2019 PNG Update coverage

The 2019 PNG Update, co-hosted by Devpolicy and UPNG’s School of Business and Public Policy, was held on 8-9 Aug in Port Moresby, and joined by PNG’s new PM James Marape.

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2019 PNG Update

The 2019 PNG Update was held on 8-9 August at The University of Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby, PNG. Some Facebook streams are available on UPNG’s Facebook page.

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Kiribati: 2019 economic survey

On Wednesday 21 August, Devpolicy's James Webb will be presenting results from the Kiribati 2019 economic survey, exploring the recent trends and future prospects for Kiribati's economy.

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Are the Pacific islands insurable? Challenges and opportunities for disaster risk finance

On Wednesday 4 September, Vijaya Ramachandran will present recommendations for governments and donors surrounding issues related to disaster risk insurance faced by Pacific island countries.

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2018 Annual Report

The Development Policy Centre's 2018 Annual Report is now available.

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2018 Devpolicy Annual Report cover

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  • The 2019 PNG Update, co-hosted by Devpolicy and UPNG’s School of Business and Public Policy, was held on 8-9 Aug in Port Moresby, and joined by PNG’s new PM James Marape.
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  • The role of push-button mobile phones in the digital transformation of PNG
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  • The 2019 Pacific Update, co-hosted by Devpolicy and the University of South Pacific’s School of Economics, was held from 5-7 July in Suva, attracting around 300 attendees.
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  • PNG media covers Devpolicy talk on Australia's Seasonal Worker Programme
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  • Devpolicy analysis of what the 2019 federal budget means for aid was covered by various media outlets.
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  • The 2019 Australasian Aid Conference, including the launch of Richard Moore's DFAT-AusAID integration review and the 2018 Australian Aid Stakeholder Survey, were covered by the media.
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