Vale, Guy Powles

It was with great sadness that the ANU community learned of the passing of our colleague, mentor, and friend, Guy Powles.

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Pacific Possible: Labour Mobility

Labour mobility is increasingly recognised as critical for the Pacific island region. But opportunities to migrate are unevenly distributed across the Pacific.

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Labour Mobility

Australian Data Archive Available for Pacific Researchers

The Australian Data Archive in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences holds a number of survey and census data sets of relevance to researchers working on Pacific Islands nati

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Australian Data Archive

The Trial of Ta’isi O. F. Nelson: New Zealand’s Colonial Justice and Indigenous Resistance in 1930s Sāmoa

This is a lecture about the extraordinary 1933-1934 trial of Ta’isi O. F. Nelson in Apia. The government assumed Ta’isi’s trial would be quick and surgical.

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NZ sailors removing the white strip from the Mau uniform, c. 1930.

Financing Responses to Climate Change in the Pacific

Climate finance and in particular adaptation finance has never been higher on the climate change agenda.

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Financing Responses to Climate Change in the Pacific

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