Title Papua New Guinea: 1. Is there evidence that some violence in the western highlands of PNG is religiously motivated? Specifically, is there evidence that individuals and villages are targeted due to their membership of the Assemblies of God? 2. Is there evidence that AOG members are harmed in Port Moresby, Lae, and Wewak? 3. Is there evidence of a dispute between members of the Kinbim Remi and the Kumbu Maip tribes anywhere in PNG? 4. Is there evidence of clans or tribes known as the 'Kundka' or 'Akelka' in the Western Highlands?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 3 February 2012
Country Papua New Guinea
Topics Assemblies of God | Communal conflict / Social conflict | Freedom of religion | Minorities
Citation / Document Symbol PNG39847
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Papua New Guinea: 1. Is there evidence that some violence in the western highlands of PNG is religiously motivated? Specifically, is there evidence that individuals and villages are targeted due to their membership of the Assemblies of God? 2. Is there evidence that AOG members are harmed in Port Moresby, Lae, and Wewak? 3. Is there evidence of a dispute between members of the Kinbim Remi and the Kumbu Maip tribes anywhere in PNG? 4. Is there evidence of clans or tribes known as the 'Kundka' or 'Akelka' in the Western Highlands?, 3 February 2012, PNG39847, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5059812f2.html [accessed 21 April 2014]
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