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What is the Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct?

The Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct, led by the Government of Papua New Guinea, is forging a new generation of future leaders, both women and men, developing ethical, practical and intellectual leadership for the nation.

The Precinct was established through a memorandum of understanding signed on December 15, 2014, by Papua New Guinea and Australia.

The MOU was signed on behalf of the Government of PNG by Public Service Minister, Sir Puka Temu, and Higher Education Minister Malakai Tabar; and by Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop on behalf of Australia.

Papua New Guinea and Australia have partnered under the agreement to support the development of ethical and capable public sector leaders in Papua New Guinea.

Precinct Booklet 2018 – Digital

  • The Precinct

    The Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct is a partnership between the Governments of Papua New Guinea and Australia to support the development of ethical and capable public sector leaders in Papua New Guinea.

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  • History of the Precinct

    The University of Papua New Guinea and the PNG Administrative College shaped the country’s independence-era leaders, providing them with the skills and personal networks to help build a nation.

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  • Leadership Framework

    In 2013 the PNG Government launched the Public Service Ethics and Values-based Leadership Capability Framework.

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  • Infrastructure

    New infrastructure will provide modern spaces for tuition, learning and research for the core institutions of the Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct.

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