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Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea
This collection builds on previous works on gender violence in the Pacific, but goes beyond some previous approaches to ‘domestic violence’ or ‘violence
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Men Behaving Badly:
In the period immediately before Papua New Guinea's Independence in 1975, several cases of sodomy, ostensibly taking place between consenting adult men in private, came before the formal courts. TheExpand
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Enabling Environments: the Role of the Law
In the context of HIV prevention, a distinction may be drawn between approaches which aim to persuade individuals to change their behaviour, and approaches which enable behaviour change by focusingExpand
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We Lunch Nevertheless among Reinvention
In Debbie: An Epic, Lisa Robertson writes back to the Aeneid to retrieve previously unexpressed histories buried under old linguistic systems of power. As an alternative epic hero revisiting VirgilExpand
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'Crime to be a Woman?': Engendering Violence Against Female Sex Workers in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
In 2004, police raided an alleged brothel in Port Moresby, capital of Papua New Guinea, and amidst general mayhem, rounded up all present, men, women and children, and marched them to the policeExpand
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The Tale of an Activist
Coding the moving, painful, secret stories of gay, positive people in PNG, I come to the letter 'V'. What should it be: 'Vincent'? 'Vernon'? 'Vaughan'? No ... he is frightened, lonely, and now farExpand
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Making a difference: Canada in Latin America and Africa
If Western countries do not take serious aim at the root causes of war, instability and human insecurity, they will pay dearly in the years to come. This article argues that although Canada may notExpand
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