In 1998, I felt very strongly about looking into problems in East Timor that nobody else seemed interested in. At that time, things were really heating up - the Indonesian government was facing massive demonstrations in Jakarta by students and it appeared that the Suharto regime was going to collapse. Students from East Timor's five major universities and the thirteen districts got together and discussed what could be done in East Timor to make change...
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