What do we do?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 8 May 2012 12:12

The Pacific Institute of Public Policy (PiPP) is the leading independent think tank serving the Pacific islands community.
We exist to stimulate and support informed policy debate in the Pacific.
Central to our model of engagement with policy stakeholders is research communications. We synthesise research findings to draw out practical applications that can advance national development programs. Information is shared using innovative, people centred communication processes. Written material is published in user relevant formats and languages, and complemented using other media including audio and video pod casts, discussion forums, social networking, press, radio and television.
PiPP engages and connects principal stakeholders, promoting fraternity between the Pacific island countries and regional neighbours such as New Zealand and Australia. 
We add value by improving information flows and policy dialogue. Our model delivers a long overdue, inclusive forum for public debate and engagement in national and regional development matters.

Established under the Vanuatu Charitable Associations (Incorporation) Act [CAP.140] on 21 November 2007, the PiPP is located at:

4th floor
Ex Bank of Hawaii Building
Lini Highway, Port Vila, VANUATU.
Mail to: PMB 9034, Port Vila, VANUATU.
Tel/fax: +678 29842
Email us on pipp(at)pacificpolicy.org 

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