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Land Law And Policy In Papua New Guinea

Author : John Mugambwa
ISBN : 9781135315436
Genre : Law
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Land Law And Policy In Papua New Guinea

Author : Rudolph William James
ISBN : UCSD:31822006381388
Genre : Land tenure
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Land Law And Land Policy In Papua New Guinea

Author : C. E. P. Haynes
ISBN : OCLC:132991363
Genre : Land tenure
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Water Law And Customary Water Rights In Papua New Guinea

Author : Lawrence Kuna Kalinoe
ISBN : 8174762418
Genre : Nature
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Customary Land Tenure And Registration In Australia And Papua New Guinea

Author : James F. Weiner
ISBN : 9781921313271
Genre : Social Science
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The main theme of this volume is a discussion of the ways in which legal mechanisms, such as the Land Groups Incorporation Act (1974) in PNG, and the Native Title Act (1993) in Australia, do not, as they purport, serve merely to identify and register already-existing customary indigenous landowning groups in these countries. Because the legislation is an integral part of the way in which indigenous people are defined and managed in relation to the State, it serves to elicit particular responses in landowner organisation and self-identification on the part of indigenous people. These pieces of legislation actively contour the progressive evolution of landowner social, territorial and political organisation at all levels in these nation states. The contributors to this volume provide in-depth anthropological case studies of social structural and cultural transformations engendered by the confrontation between states, developers and indigenous communities over rights to customarily owned land.

Policy Making And Implementation

Author : Ronald James May
ISBN : 9781921536694
Genre : Political Science
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There is a vast literature on the principles of public administration and good governance, and no shortage of theoreticians, practitioners and donors eager to push for public sector reform, especially in less-developed countries. Papua New Guinea has had its share of public sector reforms, frequently under the influence of multinational agencies and aid donors. Yet there seems to be a general consensus, both within and outside Papua New Guinea, that policy making and implementation have fallen short of expectations, that there has been a failure to achieve 'good governance'. This volume, which brings together a number of Papua New Guinean and Australian-based scholars and practitioners with deep familiarity of policy making in Papua New Guinea, examines the record of policy making and implementation in Papua New Guinea since independence. It reviews the history of public sector reform in Papua New Guinea, and provides case studies of policy making and implementation in a number of areas, including the economy, agriculture, mineral development, health, education, lands, environment, forestry, decentralization, law and order, defence, women and foreign affairs, privatization, and AIDS. Policy is continuously evolving, but this study documents the processes of policy making and implementation over a number of years, with the hope that a better understanding of past successes and failures will contribute to improved governance in the future.

Large Scale Mines And Local Level Politics

Author : Colin Filer
ISBN : 9781760461508
Genre : Science
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Despite the difference in their populations and political status, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea have comparable levels of economic dependence on the extraction and export of mineral resources. For this reason, the costs and benefits of large-scale mining projects for indigenous communities has been a major political issue in both jurisdictions, and one that has come to be negotiated through multiple channels at different levels of political organisation. The ‘resource boom’ that took place in the early years of the current century has only served to intensify the political contests and conflicts that surround the distribution of social, economic and environmental costs and benefits between community members and other ‘stakeholders’ in the large-scale mining industry. However, the mutual isolation of Anglophone and Francophone scholars has formed a barrier to systematic comparison of the relationship between large-scale mines and local-level politics in Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia, despite their geographical proximity. This collection of essays represents an effort to overcome this barrier, but is also intended as a major contribution to the growth of academic and political debate about the social impact of the large-scale mining industry in Melanesia and beyond.

Customary Land Tenure And Registration In Australia And Papua New Guinea

Author : James F. Weiner
ISBN : 9781921313271
Genre : Social Science
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The main theme of this volume is a discussion of the ways in which legal mechanisms, such as the Land Groups Incorporation Act (1974) in PNG, and the Native Title Act (1993) in Australia, do not, as they purport, serve merely to identify and register already-existing customary indigenous landowning groups in these countries. Because the legislation is an integral part of the way in which indigenous people are defined and managed in relation to the State, it serves to elicit particular responses in landowner organisation and self-identification on the part of indigenous people. These pieces of legislation actively contour the progressive evolution of landowner social, territorial and political organisation at all levels in these nation states. The contributors to this volume provide in-depth anthropological case studies of social structural and cultural transformations engendered by the confrontation between states, developers and indigenous communities over rights to customarily owned land.

Review Of Incorporated Land Groups Design Of A System Voluntary Customary Land Registration

Author : Papua New Guinea. Constitutional and Law Reform Commission
ISBN : 9980990015
Genre : Law
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Land

Author : John Waiko
ISBN : UOM:39015041344576
Genre : Business & Economics
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