Peace In Papua is an international campaign to end foreign support for Indonesian state violence in West Papua. Solidarity and peace activists in Australia, Germany, Korea, the US and more are taking action to end arms sales and joint training programs with Indonesian military and police.
The civil resistance in West Papua is steadfast, creative, diverse and growing. Wage Peace is working closely with organisers in West Papua towards our shared goal of ending Indonesian state violence in the occupied territory. Papuans are calling for the withdrawal of Indonesian troops and the start of peaceful dialogue. We are calling for a ban on military exports to Indonesia and a suspension of joint military and police training exercises between Australia and Indonesia.
We have campaigned for demilitarisation in West Papua for over two years already. We have run multiple actions and interventions at Australian Federal Police and SAS facilities, and at the factories and offices of arms dealers selling to Indonesia. Rheinmetall, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Thales, Elbit and EOS have all had a taste of our disruptive tactics. Wage Peace is now taking this campaign global, with a new logo and a new name: Peace in Papua.
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