2008 Waigani Seminar Series II
Professor Ron Crocombe
1. Constitution-Making and Constitutional Development: Before and after Independence
2. Creating Economic Autonomy: The Management, Planning and Development of Economic Resources
3. Our place in the World: Papua New Guineas International relations
Introduction: Papua New Guineas International Relations
Foreign Policy Evolution and the Challenges Ahead
40 Years of the Australia-New Guinea Relationship
4. Political Parties and Electoral Politics
Introduction: Political Parties and Electoral Politics
The Role and Place of the Organic Law on Integrity of Political Parties and Candidates in an Evolving Democracy
Section 145 of the Papua New Guinea Constitution - Vote of No Confidence
Democracy versus Bigmanship 1997-2002
5. Leadership A : Big-Man In Papua New Guinea Society
Introduction: Which Way Big Man? Questions and Reflections on Politics, the Constitution and Papua New Guineas National Heritage Edward P. Wolfers
Looking Back from 2008 to Which Way Big Man?
The Proposed Constitution Park and National Heritage Centre
6. Leadership B: Prime Minister and Former Prime Minister
Introduction: Prime Minister and Former Primer Minister
Where have We Come From and Where are We Heading?
Evolving Democracy, National Currency and Autonomy
7. Leadership C: Partners of National Leaders
Introduction: Partners of National Leaders
From Village Gardener to Government House
To Thank and Honour my Husband and my Country
8. Provincial and Local-Level Government
Introduction: Provincial and Local Government - Past, Present and Prospective
The Fallacy of De-Centralisation and Reform within a Unitary System of Government
Evolving Democracy in a Changing Political Environment - Features of Westminster
and Presidential Styles of Government
Hela Province in the Making: Devolution of Power to a Peoples Group.
The Evolution of Local democracy in Papua New Guinea
Governance and Decentralization in Papua New Guinea
9. Women in Nation and Parliament
Introduction: Women in Parliament
What to Do with the Constitution Section 102
Section 102 of The Constitution of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea
10. Gender Balance and Democracy
Introduction: The Place of Women in Democracy
Gender Balance and Democracy, National Council of Womens Perspective
PNG Women and Role Models
11. The Media: What role in Papua New Guinea?
Introduction: Roles for Media and Technology in Papua New Guinea
The Status of Papua New Guineas Lingua Franca
Competition or Monopoly in Telecommunication
Democratizing Digital Technology, the Steel Axe of the 21st Century
Evolving Democracy and the Media
Working at the Post Courier. The role of the Media and Evolving Democracy:
A Personal Perspective.
Its Our Turn to Give Orders. Walkabouts View of a Nation in the Making Max Quanchi
More to come 2010 update project.
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