Status and implementation of the Bougainville Peace Agreement and implications for referendum
The target date for a referendum to decide on Bougainville’s political future has been set as 15 June 2019. The delayed referendum is a key milestone contained in a political settlement, the Bougainville Peace Agreement (BPA), which sought to reconcile a violent conflict from 1988–1997.
Bougainville Peace Agreement Supplement
The Bougainville Peace Agreement is a joint creation of the government of PNG and Bougainville leaders. It was heralded as a world class peace document which put to end the worst ever conflict amongst Pacific Island peoples. Today we commemorate the day that this unique document was signed on August 30, 2001 in Arawa. The founding principle of the Bougainville Peace Agreement - Peace by Peaceful Means is the way forward for Bougainville to ensure that we have lasting peace in our journey towards self-determination.
Financing for Fiscal Autonomy: Fiscal Self-Reliance in Bougainville
A report compiled by the PNG National Research Institute
Options for Bougainville’s Autonomy Arrangements: A study from a global comparative perspective
A report compiled by the PNG National Research Institute
Report from the Office of the Chief Secretary (January - July 2018)
This is a detailed report of activities undertaken by the Chief Secretary to the Autonomous Bougainville Government Joseph Nobetau over the first six months of this year. It covers progress made on key issues within government such as the on-going public service reform, increased engagement with the National Government, implementation of the Bougainville Peace Agreement through peace related and weapons disposal initiatives, strengthening good governance, developing initiatives to enhance economic development, enhancing social services and building stronger communities across the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. The report also highlights key challenges and the way forward.

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