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Program summary [in preparation]

Provisional caption.

Placeholder for McIntosh key documents / exhibits.

Correspondence on role of the Australian government delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Geneva, in early 1985

Published by Sydney's Campaign for an Independent East Timor (Denis Freney).

Published by Australian Council for Overseas Aid. Nos ??

Published by The Indonesia Human Rights Campaign (UK). Bulletins Nos 58 - ??

Clips from British, Portuguese media.

Copies of articles, Editorials from significant US Newspapers.

Clips from Far Eastern Economic Review, Asian Wall Street Journal etc

A few (mainly English-language Jakarta Post) clippings

Includes AP and Reuters reports

In 3 folders. A miscellaneous collection without particular strengths.Predominantly 1981-1986. Folder 3/3 consists of Parliamentary Library transcripts of electronic media items.

Declaration of independence of Acheh, Sumatra - issued 4 December 1976.

1976? NZ CIET pamphlet; interview fragment on then NZ Prime Minister Lange.

Mostly texts of letters, initiatives and statements from US legislators such as Tony Hall, Dave Durenberger. Also includes Chomsky's November 1978 statement to UN Decolonisation Committee; media release from US Catholic Conference on its letter of…

Miscellaneous media items, letters from European government and non-government sources. Includes the Dutch Komitee Indonesie 1985 listing of ET political prisoners held in Java.

Material from Tapol, Catholic Institute for International Relations, Lord Avebury, Parliamentary Human Rights Group.

Portuguese Government statements (e.g. to UN General Assembly and European Parliament) and letters on issues such as sea-bed boundary.

International Red Cross reports on its work in Timor. Includes the politically significant September, October 1983 reports.

Official UN documents including 1984-5 UN Sec-Gen progress reports on Question of East Timor; also letter to John Birch.

Miscellany including 1974 newsletters by Indonesian Embassy in Australia, 1976 GoI booklet "Decolonization in East Timor", Foreign Minister Mochtar's famous 1983 defence of Grenada's right to self-determination following US armed intervention;…

Includes miscellaneous collection of media material based on interviews with then ET Governor Mario Carrascalao.

Various documents (many in Portuguese) describing particular events or situations inside Timor.

Includes documents from various Timorese community organisations inside and (mostly) outside Timor. One 'inside' document is an "E.T. youth appeal for solidarity" directed to a visiting official of the Indonesian Scouts organisation. Also contains…

Includes text of letters from Monsignor Belo and former Apostolic Administrator Lopes.

Includes copies of latters, media releases, policy and other documents from the Resistance inside Timor and its external representatives. Authors include Horta (most), Abilio Araujo, Radio Maubere, Fretilin.

Includes items from Jim Dunn, Rob Wesley-Smith and Herb Feith.

Miscellaneous collection of materials from East Timor Activist organisations such as AETA, ACET, CIET, CISET, Friends of East Timor, etc.

Mostly material from ACFOA, including its original 1975 post-civil war report on Timor and the report of the controversial ACFOA-initiated "Traill Commission". Includes issues of ACFOA's East Timor Report newsletter, and copy of booklet Eastern…

Papers prepared by the Legislative Research Service of the Federal Parlaimentary Library. Most written by Jim Dunn.

Media releases, letters, documents from (mostly Labor) Members - eg a 1978 media release by then Labor Opposition spokesman critical of Fraser Government's exclusion from Australia of Jose Ramos Horta. Of note: Ken Fry's report on his 1976 visit to…

Miscellaneous collection of letters, media releases, statements from governement Ministers and Departments.

Misc submissions + other material. Some are duplicates.

Includes correspondence to McIntosh about the Enquiry from Jolliffe and Waddingham, letter from McIntosh to Philip Eldridge. Copy and translation of ICRC letter to Horta concerning Whitlam's visit to East Timor in March 1982.

Collection of background documents used by McIntosh during Committee proceedings.

Copies of submissions (with some annotations) taken by McIntosh to Committee Hearings.

Copies of submissions (with some annotations) taken by McIntosh to Committee Hearings.

Copies of submissions (with some annotations) taken by McIntosh to Committee Hearings.

Copies of submissions (with some annotations) taken by McIntosh to Committee Hearings.

Submissions and additional material from variety of organisations and individuals, including Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace as well as Foreign Affairs and Immigration Departments. Supplements original written and verbal testimony.

Includes original hand-written translations of Portuguese-language materials from inside East Timor which were included in some West Australian submissions to the Inquiry.

Copies of submissions by West Australians - given directly to McIntosh for lodgement with Committee Secretariat. Folder includes list of submissions.

In 3 folders. Official copies of submissions sent to McIntosh by Committee Secretariat. Ordered into groups by McIntosh's personal staff. Folder includes listing of submissions.

In 2 folders. Official copies of submissions sent to McIntosh by Committee Secretariat. Ordered into groups by McIntosh's personal staff. Folder includes listing of submissions.

Official copies of submissions sent to McIntosh by Committee Secretariat. Ordered into groups by McIntosh's personal staff. Folder includes listing of submissions.

In 2 folders. Official copies of submissions sent to McIntosh by Committee Secretariat. Ordered into groups by McIntosh's personal staff. Folder includes listing of submissions.

In 3 folders. Official copies of submissions sent to McIntosh by Committee Secretariat. Ordered into groups by McIntosh's personal staff. Folder includes listing of submissions.

Includes official transcripts and original speech notes on tabling of Report, the Government's response to the report and McIntosh's subsequent comments.

In 4 folders.Transcripts of non-public evidence given "in camera" to the Committee.

In 6 folders. Volumes include submissions and transcripts of evidence of individuals and organisations appearing before Committee in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin, Hobart (incomplete). Also 2-vol. Hansard Transcript of evidence (total 1773 p.)…

Includes schedules for committee hearings; lists and summaries of submissions; internal correspondence - including discussion of draft report.

In 3 folders. Five successive drafts of the final Committee report. From April 1983 (annotated) to September 1983.

Published version of Committee's Report: "The Human Rights and Conditions of the People of East Timor." September 1983. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. 106 p. Chaired by McIntosh Feb-Sep 1983. (2 copies in folder.)

Miscellaneous collection of media and other material featuring or quoting McIntosh.

Originial texts or copies of media statements and 'Letters to the Editor'.

Papers prepared for circulation to interested people and organisations. Includes two papers on Hawke government's handling of East Timor.

Miscellaneous collection of talk notes, draft comments.

Original text of speeches in a range of forums.

McIntosh's questions asked "without notice" and "on notice" in the Senate (incomplete record). Includes draft questions, original ministerial replies, background material.

MGD Hansard 1974-1975
Photocopy of all McIntosh's contributions to proceedings in the Senate chamber (i.e. includes non-Timor material). One folder containing multiple folders of unsorted Hansard items.

Contains letter to PM Whitlam by parliamentarians (including McIntosh) in August 1975; 9-page report by Arthur Gietzelt and Ken Fry of visit to Timor in September 1975. Also a Fretilin media statement (13 Sep 1975) on the situation following the end…

Divided into two folders. Folder 1 has media coverage of McIntosh visit to New Zealand in Feb 1977; folder 2 has background articles, including copies of Timor Information Service up to end 1976, copy of Helen Hill's The Timor Story, and Australian…

Includes Senate motion texts; letters lobbying for inquiry.

Includes McIntosh discussion paper on Labor government and ALP policy, with 'Answering the Apologists: Responses to common myths..' on annexation of East Timor; media clippings.

Includes correspondence, draft proposals, State and National foreign policy resolutions.

Includes contact address lists, internal office organisation materials.

Background on controversy over authenticity of Monsignor Belo letter highly critical of human rights situation.

Miscellaneous materials, mostly correspondence with individuals in London, Portugal, European Parliament. Includes business cards of contacts, Jill Jolliffe's notes on Lisbon itinerary.

Background materials on the arrest and disappearance of three Timorese students in Jakarta. Includes McIntosh correspondence, Senate statements and questions.

Mainly specific case files; some broader notes and correspondence on policy issues.

Background materials on restablishment by Australian activists of radio contact with the armed resistance in Timor. (See also: Correspondence - Australian Government). Includes comprehensive set of McIntosh correspondence in support of granting a…

Correspondence (including Roger Clarke and Portuguese ambassador), collected papers and media reportage, speech notes and various Senate proceedings transcripts (such as McIntosh's adjournment speech 20 March 1986 and response from Senator Evans).

Working materials, drafts, final texts of collective letters sent by concerned Labor federal polticians. Predominantly internal organisational notes on establishement of the federal Labor Parliamentarians East Timor Forum. McIntosh's office played a…

McIntosh was the Labor Party's representative on the Parliamentary Delegation to the UN General Assembly. Folder includes McIntosh lobbying for membership of delegation, report on his UN experience, collected materials (including Vanuatu's Walter…

Contents originally in lever arch fiolder carried by McIntosh to UN. Includes correspondence on McIntosh's appearance before the UN Fourth Committee, submissions by other petitioners (such as Australian Catholic Relief, Minority Rights Group,…

McIntosh petitioned the UN Decolonisation Committee in November 1982. Folder contains speech notes, UN press summaries of petitions, Federal Parliamentary Labor Party petition to UN, correspondence, other collected materials.

McIntosh was a member of a Parliamentary Delegation visit to Indonesia in June-July 1976. Material includes unofficial backgrounder material on East Timor, official schedule with written annotations, Senate discussion on Delegation report, and…

Includes original typescript of McIntosh's report of visit to Timor as part of Labor Government Caucus Committee; also the official Report by the Caucus FADC. File also contains pamphlets, photographs and other material collected; records of…

Correspondents include organisations such as Human Rights Council of Australia, Free Aceh, Republic of South Moluccas Movement, Free Papua Movement, LBH, United Nations Association, Community Aid Abroad, 2/2nd Commando Association and individual…

Partial set of correspondence with journalist Jill Jolliffe, Portugal. Includes records of media statements by Bill Hayden whilst in Lisbon (Sep 1984) and two Fretilin documents (ca. Sep 1984) describing military and security situation in East Timor.

Correspondence with Mrs J Herrera from Queensland and later as convenor of the Hobart East Timor Committee.

Correspondence with Pat Walsh, John Waddingham

Exchanges with Professor Roger Clark on international legal issues, particularly the Australia - East Timor seabed boundary

Communications with Lord Avebury, House of Lords, U.K. and Carmel Budiarjo, Tapol, UK.

Correspondence with Australian and international Timor activist organisations and individuals.

Correspondence with New Zealand parliamentarians.

Correspondents include Tony Hall, Paul Tsongas.

Correspondents include Prime Minister Cavaco Silva, Foreign Minister Jaime Gama and Portugal's Ambassador to Australia. Also contains report of the Non-Permanent Commission for the Following Up of the Situation in East Timor (Nov. 1986; 41 pages).

Correspondence with UN Secretary-General's Office.

Correspondence with East Timorese political leaders, community leaders and members.

Includes letters supporting McIntosh's decision to dissent from the official report of the delegation, and McIntosh's letter to the Prime Minister about his dissenting report.

McIntosh correspondence with individuals concerning but outside the official proceedings of the 1982 Senate Inquiry into East Timor.

Correspondence with (mostly) Labor Party colleagues. Includes telegram from Ken Fry (May 1977) reporting CIET Darwin's success in establishing radio contact with Fretilin; also McIntosh's note (Nov. 1978) to colleagues on use of the term Comrade.

McIntosh communications with government ministers and officials.

Includes internal McIntosh office notes on contentious elements of final report.

Contains transcript of ABC Background Briefing programme analysing the visit. Also includes sheaf of Australian media reports on the Delegation's visit.

Proof copy of Hansard record of tabling speeches in the Senate and House of Representatives (Morrison, Dobie - incomplete).

Three copies with annotations by McIntosh's research staff (Steve Wakeham and John Waddingham).

Research notes and drafts for McIntosh's dissenting report. Also includes some records on McIntosh's complaint of unethical behaviour of Delegation leader Bill Morrison, incorporating criticism of dissenting report in the Delegation's formal report.
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