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From Extraction to Inclusion explains how Papua New Guinea’s reliance on large-scale mining and export logging has failed to improve the lives of most people and what the government must do to move to a more people-centred development approach that will deliver better lives and livelihoods for everyone.
Bank gaps remainBanks move to stop logging finance but gaps remain
Stop Wafi Golpu DSTPNGOs and churches say no to Wafi Golpu DSTP
Independence FailureIndependence Day 2022: Celebrating 47 years of failure?
Further NewsNew Forest Minister Must Address Logging Legality and Sustainability Service Improvement Program Theft? Effective action against corruption essential for economic growth Unrecognised Wealth of Customary Land Will the next government finally ban round log exports? Maximising Value: Can PNG finally end the export of unprocessed tropical logs?
Model of Development
Successive government have used neo-liberal economics and unrestrained capitalism as their development model. This has had devastating impacts for most people while a small elite has become very wealthy...
Stop the Stealing
Papua New Guinea suffers from rampant corruption. Huge amounts of public money are stolen every year from budgets that area supposed to spent on health care, education and vital infrastructure...
Customary land supports ecologically sustainable livelihoods, social inclusion and self reliance. But large corporations want to dismantle community control and take the profits...
SABL Land Grab
Rural communities are still seeking justice over the huge SABL land grab. Over 50,000 square kilometres of land was taken and thousands of hectares of forest destroyed by logging...
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