Stories Making informed decisions as a voter Women’s leadership and decision making was promoted through the 20-month Voter Education Project in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. Voters were provided with information and skills to use during the 2017 Papua New Guinea National and Community Government elections...
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Research How Do Perceptions of Relative Poverty Affect Women’s Empowerment? This discussion paper and project note provide the research findings of the impact of perceptions of relative poverty on gender attitudes in Papua New Guinea.
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