After 49 years representing the people of the East Sepik Province in the Papua New Guinea Parliament, the man who led PNG to Independence, the Grand Chief, Sir Michael Somare, has retired.
30 May 2017
After 49 years representing the people of the East Sepik Province in the Papua New Guinea Parliament, the man who led PNG to Independence, the Grand Chief, Sir Michael Somare, has retired. In this interview, recorded after Sir Michael’s farewell address to the Papua New Guinea Press Club, Sir...
26 April 2017
Sensim Pasin, a film and campaign about appreciating gender in PNG produced by Papua New Guinea Tribal Foundation is being screened in Melbourne in May and around Australia nationally.
16 March 2017
Tom Cunningham, winner of the Do Kokoda and High Sierra Ultimate Adventurer competition trekked the Kokoda Trail in September 2016. The first person to ever take a drone on the trek, Tom captured the beauty of the landscape and shared his Kokoda experience.
2 March 2017
Women’s interest in politics has increased; however, participation has remained stagnant over the years. UNDP is running Practice Parliment sessions for 50 women.
7 February 2017
In September 2015, after a 15 years period of implementation, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), were put to rest in favor of a new set of principles known as the Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) with the objective of leaving “no one behind” in the race to eradicate poverty worldwide....
23 October 2016
Education manager Petra discusses KTF programs in Papua New Guinea.
5 October 2016
Student profiles from the 2015 Australia Awards Celebrations via DFAT.
22 June 2016
My Place is a digital storytelling project about place and belonging as part of the ABC's coverage of Indigenous stories for NAIDOC Week. Video courtesy of ABC RN.
24 May 2016
The announcement of suspension of Semester One has not dampened the spirit of the students to pursue their cause. Video courtesy of EMTV Online.
4 February 2016
The magnitude of gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea is extremely high. Find out more at odi.org.