Stolen: A Journey Home in Photographs and Memories
During Indonesia’s occupation of Timor-Leste, thousands of East Timorese children..
Long Journey Home: The Stolen Children of Timor-Leste
Between 2013 and 2016 AJAR and its civil society partners..
Reuniting Timor Leste Children Stolen by Indonesia
This article was written by Galuh Wandita, Director of Asia..
Briefing Papers on the Legacy of Mass Torture and the Challenge for Reform in Asia
Based on AJAR’s work with Legal Clinic Myanmar, Wimutti Volunteer..
Stone & Flower: A Guide to Understanding and Action for Women Survivors
"Stone & Flower: A Guide to Understanding and Action for..
Enduring Impunity: Women Surviving Atrocities in the Absence of Justice
Enduring Impunity captures the images and voices of 140 women..
Inconvenient Truth: The Fate of the Chega! and Per Memoriam Ad Spem Reports on Timor-Leste
Ten years after the Chega! report and seven years after..
Remembering My Beloved, Remembering My Pain: Victims of Atrocities Collect Photographs and Stories to Push for Change
For a quarter-century, the people of Aceh and East Timor..