Vanuatu

IB2017/27 Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme/Seasonal Worker Programme Team Leaders’ Workshop: Vanuatu 2017

On 30 June 2017, the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia program (now Department of Pacific Affairs) at the Australian National University hosted the Team Leaders’ Workshop in Port Vila for

IB2017/21 Temporary Labour Schemes, the New Avenue of Social Mobility: Case Study Vanuatu

Since the establishment of Australia’s Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP) in 2012, the number of workers from Vanuatu

IB2017/17 The Role of ni-Vanuatu Team Leaders in Seasonal Worker Programs

Based on 10 years of research with team leaders and employers in the New Zealand and Australian seasonal worker programs, this In Brief highlights the duties of ni-Vanuatu team leaders,

DP2017/1 State of the Media Review in Four Melanesian Countries — Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu — in 2015

This Discussion Paper looks at the shifting media landscapes in four Melanesian countries in 2015 — Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

IB2016/23 Labour Mobility Support Networks — ‘It’s Not Just a Seasonal Thing’

This In Brief highlights local ni-Vanuatu support structures initiated through workers’ participation in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Sch

‘Fourteen Jailed’: Politics and Justice in Vanuatu

On 9 October 2015, 14 members of the Vanuatu parliament (out of 52) were sentenced to between three and four years jail for the crimes of corruption

Recent fieldwork with returning seasonal workers in Vanuatu

Rochelle Bailey has continued her nine-year longitudinal study on the impacts of participation in regional seasonal labour schemes with recent fieldwork in Vanuatu.

Dirty politics in Vanuatu

People in Vanuatu know politics is a dirty business. But it is one thing to know, and another to watch politicians being legally held to account, writes Siobhan McDonnell.

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