This paper provides a high-level but comprehensive review of the status, as of mid-2016, of the artisanal and small-scale mining industry in post-conflict Bougainville, drawing on extensive fieldwork conducted during 2014–16.
This discussion paper is based on a public speech delivered by the Hon. Patrick Nisira MHR, the Vice-President of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
This In Brief reports on research undertaken in Bougainville in October 2015 (Eves and Crawford 2014).1 Unlike previous studies, this research specifically explored the relationship between women’s economic empowerment and violence against women through in-depth qualitative interviews. Interviewees included business women in the urban context...
This evaluation describes and assesses how volunteer assignments are implemented and the benefits (intended and unintended) realised.
The 2015 Bougainville election was a milestone for women’s political representation. The largest-ever cohort of women candidates contested; one candidate, Josephine Getsi in Peit constituency, became the first women elected to the House of Representatives in an open seat. She joins the three women members...
This is an Independent Evaluation (IE) of the Bougainville Community Policing Project (BCPP)’s activities during 2009-2012. BCPP is managed and funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), and implemented by the New Zealand Police (NZ Pol).
This independent evaluation was conducted to inform NZMFAT and LMNZ about the progress to date of the Bougainville Healthy Community Program; the lessons learned; and suggestions for future design of a next five-year phase and implications for rollout in PNG. The evaluation focused on village...
The purpose of reviewing the BCPP after two years of Phase Three implementation was to continuously improve the project and ensure its continuing relevance to the newly established Bougainville region and alignment with other law and justice developments on Bougainville. The Review was also intended...