PiPP maintains close ties with the Development Policy Centre at the Australian National University and has actively participated in their annual flagship event for the Pacifc region since its inception in 2012.
PiPP is an executive member of ODN, which aims to build capacity amongst young and emerging Pacific island researchers on issues of policy relevant to the Oceania region.
PiPP has actively supported the development and implementation of this project that focuses on improving policy practices through dialogue and maximising technology advances.
PiPP provided advisory services and support to H.E. Emilia Pires, Timor-Leste finance minister and g7+ chair, in her role on the UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Agenda.
The 2012 Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies (Canterbury University, New Zealand) annual international conference focsued on democracy in the Pacific. PiPP was an active…
PiPP continues to work closely with PACMAS to stimulate and support informed and inclusive policy debate in our region, and particularly to support the emergence of a strong, independent regional media.