Organisation

Aus-PNG Network

Description

The Australia-Papua New Guinea Network is an initiative to build stronger people-to-people links between Australia and Papua New Guinea and raise awareness of the relationship between the two countries. The Network aims to strengthen existing connections across areas as diverse as business, civil society, sport, education, media, culture, religion, and development. It also provides a point of contact for individuals and organisations wanting to learn about operating in either country, generating opportunities or simply wanting to find out more about Australia and Papua New Guinea.

The Network is run by the Lowy Institute, a Sydney-based think tank, in partnership with the National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea, based in Port Moresby. The Network is funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Recently added resources

Report

27 Feb 2018
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This resource looks at efforts by Australia and Papua New Guinea to continue to strive for a bilateral relationship built on the foundation of respect as neighbours and equal partners, in order to foster greater collaboration between the two countries.

Report

21 Jan 2015
64

This report summarises the outcomes of the second annual Australia-Papua New Guinea Emerging Leaders Dialogue. This Dialogue set a new standard for frank and broad-ranging discussion between young leaders from diverse fields in both countries. Food security, access to services and justice, the growing importance...

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