PNG Symposium Day Two
Welcome back everyone!
Another glorious sunny start to Day Two of the Alfred Deakin Research Institute's 3rd Annual PNG Symposium in Geelong.
Once again, we're delighted to have Radio Australia here with us and thank them for their contribution.
When and where to tune in TODAY:
- 5:00pm: Women in leadership plenary: 'In Dame Carol's footsteps: what does the future hold for women leaders in PNG?'
101.9FM (Port Moresby. Local time 4:00pm)
Missed a session yesterday?
Never fear! Pacific Beat and a team of Radio Australia’s Pacific journalists have been covering the event:
- Richard Marles talks about his former role and Australia’s relationship with PNG. He gives special mention (and praise!) to our symposium.
- Sam Seke interviews Dr Puka Temu, Papua New Guinea's Minister for Public Service, and talked with him about leadership in PNG.
For full audio from Radio Australia's Tok Pisin service - in Tok Pisin click here
How to join in the discussion:
- Download the program / visit the symposium website
- Keep an eye on the symposium blog, where we'll be uploading papers and audio from the various sessions