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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Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands Forum: A Critical Review

When the idea of a regional organization oriented to political issues concerning the Pacific islands was first mooted almost half a century ago, it was thought that the particip

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Climage Change and Migration in the Pacific: Options for Tuvalu and the Marshall Islands

As climate change impacts, particularly rising sea levels, manifest, there is a high probability that some island populations will be faced with the need to relocate.

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Tanna: Film Screening with Q&A

Tanna co-director Martin Butler joins us to discuss the storied process of bringing the people and culture of Vanuatu to the big screen for the very first time.

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Future Directions in Citizenship Participation, Leadership Accountability and National Security in Papua New Guinea

The PNG Canberra Students Association, with sponsorship from the ANU Pacific Institute, presents a panel discussion in commemoration of Papua New Guinea’s 41st Independence Day.

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