In all, fourteen plenary sessions which in most cases were reports on the progress of democratisation and human rights issues from the many geographic regions represented. Included in these sessions were representatives from Tahiti, New Caledonia, Fiji, Bougainville, the Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Japan, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Korea, Cambodia, Myanmar, Turkey and Nepal.
"Activism, academics and public awareness: a report on the Asia-Pacific Solidarity Conference April 10-13,1998,"
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