54 films Found
The Sepik River Basin in Papua New Guinea is a natural wonder and home to rich and ancient cultures, but its community is divided. Logging operations and a proposed massive mine site bring hope of economic prosperity for some. But others fear development of the land by international companies means environmental destruction with little benefit. With a long history of mistrust of big corporations …
Well-intentioned businesses have been enthusiastic customers of carbon credits. They've been offsetting their emissions by buying credits from companies promising to stop exploitative timber harvesting, whilst lifting locals out of poverty. But there is a vast chasm between what is marketed and what is really happening on the ground. In Papua New Guinea, one company is wreaking environmental deva…
Sean Dorney returns to Papua New Guinea, where he was a foreign correspondent for many years. Now suffering from motor neuron disease, it may be his last visit.
"My people, my land. You don't know how much it's hurting me". 25 years ago in Papua New Guinea a violent conflict erupted in the coffee-growing plantations. Is the Ganiga tribal war finally over?
With over 8 students shot by police, accusations of $30m of state fraud and a prime minister fighting for his political life, Papua New Guinea is on the brink of chaos. This report goes to the heart of the maelstrom.
In Papua New Guinea, the risk of dying during childbirth is one in 30, making it one of the most dangerous places in the world for women to give birth. We meet the doctor determined to change this fact.
Inhumane conditions, self-harming and mismanagement: the shocking claims about life inside the Nauru and Manus Island detention centres are brought to light following a string of high profile testimonies.
With asylum seekers in Australia processed and resettled in a Papua New Guinea detention centre, what really awaits them there? Claims of rape and torture are exposed in this exclusive whistleblower interview.