Indonesian police officers man a security check point near the Freeport mine in Timika, Papua province. (AAP)
Amnesty International is calling on Prime Minister Julia Gillard to use upcoming meetings with Indonesia to address alleged rights abuses in Papua.
Amnesty International is calling on Prime Minister Julia Gillard to use meetings at the East Asia Summit in Bali to press Indonesia into addressing concerns of abuse and violence in Papua.
Ms Gillard is also expected to meet with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono following the conclusion of the summit.
Amnesty International spokesman Josef Benedict told Aileen Phillips, while trade and development will be on the agenda, he hopes there is room for discussions on human rights.