Captions: 1. Community Development Minister Dame Carol Kidu and Acting British High Commissioner Colin Glass explain how a video conference facility will work to POM Grammar and St Josephs International College students at the British High Commission. 2. Acting British High Commissioner to PNG Colin Glass presents Community Development Minister Dame Carol Kidu with her travel documents as POM Grammar and St Josephs International College students, who will participate in a video conference as part of a side event of the same MDGs conference, look on.
The views of
Speaking to students from the
“It is a very high level meeting that you are going to be speaking to so you should be very proud of that. And the voice of young people is very important so what you are saying and doing will be very important,” the Minister added, when meeting the students at the British High Commission.
This Friday’s video conference between the PNG and New Zealand students is a side programme of a two-day MDG symposium at the Victoria University, Wellington in which Dame Carol will participate in as well as present a paper titled ‘Maternal Health in PNG: Reality, Challenges and Possible Solutions’.
The British High Commission is funding Dame Carol’s travel to
The video conference between the PNG and
The discussions between the 12 participating PNG students and their
The MDGs symposium is being organised by the New Zealand Institute of Policy Studies in partnership with Oxfam New Zealand, the Council for International Development and the British High Commission,