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Head of
Publication Dept

Head of Publication Depart.

Lorraine Basse

To submit any articles, documents, book reviews or reports for possible publication, please contact our general editor on:

publications@mi.org.pg

THE MELANESIAN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION


The Melanesian Institute's publications.

 

The publication department is mostly involved in the printing, promotion and the sales of the institute’s publications. The publications we produce are Point (published annually), Catalyst (published twice a year), Occasional Papers (on specific pressing issues whenever an article is ready), Melanesian Mission Studies (Missiological studies into Melanesian Mission) and Other Relevant Articles and Books, which promote the aims and goals of MI in Pastoral, Social and Cultural issues in Melanesia.

These productions are publicised through designing and printing of our brochures, posters, staff business cards, identification cards and newsletters. We also manage the website and look after MI’s Public Relations Section.

The other things that we do include designing, layout, editing and production of MI Publications: managing subscribers’ database: sales of MI publications and extra promotional activities like putting up stalls in conferences, T Shirt sales and supplying of MI publications to other people attending conferences, seminars and our courses both within Papua New Guinea and abroad.

Currently the department consists of only two members: The Head of Department and the General Editor – Lorraine Basse and The Sales and Circulations Manager – Henry Taikeu. The Assistant Editor/Graphics designer will be joining us sometimes towards the middle of this year.

We welcome any papers, articles, reports or documents on Integral Human development, ecumenical dialogue and progress, environmental care, promotion of Melanesian cultural values and a deeper understanding and appreciation al all cultures, within the church and the society.