State of the Pacific 2013: Democracy in Papua New Guinea


In this podcast from the State of the Pacific 2013 conference the panel focuses on Papua New Guinea, discussing money politics during elections, the Parliament, and democracy in the region.

Panellists and topics include:

Role of money politics in determining election outcomes
Dr Nicole Haley
Convenor, SSGM, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

State of democracy in the Pacific " a cursory overview
Andrew Ellis and Dr Henry Ivarature
Director, Asia and the Pacific, and Senior Program Officer, International IDEA

Parliament and democracy
Grant Harrison
Deputy Director, Centre for Democratic Institutions

This podcast is from the inaugural State of Pacific conference, taking place at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific 25-26 June 2013. Hosted by the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program the conference brought together academics, parliamentarians, policy makers, business leaders, civil society representatives and the media to share and discuss research and policy relevant issues on and about the Pacific region.

More information is available from the SSGM website.


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