Pacific Research Program: Phase 2 Investment Design Document
Summary of publication
Phase 2 of the Pacific Research Program will build on Phase I of the program to foster strong partnerships between Australian and Pacific universities, and teach and train the next generation of Pacific researchers. Over the next four years, PRP II will also take forward new and ongoing research in key priority areas of: gender, inclusion and social change; labour mobility and integration; politics, governance and economic resilience; Papua New Guinea (and Bougainville); and security, regionalism and geopolitics. Phase II of the PRP will be delivered by a consortium of the Department of Pacific Affairs and the Development Policy Centre at the Australian National University, and Lowy Institute.