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This two-part series is based on a speech given on 28 May 2018 at the Australia Awards Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Parliament of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Law and order issues feature prominently in public debate in Papua New Guinea. Concerns centre around criminal violence and the limited effectiveness of state controls.
In November 2018, the territorial community of New Caledonia
will determine whether to become an independent
state or remain under French sovereignty. With less than one
Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste both have new coalition governments following mid-year parliamentary elections, but the processes that produced them and the outcomes could not be more dissimilar.
This In Brief is the second in a series on the process of developing
a new constitution in the Solomon Islands. It looks at recent
dialogues and resolutions, and shows how some historical
This In Brief is the first in a two-part series that discusses a critical
aspect of the Solomon Islands (SI) internal peace process
through the development of a new constitution. It provides a
Fiji’s new parliament that emerged in 2014 after eight years
of military rule revived the prospects for parliamentary
democracy in that country. However, concerns have been
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