Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape recently talked about why it's a great idea for American businesses to invest in Papua New Guinea. He mentioned that there are plenty of opportunities for growth and development in our country.

PM Marape on benefits of US investments in Papua New Guinea

PM Marape on benefits of US investments in Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Marape recently talked about why it’s a great idea for American businesses to invest in Papua New Guinea. He mentioned that there are plenty of opportunities for growth and development in our country. PNG News | James Tuguru. PRIME Minister James Marape […]

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From Missionary Endeavors To Parliamentary Deliberations – Tracing Christianity’s Journey In Papua New Guinea

Tracing the historical roots of Christianity in Papua New Guinea from the 19th century missionary efforts to the recent parliamentary discussions on designating the nation as a Christian Country, the journey of Christianity in Papua New Guinea has been profound. European missionaries, both Catholic and Protestant, arrived in the 19th century, facing challenges but gradually spreading Christianity across the region. Missionaries provided education, healthcare, and social services, leading to the acceptance of Christianity. The recent parliamentary debates on recognizing Christianity as the official religion have sparked diverse perspectives, with proponents emphasizing the cultural significance and critics raising concerns about religious freedom and minority rights. The ongoing discussions reflect the complex interplay of cultural, religious, and political dynamics in Papua New Guinea.

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Dr. Yalinu Poya Gow FHEA From Papua New Guinea Has Made History By Becoming The First Pacific Islander To Be Selected As A Member Of The Prestigious Global Young Academy (GYA) For The Term Of 2024-2028.

Dr. Yalinu Poya Gow FHEA from Papua New Guinea has made history by becoming the first Pacific Islander to be selected as a member of the prestigious Global Young Academy (GYA) for the term of 2024-2028. The GYA is known for promoting interdisciplinary dialogues and collaborations among young researchers worldwide. Dr. Gow’s selection highlights her scientific excellence and commitment to societal service. She aims to use this platform to engage in science and climate policy-making, as well as collaborate with global organizations like the United Nations. Her achievement not only signifies personal and professional growth but also showcases the talent and potential within Papua New Guinea’s scientific community, inspiring young Papua New Guineans to pursue careers in science and academia.

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The Papua New Guinea Parliament Votes Overwhelmingly In Favor Of Prime Minister James Marape

The Papua New Guinea Parliament overwhelmingly voted 84-0 in favor of Prime Minister James Marape on a motion expressing confidence in his leadership. The motion, moved by the leader of Government Business, faced objections from opposition MPs but proceeded to a vote, prompting a boycott from the opposition. After the outcome was announced, the opposition MPs returned to the session. Prime Minister Marape thanked the MPs for their support and emphasized the importance of maintaining order in parliamentary proceedings. Despite the vote, a motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Marape is still under consideration, pending legal deliberations.

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Christianity And Politics In Papua New Guinea – Navigating Moral And Political Landscapes

The interaction between Christianity and politics in Papua New Guinea has become a prevalent topic, reflecting societal shifts and historical influences. Christianity’s introduction in the 1800s led to profound changes in mindset, promoting values like respect and honesty. Colonialism further shaped political structures, with external powers leaving lasting impacts. Today, a blend of Christian values and political principles guide the nation, emphasizing integrity and accountability. Amidst modern challenges, it’s crucial to maintain a balance between moral values and political governance, ensuring a prosperous future for Papua New Guinea.

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