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Three civil society activists from Indonesia and four from the Philippines were detained by Bali police for more than 12 hours starting Friday November 18 at 3:00 afternoon until 4:15 am November 19.

The incident happened after the local police clamped down on a rally that passed several foreign Consulate offices in Bali including those of the US and Japan on the morning of Friday, 18 November 2011. The rally was organized by Indonesian Civil Society Coalition to coincide with the ASEAN Summit attended by world's most powerful countries' leaders including Barack Obama.

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More than 500 activists marched to protest the ASEAN Summit and to express calls concerning climate change issues as well as raise concerns over various issues involving people's sovereignty in the South East Asian region.

Activists March to US Embassy in Bali to Protest ASEAN Summit

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The meeting sought to exchange ideas and information on developments on the climate issue, discuss the situation and initiatives in the country as well as develop strategies to strengthen the campaign on climate.

Indonesian Groups Meet for Study and Strategy Meeting on Climate

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We, Indonesian people, representations of peasants, workers, migrant workers, fisher folk, indigenous people, women, students, urban poor, consumers, human rights activists, gather in Denpasar, Bali from 16-18 November 2011. We organize series of action to express our concerns on Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Bali.

ASEAN has become a free market, rent seeking and natural resources exploitation. The whole exploitation activities, with the interventions of the elites are now becoming official and more dangerous in global communities. With its close historical connection with the US and its allies, ASEAN is continuously used as a tool to implement the global capitalism agenda.

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The workshop aimed to develop a collective understanding, analysis and critique of the ASEAN Energy Policy as well as to take stock of how the policy relates to the individual country energy policies of ASEAN member states.

Indonesian and Philippine Groups Discuss ASEAN Energy Policy in Study Workshop