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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
Tag Archives: Nauru
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
Pacific Buzz (November 14): Pacific elections wrap | Fiji election preparations | Call to reorient PNG spending to boost recurrent budget | Agriculture and land in PNG | More
A fortnightly roundup of policy news in the Pacific by the Pacific Institute of Public Policy and the Development Policy Centre. POLITICS Pacific elections wrap There has been a lot of political activity in the Pacific with elections in Vanuatu, Palau, American Samoa and Guam. Intense negotiations continue in Vanuatu as two rival groups seek to form a coalition government when parliament convenes on 19 November to elect a new prime minister. The […] Continue reading
This report investigates urbanization trends across the 14 Pacific developing member countries of the Asian Development Bank. It examines the history of Pacific urbanization, current state of infrastructure and service provision within urban areas, and… Continue reading
The Australian National University has a new student group geared towards increasing the awareness of Micronesians in Australia – the Micronesian and Australian Friends Association (MAFA). The ANU-chartered student group was formed in May 2012 by a small group … Continue reading
Savitri Taylor takes a close look at asylum seeker agreements between Australia and Nauru and PNG in the latest article in her series on Australian asylum seeker issues posted to InsideStory.org.
The recently passed Australian legislation on asylum seekers which effectively resumed the off-shore processing detention centres in Nauru and Papua New Guinea (Manus Province) has shifted the Australian dominant public debate from “stop the boat people” mode into “Pacific solution” mode. The Australian asylum seekers bill has had an instantaneous domino effect in terms of awakening the dormant, but, at Australia’s whim, changeable political dialogue on asylum seekers in Papua […] Continue reading
Pacific Buzz (August 22): Clinton to attend Pacific Forum | Pacific Solution returns | Solomon Islands prepares for troop withdrawal… and more
A fortnightly roundup of policy news in the Pacific by the Pacific Institute of Public Policy and the Development Policy Centre. POLITICS Clinton to attend Pacific Forum Hilary Clinton will be the first Secretary of State to attend a Pacific Island Forum meeting. It is intended to signal the US is serious about increasing its engagement with the Pacific, and motivated by a desire to counter China’s growing influence in the region. Behind […] Continue reading
A new post to InsideStory of extracts from Michael Gordon’s 2005 account of his visit to the Australian government’s Nauru detention centre.
As part of its efforts to improve transparency (and revamp its website), AusAID continues to re-release country pages. The latest include: Samoa, Tonga and Nauru. For more, see AusAID’s Transparency Charter pages.
Report by Dr Katherine Lepani and Professor Margaret Jolly. For three intensive days from July 11-13, a congregation of fifty-three scholars, activists, policy-makers, and practitioners met at ANU to exchange perspectives and engage in discussion on Sexualities, Sexual Rights and … Continue reading
This document provides an update of the existing 2012 portfolio of Pacific energy sector projects and a summary of requested assistance for 2013. Continue reading
From 1-14 July 2012, thousands of artists and performers from the region will gather in Honiara for the Pacific’s largest, most colourful and exciting cultural event. The 11th Festival of Pacific Arts will feature traditional and contemporary visual and performing arts – … Continue reading
The Asian Development Bank has just released new fact sheets for the following Pacific Island nations: Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Indonesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Zealand, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, … Continue reading
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Applications open: Australian Development and Australian Leadership Awards Scholarships (close 30 April 2012)
Applications are now open for Australian Development Scholarships and Australian Leadership Award Scholarships (facilitated through AusAID). Information about specific eligibility criteria are available for the following Pacific Island states: Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Pacific Collectivities (New … Continue reading