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Solidarity Protests for ‘Witness K’ and Bernard Collaery

Melbourne: 11am Wednesday 25 July 2018 | Outside the Commonwealth Offices, Treasury Place, (off Spring St)
Sydney: 11am Wednesday 25 July 2018 | Near the Commonwealth Parliament Offices, cnr Phillip and Bents Streets.
Darwin: 12 noon, Wednesday 25 July 2018 | NT House, Cnr Mitchell and Bennett Streets
(The Canberra protest has been cancelled)

Timorese patience and determination pays off – new treaty set to establish permanent maritime boundaries for the first time

East Timor’s decision to drag the Australian Government to “compulsory conciliation” at the UN has paid off – a new and better treaty is set to be signed next week.

We're getting there!

Dear friends
As you may have seen, the governments of Australia and Timor Leste have agreed on a framework for a new treaty that will finally establish permanent maritime boundaries between our two nations.

Significant progress in Timor Sea negotiations

In what has been described as a “breakthrough” by the two governments, Australia and East Timor have reached an agreement for the framework of a new treaty that will finally set permanent maritime boundaries between the two countries.

Stop stealing East Timor’s oil: Community delegation travels to Parliament House with clear message for the Australian Government

Fair minded Australians from Timor Sea Justice Campaign groups from around the country will this week gather in Canberra to hold a protest in the capital city and meet with politicians. 

Fifteen years after independence East Timor is still waiting for Australia to set permanent maritime boundaries

As East Timor today celebrates the 15th anniversary of its independence, solidarity activists in Australia are renewing a push for the Australian Government to belatedly establish permanent maritime boundaries with its tiny neighbour.