Monday 21 May 2012 at 16;00
Self-Determination for West Papuans- Talk by Benny Wenda, West Papuan Independence Leader
Speaker: Benny Wenda, Charles Foster and Jennifer Robinson
Venue: Oxford Law Faculty The Cube
Benny Wenda is West Papua's exiled independence leader, and a tireless campaigner for the rights of his people. He will talk about his personal struggles against the Indoneseian Government and narrate the story of West Papua's freedom movement. More information is available at http://www.bennywenda.org/
Charles Foster is a writer, barrister, traveler, and fellow at Green Templeton College, specializing in Medical Law and Ethics. He has been associated with the West Papuan movement for almsot a decade.
Jennifer Robinson is an international human rights lawyer and Director of Legal Advocacy at the Bertha Foundation in London. She has worked as a legal-aid volunteer at the Institute for Advocacy and Study of Human Rights in West Papua.
For more information please contact: Avani Bansal
Organised by Oxford University in conjunction with Oxford Pro Bono Publico