Podcasts

Towards a History of Indonesia's Metapolitics: The Law on Censorship

John Roosa (History, University of British Columbia)

Impunity is Contagious: Transitional Justice in Indonesia and Timor-Leste

Galuh Wandita (International Center for Transitional Justice, Jakarta)

Legacies of the Occupation

Hilmar Farid (Indonesian Institute of Social History - ISSI)

Transitional Justice in East Timor: Overview and Assessment

David Cohen (War Crimes Studies Center, UC Berkeley)

"Lost Causes" and Non-State Actions against Impunity

David Webster (International Studies, University of Regina)

Why Implementation of CAVR is Critical to the Success of Timor Leste

Fernanda Borges MP (Member of Parliament, Timor-Leste)

Legacies of Violence: East Timor Ten Years On

Geoffrey Robinson (History, UCLA)

Documenting Mass Violence: History, Truth and Accountability

Brad Simpson (History and International Affairs, Princeton)

Indigenous Papuans' efforts for ending the conflict with Indonesia

Neles Tebay (Fajar Timur Theological School, Jayapura)

Transitional Justice in Aceh, Moving Nowhere

Haris Azhar (Commission for the Disappeared and the Victims of Violence - KontraS)

Gendering Trauma Recovery in Aceh, 1976-2010

Kimberly Twarog (Women’s Studies, UCLA)

Open Forum for Legacies of Violence in Indonesia and East Timor: A Workshop

Moderators – Geoffrey Robinson (History, UCLA) and David Kaye (Law, UCLA)

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Participants

Haris Azhar, KontraS

Asli Bali, UCLA

Fernanda Borges MP,
National Parliament, Timor Leste

David Cohen, UC Berkeley

Hilmar Farid, Indonesian Institute for Social History

David Kaye, UCLA

Geoffrey Robinson, UCLA

John Roosa, University of British Columbia

Dahlia Setiyawan, UCLA

Bradley Simpson, Princeton University

Neles Tebay, Fajar Timur Theological School

Kimberly Twarog, UCLA

Galuh Wandita,
International Center for Transitional Justice, Jakarta

Baskara T. Wardaya, Universitas Sanata Dharma

David Webster, University of Regina

Mary Zurbuchen, Ford Foundation