This short survey, undertaken in partnership with RMIT University, explains the new Global Goals and gives people across the Pacific the chance to rate their relevance and help track progress. The more we know about the goals, the more we can hold our leaders to account to implement them.
In partnership with the Overseas Development Institute PiPP pioneered a research method based on collecting information about how people respond to issues around service delivery through story telling surveys to inform the political debate in Vanuatu.
Led by RMIT University Associate Professor Simon Feeny, who is also a PiPP associate, this research provides a rich new body of evidence to inform the policy debate and help shape new social protection measures in our region.
PiPP undertook national assessments for Vanuatu and Palau as part of the UNESCAP study 'Green Economy in a Blue World - Pacific Perspective 2012' in the lead up to the Rio+20 global summit on sustainable development.
In the lead up to the 2012 election PiPP provided a summary analysis of the policy platforms of Vanuatu’s political parties. This analysis was published as a supplement to the national daily newspaper, and followed extensive consultations with the parties.
In 2008 the telecommunications market in Vanuatu was opened to competition. PiPP has undertaken a multi year assessment of the social and economic impact of this reform to see how it has affected household livehoods.