Understanding gender inequality actions in the Pacific: ethnographic case-studies and policy options

Tony Crook
Sue Farran
Emilie Roëll

This report presents the findings of an ethnographic pilot research project into a range of gender inequality issues in the Pacific – discrimination, violence, exploitation, representation – with particular focus on gender violence and women’s presence in political and economic contexts. Project members include anthropologists, gender and development specialists, legal scholars and a film-maker who conducted case-studies in ten countries across all three regions of the Pacific – Melanesia (Fiji, PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu), Micronesia (FSM, Kiribati, Marshall Islands and Palau) and Polynesia (Samoa and Tuvalu).

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Report – Not peer reviewed
Submitted by Lindy Kanan
August 26, 2021
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