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As a country, we have embarked on a journey towards a future in which violence is no longer accepted as inevitable.

That domestic violence remains a big issue in Australia, even after decades of effort, shows what a long journey it will be for PNG and indeed all in our region.

But I am proud to be part of that journey and confident of change.

decision, but the fight to secure women's reproductive rights still is ongoing.

There is Rosie Batty's tireless advocacy, a royal commission, and new government initiatives. Our own experience as women confirms what surveys tell us - that violence is a reality of life for the majority of Papua New Guinean women. The good news, less well-known, is that in PNG, as in Australia, the problem of gender-based violence is receiving increasing attention, and some new solutions are being developed to support survivors and to address the challenge. Ten years ago I was a teacher, working at a high school.

In 2011 I started working for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) at the medical centre it was running in Lae for survivors of family and sexual violence.

We learnt over time though that our clients didn't only have medical or counselling needs.

Since opening its doors, our small team has helped many hundreds of women and children.She's the lauded Papua New Guinean singer who is currently based in Sydney.And Ngaiire (full name Ngaiire Joseph) has revealed that she wants to develop a deeper connection with her homeland and change perceptions about the country as US singer Rihanna did for her native Barbados.While these women welcomed our medical assistance and counselling, they clearly needed a more permanent solution to the violence in their lives.

In this regard, there was not much we could do to help, other than point them in the direction of the police.

While there is a long way to go, together with partners we have made some major strides over the last two years.



Between older and younger generations are easy, and men and women socialise together openly. Couples do not openly express affection in public but friends of the same sex may hold hands while walking. In some Papua New Guinean cultures it is customary amongst friends and family to stroke each other's arms and.… continue reading »


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