What is a good child? How does one become a moral child in different local contexts? How do adults pass their values to their children? These are questions that I asked before commencing my fieldwork in Fiji.
Some thoughts about international climate change mitigation and adaptation funding: The view from New Ireland Province
In this paper we discuss several of the current international approaches to climate change mitigation being deployed in rural communities in Papua New Guinea.
Power and the Construction of Analytical Categories: Governance and Co-habitation across Timor-Leste
Since independence, much effort and a great many resources have been put into forming a new state in Timor-Leste.
Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy public lecture.
STRATEGIC AND DEFENCE STUDIES CENTRE (SDSC) WAR STUDIES SEMINAR
Presented by Dr Lachlan Grant, Military History Section, Australian War Memorial
Institutionalizing Rural Women’s Political Participation in China: Reserved Seats Election for Women
Electoral gender quotas have been introduced in many countries around the world. China is no exception.
ABSTRACT: Cyber security is emerging as a pressing national security problem - not only in terms of material vulnerabilities but also in terms of conceptualising security approaches.
SSGM Joint Book Launch - The Boy from Boort: Remembering Hank Nelson & Australians in Papua New Guinea, 1960-1975
The Boy from Boort: Remembering Hank Nelson
Edited by Bill Gammage, Brij V Lal and Gavan Daws
Power from people, power over land: the problem of traditional authority in Buka, Autonomous Region of Bougainville
The Austronesian societies of North Bougainville and Buka are distinctive for possessing especially well developed institutions of ascribed, hereditary leadership.