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Hollywood in the Pacific: Sustainable film and television industry in the Pacific

In this podcast, Eliorah introduces her doctoral research which proposes to explore the barriers and enablers for Pacific filmmakers in the region.

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What we know and where to go: lessons from partnering for peace in the Pacific Islands and a way forward

Volume V of the Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post–Cold War Operations explores the Australian government’s efforts

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State of the Pacific 2018: Resource Management in the Pacific

Against a global backdrop of high demand and growing scarcity, resource management is a key challenge in PNG and the Pacific islands region.

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State of the Pacific 2018: Reporting the Pacific

This session will bring together Pacific- and Australian-based journalists and editors to discuss the state of media in the Pacific and ask the que

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State of the Pacific 2018: Closing Panel

The speakers will give brief talks about the big Issues in the Pacific

Speakers:

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State of the Pacific 2018: Beyond the China Syndrome

China’s ‘influence’ in the Pacific region has hit the mainstream, recently featuring in a 60 Minutes documentary called The China Syndrome, which w

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State of the Pacific 2018: The 2017 PNG National General Elections

In June and July 2017, PNG conducted its 9th General Elections since Independence.

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State of the Pacific 2018: Referenda in the Pacific

The decolonisation of Melanesia, in the opinion of many in New Caledonia and Bougainville, is not yet over.

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