility and readiness have stood it in good stead in recent operations in East Timor, the Solomon Islands, Iraq and Afghanistan.

As Northwestern Pennsylvania moved from phase red to yellow then to green; VisitErie, Erie’s primary tourism promotion agency, formed the Erie County Tourism Recovery Task Force. This Task Force developed and communicated a report that outlines implemented, planned and suggested safety protocols for Erie County hospitality businesses.

Shirk said that the task force identified three major trends the U.S. is grappling with in the relationship: China's increasing assertiveness in enforcing its maritime territorial claims, its mercantilist and protectionist economic policies, and repressive domestic restrictions affecting American academics, NGOs, journalists, and social connections between the two societies.

He was named Australian of the Year in What's more, he was at the forefront of the military at a tense time, with operations in the Middle East.

"After [East Timor], good luck and the great performance of the troops meant that I was very well known, and I got made Chief of Army, Chief of the Defence Force," Sir Peter said.Asia Society takes no institutional position on policy issues and has no affiliation with any government.

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