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Building a Nation in Papua New Guinea: Views of the Post-independence Generation

David Kavanamur, Charles Yala, Quinton Clements - Nation-building - 2003 - 373 pages
Collection of essays by the post-independence generation of PNG that articulate a vision for the future while at the same time providing an insight into the last 25 years since ...
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Safety, Security, and Accessible Justice: Participatory Approaches to Law ...

Rosita MacDonald - Law - 2008 - 39 pages
The author examines the law and justice reform partnership between Australia and Papua New Guinea, focusing on the importance of implementing reform that is both culturally and ...
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Passage of Change: Law, Society and Governance in the Pacific

Anita Jowitt, Tess Newton Cain - Political Science - 2010
Numerous issues face Pacific states trying to find their way in the early 21st century. Countries are striving to secure the benefits of modernisation. Governance, law and ...
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Policy Making and Implementation: Studies from Papua New Guinea

Ronald James May - Political Science - 2009 - 399 pages
There is a vast literature on the principles of public administration and good governance, and no shortage of theoreticians, practitioners and donors eager to push for public ...
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Law and Order in a Weak State: Crime and Politics in Papua New Guinea

Sinclair Dinnen - Political Science - 2001 - 248 pages
Twenty-five years after independence, Papa New Guinea is beset by social, economic, and political problems: poverty and inequality, and corruption and rising crime, for example ...
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