Ples Singsing Writers & Associates with the support of the Commonwealth Foundation brings Papua Niuginian writers the second of our annual essay writing competitions ENTRY FORMS are available here.
“Askim sapos ol Papua Niuginian’s isave rait emi rong askim” [Tok Pisin translations] MICHAEL DOM IT WAS MY IMPRESSION that one of the questions bothering Philip Fitzpatrick around 2010, on his ruminations about his once adopted home was that, if Papua New Guineans are writing, then where is the published evidence? LONG LUKSAVE-TINGTING BILONG MIContinue reading “Asking if Papua New Guineans write is the wrong question”
BY MICHAEL DOM Authors note: This is an unedited essay which is being posted now because of the current feature on language loss in our country. While the text could certainly benefit from a good editor, those folks are hard to come by, harder to convince, and probably demand hard currency. What’s more, since IContinue reading “Long wanem as tru na yumi itambuim tokples long skul?”
JIMAIMAH WAFI Compensation is a way of settling disputes between two parties. Compensation is typically money awarded to someone in recognition of loss, suffering or injury. In Papua New Guinea (PNG) compensation is becoming common for settling disputes and making peace between two parties. Compensation is provided for different reasons, for example, homicide compensation, workersContinue reading “ESSAY: Compensation payment undermines justice in PNG”