Moses is a researcher and tutor at the University of Papua New Guinea’s (UPNG) School of Business and Public Policy. He has published widely on PNG’s issues including human rights, capital punishment, higher education programs, and mobile data prices, on The Interpreter (Lowy Institute), DevPolicy Blog (Australian National University), and Eleos Justice (Monash University). Moses’ articles have been republished and featured in PNG’s three major newspapers, PNG Report Magazine, and Fiji Times, and he has presented at conferences such asUPNG’s and ANU’s PNG Update. Moses spoke at the 8th World Congress Against the Death Penalty, Berlin, Germany, November 15-18, 2022.
He holds a degree in Public Policy Management (UPNG) and completed a Master of Economics and Public Policy (UPNG) under a scholarship from the Development Policy Centre, ANU.