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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.
This report covers the research undertaken in the Papua New Guinea highlands as part of the much larger
project, Do No Harm: Understanding the Relationship between Women’s Economic Empowerment and
Papua New Guinea went to the polls in June–July 2017 for its
ninth general election since independence. Despite a record
number of women standing — around five per cent of the
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 describes a recent, localised pilot study on the Skouw border post in Jayapura, Indonesia.
This paper draws on research undertaken in 2015 among coffee smallholders in Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea (PNG), focusing specifically on some of the challenges faced by women cof
Drawing on research in the Papua New Guinea (PNG) highlands as part of the Do No Harm (DNH) project, this In Brief examines some of the challenges women face in escaping violent relationships.
This is the last In Brief in a four-part series that summarises
key findings from an analysis of reports of sorcery accusation–
related violence (SARV) in national newspaper articles and
This is the third In Brief of a four-part series on the findings
from a quantitative analysis of media and case law relating
to sorcery accusation–related violence (SARV) in Papua
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