For a third consecutive year, the Pacific Institute of Public Policy has brought secondary school students together to dissect, discuss and dispute key issues of the region. Ten schools from Efate have signed up to compete in a new format aimed to provide greater levels of participation and learning for students. The following is an update (with video clips) of the 2016 competition.
PiPP and APCSS co-hosted over 48 security practitioners and experts from 21 nations and territories and six regional organisations to examine the effectiveness of regional security cooperation and architecture.
A Bipartisan Panel of six elected parliamentary representatives, including the Vanuatu Prime Minister were brought together to further conversations around service delivery structures based on some of Vanuatu’s established National Priorities.
A workshop series bringing together stakeholders from key sectors to interpret and deconstruct citizen's stories based around service delivery.
Vanuatu's newly appointed ambassador to the UN, Odo Tevi highlights the transition from MDGs to SDGs and other policy issues.
In this compelling address to an influential audience, Dame Carol Kidu, former PNG cabinet minister and MP for Port Moresby, speaks of the pitfalls of unplanned urban development in Papua New Guinea.