The OK Tedi Settlement: issues, outcomes and implications
|Collections||ANU Pacific Institute|
|Title:||The OK Tedi Settlement: issues, outcomes and implications|
|Author(s):||OK Tedi Settlement Workshop|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : National Centre for Development Studies, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.|
Canberra, ACT : Resource Management in Asia-Pacific, Research School of Pacific and Asi an Studies, The Australian National University.
|Series/Report no.:||National Centre for Development Studies (NCDS). Pacific Policy Papers : No. 27|
This book is intended to promote Europe-Pacific Islands relationships in support of environmentally appropriate human development, and its publication has been made possible by several organisations concerned for this purpose. Most of the chapters derive from a conference organised in 1995 by the Pacific Islands Society of the United Kingdom and Ireland (PISUKI) and the United Kingdom Foundation for the South Pacific (UKFSP), with funding from the European Centre for Studies, Information and Education of Pacific Issues (ECSIEP). An important theme running through the book is the way Pacific Islands' links with the wider world, the cause of so many problems for its peoples and environments, may also assist in solutions. But there are many areas of contention and, to do justice to the complexity of the issues, several chapters are complemented by short responses from alternative perspectives, reflecting debates raised at the conference.
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