Regular readers of Green Left Weekly will be aware of our extensive coverage of developments in the struggle for democracy in the Asia Pacific region.
From its beginning six years ago, Green Left has placed particular importance on this region, especially the fight for justice and self-determination in Bougainville and East Timor, and for democracy in Indonesia. We have given these struggles priority not only because of their proximity, but because Australian governments have played and continue to play a specific role in these conflicts.
Internationally, a growing number of progressive people and organisations read Green Left to keep up to date with politics in this region. They appreciate the coverage from activists within Australia, as well as from those facing far greater danger because of their activities and correspondence.
While Green Left Weekly provides valuable information, we recognise that information without action can not change the balance in the favour of ordinary people and away from the rich and powerful.
Precisely because of its focus on action, the first conference of Action in Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor, to be held this weekend at the University of Technology in Sydney, is supported by Green Left Weekly.
ASIET members have contributed much of the information carried in Green Left over the years — information that people who care about what's going on in Indonesia and East Timor have come to rely on.
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