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Assist in providing recommendations on International and National Environment Law

Morobe Development Foundation Inc.

13 Aug 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
13 Aug 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
Morobe Development Foundation Inc. requires the support of an Online Volunteer who can assist the Foundation to review an existing research paper on International Environment and the National Laws in Papua New Guinea by identifying set backs, loop holes in the existing laws for the benefit of the country. The selected volunteer will be help us to (1) research and pinpoint appropriate international laws and (2) provide a set of recommendations to the Papua New Guinean government to benefit the country.
International law
The project falls in line with the Foundation objective to promote community development and the result will pinpoint why there are circumstances where foreigners are using the weakness in the laws of the country for their benefit. The summary of the paper will pinpoint the weakness in the existing laws. Put out recommendation to further enact laws for the benefit of Papua New Guinea.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 3 weeks
The Foundation is looking for a lawyer who has a master's or doctoral degree in International Environment Laws and has published several papers on the topic. Student candidate who are also undergoing their Masters Thesis are also encouraged to apply
Papua New Guinea

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