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Topic: Timor Leste

July 29th, 2016

News Round-Up 29/07/16

News from HART
  • Read Charlie Hart’s account of the Modern Slavery Garden that won Gold at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show here.
  • Volunteer and fundraise for HART this summer! See here for ways you can get involved.
  • A summit this week brought together seventeen leaders of different rebel groups in the war ravaged town of Kachin, close to the border of China.

April 1st, 2016

News Round Up 1/4/16

News from HART
  • The shortlist for the HART Prize for Human Rights has been chosen! Thank you to all entrants who participated – we have thoroughly enjoyed the broad spectrum and extremely high quality of your work ranging from art and essays to documentaries and musical compositions.

February 12th, 2016

HART News Round-up 12/2/16

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February 5th, 2016

HART News Round-up 5/2/16

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December 18th, 2015

HART Weekly News Round-Up 18/12/15

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November 24th, 2015

Indonesia and Timor-Leste: from Occupation to Cooperation

In a recent interview, Timor-Leste’s Prime Minister Rui Maria De Araujo characterised the relationship between Timor-Leste and Indonesia as ‘mature’, having steadily improved over the thirteen years since Timor-Leste’s independence. This blog will explore the history between the two nations up to present-day circumstances....

November 13th, 2015

Weekly News Round-Up (13/11/2015)


October 16th, 2015

World Food Day 2015

World Food Day was established in 1979 to honour the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) branch of the UN, created in 1945. A theme is selected each year to highlight an area for action. 1986 focused on Fisherman and Fishing Communities; 1991 celebrated Trees for life; 1998 concentrated on how Women feed the world whilst 2002 revolved around water as a source of food security....

September 4th, 2015

Weekly News Round-Up (04/09/15)

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October 29th, 2014

Timor Leste: The Limits of International Peacekeeping

The percentage of post-conflict countries that recede back into violence is estimated to be anything from 20 to 56%. We can all agree that the figure – wherever it lies in that range – is not good enough and demonstrates unresolved problems with peacekeeping efforts across the world....
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