Events

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

02
May
2016

‘Beyond Next Tomorrow’: An Examination of Urban Male Youth in Solomon Islands (Thesis Proposal Review)

Daniel Evans

Accounts of male urban youth within Solomon Islands, like much of Melanesia, frequently tend towards apocryphal depictions of listless, troublesome and disengaged young men.

09
May
2016

Reporting corruption in Papua New Guinea’s public financial management system

Amanda H A Watson and Colin Wiltshire

For Papua New Guinea (PNG) to achieve its development aspirations, effective utilisation of public expenditure is essential.

16
May
2016

Nauru’s Retreat from Democracy

Stewart Firth

Nauru’s commitment to democracy and the rule of law has recently come under question.

23
May
2016

`Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose ... from “black-birding” to the Pacific Seasonal Work programs’

Scott MacWilliam

Since the nineteenth century, workers have travelled from South Pacific Islands to work in countries bordering the ocean where industrial processes have been dominant.

30
May
2016

Reimagining Timor-Leste: Nationalism and the role of education in post-independence nation-building

Armindo Maia

This thesis examines the role of education in locating nationalism in Timor-Leste’s post-independence nation-building.

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