• Emerging leaders set to transform the minerals sectors in Papua New Guinea

    The University of Queensland’s International Development and Sustainable Minerals Institute delivered a minerals policy and economics training course for emerging leaders in Papua New Guinea (PNG), together with The University of Western Australia, Curtin University, and HopgoodGanim Lawyers.
  • Papua New Guinean professionals sharpen climate change expertise

    July 2019
    Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    The University of Queensland’s International Development unit (part of the Institute of Continuing & TESOL Education), and School of Earth and Environmental Sciences co-designed a 12-week intensive Graduate Certificate, tailored to focus on climate change policy and action for leading professionals from Papua New Guinea (PNG).
  • UQ to strengthen leadership capabilities of Pacific fisheries leaders

    November 2018November 2022
    New Zealand Government
    The University of Queensland’s International Development has designed a customised leadership and management training program for fisheries leaders in the Pacific, together with Pacific Community (SPC) and three other partner organisations.
  • Interim Skill Development Facility

    Tonga Interim Skill Development Facility

    February 2015
    Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    Supporting the development of Tonga’s Technical Vocational Education and Training system
  • Fresh produce market management

    January 2013December 2013
    Australian Aid Program
    A study to improve the management of PNG's main fresh produce market.
  • Productive Partnerships in Agriculture

    January 2012November 2016
    World Bank
    Improving the livelihoods of smallholder cocoa and coffee producers in PNG.
  • Course participants from the Office of the State Solicitor, and the Public Prosecutor’s Office, PNG

    Information studies for law and justice for PNG

    December 2015
    Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    Short course developed for PNG participants covering a range of topics related to law and justice.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS