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 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Traditional Knowledge Act

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

A direct internet link to the profile of language of the Solomon Islands with respect to their status to language development versus language endangerment.

 University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG)

An analysis of cultural change and generation gaps in the local community of the Nungon ethnic group in the state of Papua New Guinea will be the subject of the study. This ethnic group came into contact with Europeans for the first time in the mid-1930s. The pace of cultural changes within the community has been gradually increasing.

 PNG Department of Education

How can linguistics contribute to our knowledge about human dispersals in the distant past? We will consider the case of New Guinea and surrounding islands, one of the most linguistically diverse areas of the world. This study is a follow-up on the Eurocores OMLL project Pioneers of Island Melanesia, reported in Dunn et al. (2005).

 PNG Department of Education


 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Frances, E., 2016: Tracing Language Use and Policy in Cook Islands’ Schools: 1827-2003. South Pacific Studies Vol.36, No.2, 2016.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This dataset contains resources that link to Online Marshallese-English Dictionaries.