Published January 1, 1997
by Austrlian Natl Univ Faculty of Law .
Written in English
|Contributions||Susan Toft (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||201|
BY PHILIPPA ENGLAND GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY Title: Compensation for Resource Development in Papua New Guinea. Edited by: Susan Toft. Published by: Law Reform Commission of Papua New Guinea (Monograph no.6) and the Resource Management in Asia and the Pacific Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University, Canberra and the National Centre for . COMPENSATION FOR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA Edited by Susan Toft Published jointly by Law Reform Commission of Papua New Guinea. COMPENSATION FOR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA Edited by Susan Toft Published jointly by Law Reform Commission of Papua New Guinea (Monograph No 6) and Resource Management in Asia and the Pacific Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies The Australian National University, Canberra and National Centre for Development StudiesCited by: Jan 22, · This volume deals with land compensation as it applies to resource development and is therefore essential reading for potential developers and investors in Papua New Guinea. It is part of a research project which expects to propose guidelines, possibly leading to legal reform, for solving issues surrounding the need to compensate landowner Cited by:
Education & Human Resource Development in Papua New Guinea, Lae, Papua New Guinea. likes. Education is Freedom, Money gives you Economic Freedom. To have enough of both is to be spectacularly cyrusofficial.comers: Understanding ‘resource’ conﬂicts in Papua New Guinea Glenn Banks Development Studies, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Email: [email protected] Abstract: Papua New Guinea, with its heavy dependence on natural resources, limited economic. Papua New Guinea - Papua New Guinea - Resources and power: From onward, major mineral discoveries transformed the economy of Papua New Guinea from one dependent on tropical crops to one based on minerals for most of its exports. Large deposits of gold or of gold and copper led to major developments at Panguna on Bougainville, at Ok Tedi in the Star Mountains in the western mainland . 2 Landowner Compensation in Papua New Guinea’s Mining and Petroleum Sectors Projects that are in production and selling their product hav e a cash income, but exploration projects or service.
'compensation' and the other forms of payment which arise from the 'development' of those resources. It is, of course, the extraction of mineral resources which has provoked most of the recent debate on this subject in Papua New Guinea (see, for example, Larmour , McGavin ). Indeed, one might say that mining stars in. ments relief and development projects in over countries throughout the world. In PNG, World Vision is registered as a local NGO under the name World Vision (PNG) Trust. This booklet on Introduction to Human Rights Law - Papua New Guinea has been designed for community advocates and educators working to reduce fam -. Independent State of Papua New Guinea GENERAL ORDER 18 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY AND WORKERS COMPENSATION Being a General Order to inform agency heads of their obligations to the health and welfare of their staff and employees in compliance with . Deductions towards compensation not lawful. Annual report. General penalty. Offences to be dealt with summarily. Regulations. INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. AN ACT entitled Workers' Compensation Act , Being an Act to provide for compensation to workers and their dependants in respect of injuries suffered.