Presentations and publications


In February 2019, MV Solomon Trader ran aground on a reef in Lughu Bay, Solomon Islands, spilling over a hundred tonnes of oil into the waters off the coast of Rennell Island.  The disaster raises numerous questions which were explored in a seminar panel session on 27 June 2019.


Francesca Bartlett 'A Professional Project in the South Pacific: Regionalism and Reforming Solomon Islands' Legal Profession' (2018) 42 Fordham International Law Journal 231. Available at

Morgan Brigg, (2018), 'Beyond the thrall of the state: Governance as a relational-affective effect in Solomon Islands', Cooperation and Conflict, (

Jennifer Corrin, 'Plurality and punishment: competition between state and customary authorities in Solomon Islands', 2019 The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, . doi:10.1080/07329113.2018.1540121

Clive Moore, 'The Mouse that Roared: Manasseh Sogavare, China, and Australia,' University of Queensland-Solomon Islands Partnership Seminar, May 11, 2022.

Charles J. T. Radclyffe (2022) Sereke Pua (‘Pottery-Making’): History of a Dying Tradition on Lauru (Choiseul), Solomon Islands, The Journal of Pacific History, DOI: 10.1080/00223344.2022.2047622

 L.J. Thompson and D.A Wadley, (2018 acceptance) '

Integrating Indigenous approaches and relationship-based ethics for culturally safe interventions: Child protection in Solomon Islands

International Social Work', DOI: 10.1177/0020872818755857

Solomon Islands Forest Life: Lavery, Tyrone, Pikacha, Patrick and Fisher, Diana Solomon Islands forest life: information on biology and management of forest resources. Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland, 2016. doi:10.14264/uql.2016.311

UQSIP Meeting to Discuss White Paper and Solomon Islands Related Research at UQ

White Paper UQ SIRP - 4 August 2014

Partnership Publications

UQ Publications Related to Solomon Islands