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This In Brief argues that PNG’s reliance on the State of Emergency and lockdowns to contain COVID-19 is proving difficult due to years of government negligence that have led to both poor health inf
This In Brief presents a case study of a toll-free police telephone service that has been established in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
In developed countries, emergency services such as the police can be telephoned during time-critical incidents. Response times are generally good, depending on competing simultaneous demands.
Little is known about the use of mobile phones for sharing music content in Melanesia, particularly creative content produced within the region.
The first coronavirus Covid-19 case entered Papua New Guinea on 13 March 2020. Whether it will spread is a critical question, but it is likely.
This paper revisits the development models promoted in recent national plans in PNG, the influences that framed their ambitious visions and their compatibility with the earlier NGDPs.
This In Brief examines a key Chinese government document written in the lead up to the November 2018 APEC meeting in Port Moresby and published in January 2019. The 2018 Guide
This book presents an analysis of legal, administrative and political issues arising from the complex arrangements for the conduct of the Bougainville referendum.
Michael Jacobsen, ‘Human Rights and Cultural Specificity: The Case of Papua New Guinea’, IR Working Paper 1994/8, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School o
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