wanted to provide information about the growing numbers of people and organisations in Indonesia who were involved in attempts to bring about social and political change amidst the very repressive conditions at that time under the Suharto regime.
It evolved from a group of Melbourne-based activists and academics who perceived Australian media's misinformation and continued lack of coverage of Indonesia affairs. The group were known when they started in 1983 as the Indonesian Resources and Information Program (IRIP).
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