Human Rights / Papua New Guinea / Women & Girls

The Lowy Institute: How men are getting away with murder in PNG

In this long analysis published by the Lowy Institute, I draw on recent interviews, my older notebooks, and the expert insights of PNG commentators, specialists and anthropologists to explore a range of questions around the endemic violence against women in Papua New Guinea. My principle concern is to explain to a wider readership how, and why, justice is still so elusive for victims of violence in PNG. Full report here. Picture: Sophie Mangai, by Vlad Sokhin.