could anyone in the student leadership, both SRC and NUS, give us some briefs or details on the exercise currently being undertaken on the "Maladina Ammendments"?
Would indeed be a great service to the country because a lot of people from all walks of life do not reaaly know what its all about.
Students and staff, including those from high schools and colleages and everyone one else, both in-country and overseas may wish to know, express their views, discuss, thus be more informed to take the right position/actions.
...instead of the usual petty gossip on mundane petty matters i see posted here most of the time.
I think that this is an important issue and agree with your comment
Students are the future PNG leaders in all areas of society. It is important that all students are made aware of the ammendment issues - as it affect all PNG citizens.
Once the students body leaders - provide a balanced breif of the issues to student body; student should be given the option to sign a petition against the ammendments - for submission to Transparency International.
http://www.transparencypng.org.pg/STOP- ... tition.pdf