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Suciwati Munir (born 28 March 1968) is an Indonesian human rights activist whose continues her late husband, Munir Said Thalib, The Right Livelihood Award-winning human rights activist after he was murdered on board of Garuda Indonesia flight, when he was about to undertake his International Law studies in Utrecht. She's also the founder of the Indonesian museum Omah Munir, founded in 2013, and the campaign titled "Menolak Lupa" or "Refuse to Forget", which in order to persuade people not to forgot what her husband, Munir has done for Indonesia.
- http://poty.sindonews.com/view/47/8/suciwati-istri-pejuang-hak-asasi-manusia-munir (in Indonesian)
- https://katakamidotcom.wordpress.com/news/munir-cahaya/ (in Indonesian)
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