Out of Sight
Endemic Abuse and Impunity in Papua's Central Highlands
Map of Papua and West Irian Jaya
II. Key Recommendations
Human Rights Watch urges the Indonesian government to:
Roots of the Papuan conflict
Post-Reformasi: A Bumpy and Uncertain Transition to Special Autonomy
IV. Restrictions on Access to Papua
V. Human Rights Violations in the Central Highlands
Extra judicial executions and other abuses during sweeping operations
Brimob operations in Tolikara..
Brimob operations in Puncak Jaya..
Serious human rights violations by the police..
2005 flag raising..
The arrest of David Hubi
Mulia DPRD Demonstration..
Shootings in Waghete..
Police Killing of Man in Wamena..
Police Beating of Man in Apalapsili
TNI Beating of Two Men..
TNI beating of uncle of rape victim...
TNI Assault in Jayawijaya..
TNI Beating of Youths in Piramid..
Violence Against Women and Girls and Other Violations of Women's Rights
TNI Rape of 16-year-old girl
Rape as retaliation for alleged links to the OPM...
VI. Impunity and Lack of Accountability for Abuses
Impunity for security forces in Papua: Prominent cases
Mechanisms for Accountability
Prosecuting members of the police..
Impact of the Human Rights Courts
Conclusion: Impunity Persists
To the Government of the Indonesian Republic:
To the Government and the National Police of the Republic of Indonesia (POLRI):
To Papuan community leaders:
Appendix I: Glossary of Indonesian Terms