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This review assessed programme performance in relation to:
Its relevance to national and regional development in the Pacific
the representativeness of the women selected for the programme
the management and financial components of the programme
Many government agencies, international organisations and policy researchers are increasingly of the view that handouts and subsidies are not only ineffective, but in fact are detrimental. Why?
The reasons are numerous. Most Pacific countries still rely on traditional delivery of extension services (agriculture and...
This policy brief discusses the issue of land use planning (land use policy, land care and land use planning) in the Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) and the need for countries to formulate realistic land use policies as a means to preventing further degradation...
The review identified a number of issues in relation to the PJDP’s management/governance and contracting arrangements, along with some other issues that were coincidental to this.
The Australian and New Zealand Pacific Regional Development Strategies provide frameworks and commitments to enhance regional approaches for better development outcomes in the Pacific. They highlight ongoing support of the Pacific Plan and the key role of Pacific Regional Organisations (PRO) in its implementation. This...
The Asia-Pacific region has reached a significant crossroads regarding the protection of privacy. This article examines current privacy developments in the Asia-Pacific region and provides some analysis of the benefits and risks of pursuing either the EU or the US/APEC approach to privacy regulation....
The islands of the Pacific are in some cases prsoperous with good economies and education systems while others experience widespread illiteracy and some of the highest population growth rates in the world.The Pacific is bipolar, on almost every available indicator, the Pacific’s development path is...
This e-book provides an insight into the key issues facing copyright law and digital content policy in a networked information world, based on papers presented at the First International Forum on the Content Industry and Intellectual Property. Published by Sydney University Press, this e-book provides...
Nic Maclellan of the Nautilus Institute at RMIT writes that a recently revealed United States request to the Australian government in the early 1960s to allow nerve gas testing in Queensland "was part of a much wider program of testing chemical and biological weapons during...