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Abstract: This paper provides an account of the rise and fall of chiefly leadership and the apparent ebbing of a longstanding ideology of traditionalism among indigenous Fijians in the context of national politics and of the claims made in the name of indigenous nationalism....
This paper presents empirical findings on one aspect of the work of a transnational feminist research project, based in Canberra, Australia, whose goal was to produce a better standard or metric for measuring poverty across the world.
This paper presents empirical...
Since the time of decolonisation in Fiji, women’s organisations have navigated a complex political terrain. While they have stayed true to the aim of advancing women’s status, their work has been buffeted by national political upheavals and changing global and regional directions in development policy-making....
This paper develops and applies a stochastic simulation model in order to assess the effect of renewable technologies on the financial risk and cost of electricity supply in Fiji.
In recent years, renewable energy technologies have been advocated in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)...
Nicole George asks whether new insights can be gained by differentiating between advocacy and activism when examining the work of civil society organisations in relation to gender equality.
Focusing upon the ways in which women's organisations in Fiji approach issues of gender equality, she...