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- Pacific Beat: Tuesday
- Indonesian fugitive who was granted PNG citizenship caught after decade on the run
- Could criminals be taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to smuggle drugs through the Pacific?
- Deal allowing 170 Vanuatu workers to work on Australian mango farms very close
- Australian community ravaged by bushfire amazed by PNG donation of more than $60,000
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The Department of History invites applications for a permanent appointment in Pacific History, at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. The successful applicant will join a dynamic department with a commitment to thematic, transnational and/or comparative historical research and training. We … Continue reading
[English text summary below] In diesem Video teilen Dr Christine Winter (Universität Sydney) und Dr Gabriele Richter (Universität Bremen) Erinnerungen an ihren Doktorvater Hank Nelson, Professor für Pazifische Geschichte an der Australian National University, der 2012 verstorben ist. Von speziellem … Continue reading
APIA, 24 APRIL 2013 (SPREP media release) — The Lui Bell Post-Graduate Scholarship for Marine Species Conservation was launched by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) today in honour of the life and work of the late … Continue reading
Applications are now open for the 2014 round of Australia Awards Scholarships. Information for applicants, (including details of who to contact with scholarship inquiries and cut-off-dates for applications) are available on AusAID’s website. You may also view eligibility and other … Continue reading
State, Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM) Program seeks to appoint up to eight early to mid-career scholars, with ongoing research interests in Melanesia or Timor-Leste. SSGM seeks scholars with backgrounds in political science, anthropology, human geography, law, gender studies and … Continue reading
The UNDP is looking for an implementing partner (International Non-Governmental Organisation) for the Pacific Resilience Programme, based in Fiji [read more].
The Pacific Institute congratulates ANU Master’s graduates Ana Lautaimi Soakai (Crawford School) and Tauvasa Tanuvasa Chou-Lee (College of Law) and who were among 30 Pacific students studying in Australia to receive the Prime Minister’s Pacific-Australia (PMPA) Award last Thursday (6 December 2012). Here … Continue reading
Two PhD positions are offered as part of the Marsden-funded project, “Harnessing the power of business: the contested involvement of corporations in community development initiatives in the Pacific” [read about other Marsden Fund Pacific-related research in this earlier post to … Continue reading
The Pacific Institute congratulates ANU Master’s students Tauvasa Tanuvasa Chou-Lee (College of Law, pictured left) and Ana Soakai (Crawford School) who were among 30 Pacific students studying in Australia to receive the Prime Minister’s Pacific-Australia (PMPA) Award last Thursday (6 … Continue reading
Environmental Defender’s Office (EDO) NSW’s International Program facilitates and coordinates Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) positions in the Pacific on an ongoing basis. EDO NSW helps the AVID program to place skilled Australian volunteers in developing countries and is funded by AusAID. EDO … Continue reading
The CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) is recruiting a tenure-track Director of Research (equivalent to Professorial level) in Social and Cultural Anthropology. The general domain of competence is “Environment and Identity in the Pacific”. Read more at this opportunity (Position number: … Continue reading
Women Leadership in Peacebuilding Program 2013 Academic Scholarship (deadline for applications extended)
The Pacific Institute has just received news from The Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding (PCP) that the deadline has been extended on applications for The Women Leadership in Peacebuilding Program 2013 Academic Scholarship. This scholarship is intended to meet all of the costs associated with … Continue reading
EuropeAid has issued a call for proposals for ‘Supporting culture as a vector of democracy and economic growth’ under the EU thematic programme Investing in People. Deadline for submission of concept notes is 18 December 2012. The call includes two … Continue reading
This senior role will contribute to Wildlife Conservation Society’s conservation program, including overseeing a climate change adaptation and a REDD+ readiness projects in Manus Province [read more].
“We are very pleased to be able to announce new research opportunities at Devpolicy for emerging scholars of PNG and the Pacific. With funding generously provided by an anonymous donor, we are able to invite applications to become a Greg … Continue reading