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State of the Pacific 2018: Reporting the Pacific

This session will bring together Pacific- and Australian-based journalists and editors to discuss the state of media in the Pacific and ask the que

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State of the Pacific 2018: Pacific Criminology

Research into crime and justice in the Pacific Islands region over the past few decades has largely lacked explicit engagement with the discipline

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State of the Pacific 2018: Young People, the State and Development in Melanesia

While there is increasing recognition of the primacy of youth as a development issue across Melanesia surprisingly little focussed attention has be

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State of the Pacific 2018: Women’s Economic Empowerment and Gender Equality in the Pacific

Women make a huge contribution to Pacific economies, through formal, informal, subsistence and domestic labour and activities.

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State of the Pacific 2018: Labour Mobility: Learn from the Past, Look to the Future

Through discussion of new investments and engagement, and presentation of new and long-term research, this session will explore opportunities and c

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State of the Pacific 2018 - Pacific Resilience: Broadening the Agenda

This panel will take a critical look at the practical implementation of programs and policies aimed at boosting resilience in the Pacific islands,

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State of the Pacific 2018: Celebrating 50 years of the University of the South Pacific

After 50 years as the premier university of the Pacific islands region, the University of the South Pacific (USP) has achieved much and is now one

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State of the Pacific 2018: Managing Constituency Development Funds in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea

Public funds allocated to Members of Parliament to spend in their electorates can be referred to as Constituency Development Funds (CDFs).

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