Youth in Papua New Guinea: With reference to Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
This study of youth in society examines the colonial and pest-colonial influences on youth policies and programmes in Papua New Guinea and neighbouring South Pacific n tions. Maev O'Collins argues that youth development planners need to understand the sociocultural background of u rban and rural communities as well as the current economic and political pressures in the wider society, if youth programmes are to be effectively integrated into overall development planning.
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