John Ondawame

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John Otto Ondawame (lahir 30 November 1953 – meninggal 4 September 2014 pada umur 60 tahun) adalah seorang akademisi dan aktivis gerakan pembebasan Papua Barat. Ia adalah kepala Kantor Perwakilan Organisasi Papua Merdeka di Port Vila, Vanuatu, jurubicara internasional untuk Organisasi Papua Merdeka, dan anggota Dewan Presidium Papua.

Pemakaman John Ondawame di Port Vila (11 September 2014)

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  • John Otto Ondawame. ’One people, one soul’: West Papuan nationalism and the Organisasi Papua Merdeka (OPM)/Free Papua Movement. PhD, RSPAS, ANU, c. 2000. Australian Dissertations on Asia, 1999-2002. Asian Studies Association of Australia, Inc., 2002.
  • John Otto Ondawame. The Future of the Falkland Islands and Its People, in: L.L. Ivanov et al. The Future of the Falkland Islands and Its People. Sofia: Manfred Wörner Foundation, 2003. 96 pp. ISBN 954-91503-1-3 (Comparison between the self-determination in West Papua and the Falkland Islands.)
  • John Otto Ondawame. Promoting the Collective Rights of Indigenous People to Self-Determination: The West Papua Case. Regional Round Table Conference on Education of Indigenous People of the Pacific. Suva, 4–7 December 2003.
  • John Otto Ondawame. Self-Determination: Building a Better Future. Second International Conference on West Papua in Neuendettelsau, Germany, 12–17 October 2002.
  • John Ondawame and Peter King. West Papua: Exploring the Prospects of Peace with Justice. Centre for Peace and Conflict at the University of Sydney. Position Paper No. 02, 1 September 2001.
  • John Otto Ondawame. The Future of West Papua. Workshop on Autonomy and Democracy in the Asia Pacific region, ANU Darwin. March 2000.
  • John Otto Ondawame. Self-Determination in West Papua (Irian Jaya)", published in Indigenous Affairs, No:1/2000, January–March of the International Working Group for Indigenous Affairs, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • John Otto Ondawame. Now East Timor, Next West Papua. Pacific Islands Monthly, Suva, 10 October 1999.
  • John Otto Ondawame. Pengar, Makt, därför ockuperade Väst Papua (Money and Power, for this reason West Papua was occupied). Bulletin, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Stockholm, 1985.

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