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Meg Taylor

8 Podcast Episodes

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Dame Meg Taylor remembers Sir Michael Somare

Pacific Beat

The outgoing Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, says the death of Sir Michael Somare has left many people bereft. She remembers the man she saw as the founding father of her nation, and a warrior of the Pacific.

5mins

2 Mar 2021

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COVIDcast: Secretary General Meg Taylor on COVID in the Pacific Islands

Lowy Institute: Live Events

In this episode Jonathan Pryke, Director of the Lowy Institute’s Pacific Islands Program, sits down with Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, to discuss how COVID-19 is affecting health, economics, local communities, climate change, regionalism and geopolitics in the Pacific region.COVIDcast is a Lowy Institute pop-up podcast for anyone interested in understanding the effect of coronavirus on global politics. Each week for the next few weeks, Lowy Institute experts will sit down to discuss the implications of coronavirus for the world.

27mins

29 May 2020

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Singles Only: DJ Meg Taylor (Ep. 124)

Laugh Factory Podcast Network

Host Paul Farahvar and co-host Patti Vasquez welcome DJ Meg Taylor to shopping online (aka online dating), dating in your 30s and Paul's grocery shopping date.

34mins

18 Nov 2018

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DJ Meg Taylor! (Episode 124)

Singles Only!

Host Paul Farahvar and co-host Patti Vasquez welcome DJ Meg Taylor to shopping online (aka online dating), dating in your 30s and Paul's grocery shopping date.

34mins

18 Nov 2018

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My Father, My country - Q & A session of documentary screening with Dame Meg Taylor

Development Policy Centre Podcast

In 1938 three Australian patrol officers – Jim Taylor, John Black and Pat Walsh – set off on an epic journey into the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Their purpose: to make contact with highland tribes who until then, had no contact with the outside world, and to explain to them that their lives were about to undergo incredible change.Fifty years later, Jim’s daughter Meg retraced her father’s steps and met people who remembered the day the patrol arrived. Meg’s observations are combined with excerpts from her father’s journal to provide a personal and poetic narrative about an extraordinary meeting of cultures. [extract from In My Father’s Footsteps]Dame Meg Taylor is a Papua New Guinean lawyer and diplomat. She studied at the University of PNG, received her LLB from Melbourne University and her LLM from Harvard University. She practiced law with the Office of the Public Solicitor and in the private sector, and served as a member of the Law Reform Commission of PNG. She was Ambassador of Papua New Guinea to the United States, Mexico and Canada in Washington, DC and then worked at the World Bank Group for 15 years. In August 2014, she was appointed Secretary General to the Pacific Islands Forum. Dame Meg is also Pacific Ocean Commissioner.This podcast features the Q&A session that preceded a film screening of Dame Meg's documentary, 'My father, my country', on 22 June. The screening was presented as part of the Development Policy Centre’s PNG Project, which receives funding from the Australian Aid Program through the Pacific Governance and Leadership Precinct.

34mins

26 Jun 2017

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Pacific conversations with Dame Meg Taylor

Development Policy Centre Podcast

During her first visit to Vanuatu as Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS), Dame Meg Taylor took some time to chat with Tess Newton Cain for Pacific Conversations.Blog post available here: http://devpolicy.org/regionalism-sub-regionalism-and-womens-empowerment-an-interview-with-dame-meg-taylor-20150308/

16mins

3 Jun 2015

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11-16-90 Ms. Meg Taylor

Chapel 1990 - 1991

32mins

26 Jul 2011

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11-14-90 Ms. Meg Taylor

Chapel 1990 - 1991

27mins

25 Jul 2011