Opportunities for non-formal education in Melanesia
The workshop recognised that for the foreseeable future it was unlikely that the formal sector of Melanesian economies would be capable of providing paid employment opportunities for all who sought them: the alternative being a livelihood as a self-employed person or a worker in the semi-subsistence or informal sector. The deliberations of the Port Vila workshop, as refined by a further meeting of workshop participants in Brisbane, are presented in this paper.
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