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Intro


Join us on a new journey

to transform how we engage with public policy in the Pacific

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Intro


Join us on a new journey

to transform how we engage with public policy in the Pacific

The Pacific Institute of Public Policy is evolving into the pacificpolicy.network.  Since 2008 we have brought together the region's leading policy practitioners, influencers and analysts to form the Pacific's premier independent think tank. Drawing on the depth of  knowledge and experience of the network, we have helped shape and inform new thinking on the key issues affecting the region. The richness of our connections is coupled with a deep understanding of the region, and the global geopolitical forces that increasingly play out within it. We remain informed by actively monitoring the policy research base, regional politics, public diplomacy, media and community perspectives. Trusted as a source of reliable, non-partisan analysis we continue to pioneer innovative models of citizen engagement, connecting political actors with citizen voices. As brokers of informed and inclusive debate, we specialise in making often complex information accessible to a broad range of audiences. In order to bridge differing perspectives, we regularly engage in 'kava diplomacy' as a high-level, but low-key, dialogue among principal policy stakeholders and development partners. With a focus on finding Pacific answers to the region's development challenges, we are uniquely positioned to amplify Pacific voices on the international stage.

To learn more about our time as the Pacific Institute of Public Policy visit our legacy website - pacificpolicy.org

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Re-thinking


Re-thinking the think tank

A great deal has changed in our region and beyond since we began. The original challenge was in making information more accessible. We achieved this through our publications in relevant languages and formats, events and broadcasts.

With the rapid advances in online sharing, and the resulting explosion of disinformation, the focus now turns to ensuring policy debates and decisions are not clouded by hearsay and propaganda, but based on facts. More than ever, policy makers and their constituents need access to trusted and reliable sources.

In this new operating reality, the pacificpolicy.network is adapting its approach to ensure that we remain as the region's most trusted provider of independent analysis.

Re-thinking


Re-thinking the think tank

A great deal has changed in our region and beyond since we began. The original challenge was in making information more accessible. We achieved this through our publications in relevant languages and formats, events and broadcasts.

With the rapid advances in online sharing, and the resulting explosion of disinformation, the focus now turns to ensuring policy debates and decisions are not clouded by hearsay and propaganda, but based on facts. More than ever, policy makers and their constituents need access to trusted and reliable sources.

In this new operating reality, the pacificpolicy.network is adapting its approach to ensure that we remain as the region's most trusted provider of independent analysis.

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New


A new model for a new era

With the rapid improvements in online connectivity, we are forging new ways of public problem solving to better connect citizen needs to government responses. We will do this by building on our rich history of engaging with the public policy community, and bridging gaps between technical knowledge and policy-making. Using story-telling will continue to be our preferred means to help inform and include a broad audience. We want to ensure that the advances in technology result in the democratisation of information - promoting truth, knowledge sharing and diversity of ideas. 

New


A new model for a new era

With the rapid improvements in online connectivity, we are forging new ways of public problem solving to better connect citizen needs to government responses. We will do this by building on our rich history of engaging with the public policy community, and bridging gaps between technical knowledge and policy-making. Using story-telling will continue to be our preferred means to help inform and include a broad audience. We want to ensure that the advances in technology result in the democratisation of information - promoting truth, knowledge sharing and diversity of ideas. 

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Future


A future worth investing in

We see a future where the people of the Pacific further shift from being informed to being active participants in the policy decisions that affect their lives.

We are now inviting interested organisations and individuals to invest in our revamped civic enterprise, and be a part of that future!

Connect

Future


A future worth investing in

We see a future where the people of the Pacific further shift from being informed to being active participants in the policy decisions that affect their lives.

We are now inviting interested organisations and individuals to invest in our revamped civic enterprise, and be a part of that future!

Connect

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Stay tuned

for more from pacificpolicy.network

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Stay tuned

for more from pacificpolicy.network