This is the second of several articles by the Lowy Institute’s Non-Resident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea Correspondent, Sean Dorney, who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth’s PNG Election Observer Mission.
This is the first of several articles for The Interpreter by Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow and former long-time Papua New Guinea correspondent Sean Dorney, who was in PNG for the elections as part of the Commonwealth's PNG Election Observer Mission.
On 17 May 2017, the Lowy Institute's Aus-PNG Network and the Australian High Commission in Papua New Guinea hosted a workshop on ‘Knowledge sharing for sustainable futures’ in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Australia and Papua New Guinea have a strong and unique relationship, with ties spanning...
The Swire Educational Trust is offering two full-scholarships to study a Masters degree in Australia commencing in February 2018, in the fields of Public Health, Environment, and Law. Applications close 18 August 2017.
Terence Wood uses the PNG Election Results Database to compare the number of female candidates in Papua New Guinean elections, and concludes that this year’s increase is part of a steady rise in women candidate numbers since at least 2007.