The Foundation for the International People’s Tribunal on the 1965 Crimes against Humanity in Indonesia (hereafter ‘IPT 1965’) was formally established in March 2014. 1 The hearings of the Tribunal were held in November 2015 in the Netherlands. The Final Report of the Panel of Judges was presented in July 2016 and was published in early 2017. This ad hoc Tribunal was organised to break the silence around the crimes against humanity committed by the Indonesian military as it rose to power during the aftermath of the actions of the 30 September Movement on 1 October 1965 (see Melvin, this volume). It also sought to lay bare the continued humiliation and stigma faced by its victims, and to expose the impunity the perpetrators have enjoyed until the present day.