Dr. Eric Kwa's address to the Development Policy Centre in November 2017 outlines how improving governance in PNG is essential to its future development, and discusses the importance of anti-corruption laws and the soon to be established Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).
Alex 'Sandy' McLachlan writes an insightful piece on youth NGO Oaktree's report into young people in PNG, the 'youth bulge', and how the community and PNG government must act to tackle the problems the youth bulge is presenting to PNG's future development.
In the second part of her investigation into sorcery-based violence in PNG, Michelle Nayahamui Rooney looks at how governments are tackling the problem and the problem of developing efficient funding strategies to combat it.
Lisa Cornish from Devex looks at how indigenous businesses in Australia are helping the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to improve their development programs in nations where the people have strong ties to land and culture.
Welcome to the Aus-PNG Network’s first quarterly newsletter. The Network is an initiative to build stronger connections between Australia and Papua New Guinea, aiming to raise awareness of the relationship between the two nations, share knowledge, and facilitate people-to-people connections. The...