‘Beyond Next Tomorrow’: An Examination of Urban Male Youth in Solomon Islands (Thesis Proposal Review)
Accounts of male urban youth within Solomon Islands, like much of Melanesia, frequently tend towards apocryphal depictions of listless, troublesome and disengaged young men.
Abstract: In 2007 with the coming into force of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand B.E. 2550 (2007) individuals whose rights and freedoms were violated were, for the first time, given a limited right to petition the Constitutional Court.
For Papua New Guinea (PNG) to achieve its development aspirations, effective utilisation of public expenditure is essential.
The Policies of President Abdurrahman Wahid while Building Peace with the Separatists in Aceh and Papua during 1999–2001
In November 2015, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull outlined plans to overhaul how university research is funded, downgrading the significance of publishing in little-read journals and emphasising instead how knowledge produced in universities
Nauru’s commitment to democracy and the rule of law has recently come under question.
`Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose ... from “black-birding” to the Pacific Seasonal Work programs’
Since the nineteenth century, workers have travelled from South Pacific Islands to work in countries bordering the ocean where industrial processes have been dominant.
This thesis examines the role of education in locating nationalism in Timor-Leste’s post-independence nation-building.