War in the Balim tradition (anthropological analysis of communal conflicts, by: Dr. Albertus Heriyanto M, si)

SUARAFAJARTIMUR.COM. The opening of the academic year STFT East Dawn Abepura-Papua, held on Saturday, 8 August 2020 at 08:00-10:03 Papua time. In this public lecture the general Thema is: a war in the tradition of Balim (anthropological analysis of communal conflicts, by: Dr. Albertus Heriyanto M, si).
The arrangement of the agenda passed together is-at 06.00: The Eucharistic celebration at the home of each study, led by the head of the study house. At 07.00: Breakfast. 08.00-10.00: Year opening
Academic on-line. The opening prayer was led by Pastor Harsono and continued his speech from the school chairman STFT East Dawn Abepura-Papua (Pastor Dr. Yanuarius T. M. You).
Directly the head of the school greeted all the academic civitas STFT of the East Dawn and invited all to make all the works, Ministry, coursework and all our shortcomings to Almighty God. On 08 August It also took the opportunity to greet the predecessors in the work and his dedication to STFT East Dawn, especially the lecturers in the protection of the Lord Jesus himself.
Mariah we opened the academic year 2020/2021 with Word built STFT East Dawn.
The inaugural lecture was also directly guided by Anton Resubun (host) and Moderator of BPK Francis Guna. And a public lecture by Mr. Albertus Heriyanto. First lecture title: War in Baliem tradition. Analysis of anthopological communal conflicts. An understanding of anthropology. Like looking at the world through windows. What we see is limited. Understand the events in the cultural context and then conduct a reflective analysis.
In anthropological research, it should be sensitive to small approaches. The tribal warfare pattern could evolve out of a small community to a big Commonwealth with others.
This material results in the research of direct speakers in the field (Wamena). Through this material open the student’s insight understands the concept of customary war of causes until the peace process.
So the Melanesian people in Papua have a specific way of resolving conflicts. Practical traits the concept of conflict resolution of the Melanesian people in Papua such as: Sit together both groups in the fight and talk (negotiations), find and find solutions together in a peaceful situation. They greatly appreciate others and their existence is both existential and essential because they are substantially as equally human.
A great conflict can resolve in a humane manner by prioritizing the value of humanity to appreciate dignity as a rational being.
Is the concept of traditional conflict resolution of the Melanesian people in Papua, can resolve the political conflict between Melanesia in Papua and Jakarta in Indonesia in the value of NKRI?
That’s a common question about the conflict situation in Papua.
Reporter: Peter Boga