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How do women feel the effects of corruption?

Roadside betel nut stalls. Sago palm kitchens. Social media. ATM queues. You can find someone ready to discuss corruption in most places across Solomon Islands. The conversations show that people are…  


Plastic habit: Reducing waste with behavioural insights in Solomon Islands

Baked food wrapped in banana leaves. Vegetables carted in cane baskets. Intricately woven string bags. Natural materials used to be the standard in Solomon Islands. Then plastic took the place of…  


What fighting corruption looks like in Solomon Islands

Fighting corruption — sounds vague and daunting, right? Corruption is rampant in Solomon Islands. But citizens have a reputation of being complacent in efforts to end it — or at least hard to…  


Pacific Parliaments Experience: Leading on Inclusive Innovation

We have constantly been told that innovation is the key to development. But beyond the buzz word, what does that actually look like? Is it going out and developing new technology, utilising drones or…  

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