Fresh calls have been made for the New Zealand government to end its three-year $6.34 million project training Indonesian police who are involved in the military occupation and repression of the West Papua region.
The government’s police training programme was slated by Pacific and local community leaders and activists at a recent conference held at AUT University to commemorate international Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific (NFIP) day.
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