Economic Diversification and Tax Reform in Papua New Guinea

The independent Tax Review Committee (TRC) established by the Government of PNG recently completed a comprehensive review of the country’s tax system involving extensive and tra

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Economic Development in PNG

University Reform in Papua New Guinea: the Unitech Experience

Despite its age, the PNG university system is not yet mature.

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Uni Reform in PNG

New Approaches to Tackling Gender-based Violence in Papua New Guinea

Rates of family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea are among the highest in the world.

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Tackling Gender-based Violence in PNG

How the 2015-16 El Niño Drought and Frosts have Impacted the Lives of Rural Papua New Guineans

A major drought and a series of severe frosts associated with El Niño climatic conditions from mid-2015 have caused major disruption to the lives of many rural Papua New Guinean

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El Niño Drought in PNG

New Caledonia Workshop

The people of New Caledonia are expected to go to the polls in 2018 to determine whether or not to remain within the French Republic.

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