PiPP is part of an international team of knowledge sector practitioners seeking to improve connections between policy, research and practice.
The Office of Development Effectiveness at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade commissioned a think piece from PiPP as part of its evaluation on ‘Thinking and Working Politically’.
PiPP's independent analysis of Vanuatu's bid to join the WTO presented an accessible guide to policymakers and he general public and demolished some of the myths about joining the global multilateral trading system.
A pilot study in collaboration with Asia Development Bank to investigate locally derived, country - specific strategies for improving policy processes and provide a much stronger understanding of existing policy processes, capacities and conditions.
In a first for the region, PiPP piloted a simultaneous telephone poll across the four Melanesian countries (Fiji, PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu) exploring key international relationships.
This research project investigated the perceptions and attitudes towards women’s political participation. The findings demonstrate there is overwhelming support for more women in parliament. Less clear is how this can be achieved.