We need to get the voices of the people of West Papua heard around the world. Join in their cry for freedom "Papua Medeka!".
In the boxes below are a number of actions you can take to help the people of West Papua.
The Free West Papua Campaign regularly holds events all around the world to raise awareness, support and funds for the cause and we encourage everyone available to come to these to and invite others to come also.
Ask your political representative to join the International Parliamentarians for West Papua (IPWP) and call for the UN to recognise West Papua's right to independence.
Please contact the Indonesian police in Manokwari, Biak and Wamena and call upon them to immediately release the West Papuans who were arrested last week during the demonstrations, and to stop threatening and oppressing the West Papuan people.
Call for all UK supporters to contact their MP and ask them to join the All Party Parliamentary Group on West Papua.
Please support the Free West Papua Campaign by making a donation of any amount. All money raised through private donations goes directly to core campaign costs and to support those suffering in West Papua
Please sign this new petition calling for United Nations Human Rights inspectors to be allowed access to West Papua. Together, we will get the UN to act and find out the truth about the genocide and illegal occupation of West Papua. #FreeWestPapua
Help to Take Action for West Papua by downloading a wide variety of Campaign Materials including leaflets, letters and posters. They are high resolution and print/download-ready.
Help to support the cause by spreading the message with Free West Papua T-Shirts, flags and other merchandise; remembering the people of West Papua who are not free to show support for their own freedom.
Sign the new petition released by the global campaigning community Avaaz calling on the Indonesian President to allow foreign journalists into West Papua.
Join the international call for media freedom in West Papua. Please request your government to pressure Indonesia to allow access to West Papua for international journalists.