Pacific

Envisioning Pacific futures

NOTE: THIS IS NOW AN ONLINE EVENT

An oceanic engine-room? Leaders of a global island alliance? What could the Pacific of the future look like? Join five of DPA’s newest PhD scholars in this fast-paced session exploring the possibilities the next generation of Pacific thinkers envisage for our blue continent.

Each presenter will give a short presentation answering the question: In your ideal world, what could the Pacific of the future look like?

Panellists

  • Leituala Kuiniselani Tago

  • Jope Tarai

Fulbright scholar to tackle criminal deportation in the Pacific

Henrietta McNeill believes language is the key to unlocking the barriers faced by people in the Pacific who have been criminally deported.

Recording now live: Post-referendum consultations between the PNG and Bougainville governments

On 1st July 2021, DPA hosted a seminar on the post-referendum consultations between the PNG and Bougainville governments.

Research-Policy Nexus: New Developments about Pacific Studies in China

This presentation is part of the DPA seminar series

Research on China’s diplomacy and other activities in the Pacific has grown in recent years. What is less discussed is the rapid development of Pacific Studies and related activities in China. Based on the author’s original research, this seminar will discuss these developments and focus on the research-policy nexus.

About the speaker

Helping Family and Sexual Violence Survivors in Papua New Guinea: Evaluation of Femili PNG, Lae Operations 2014-2020

The key evaluation questions covered whether the Lae operations of Femili PNG was achieving the organisation’s four strategic priorities, which relate to service delivery and organisational resilie

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