With proper space organization and proper use and heat comfort which is key condition for unspoiled development of all functions set by the needs of the children. Playrooms as central rooms in the pre-school buildings, where all the functions of the children during the day are carried out, are subjected to a major articulation and specific interventions. With proper conception of the inner space in the building and use of proper equipment, the play room will be transformed in a place where the children will have healthy and adequate growth and development. The use of furniture which is suitable to the proportions of the pre-school children has key influence for proper body development of the children.

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Since the late s the United Nations, World Bank and International Monetary Fund have framed the promotion of democracy, economic justice and sustainable development through the all-encompassing idea and practice of governance.

The proposed research will anthropologically interrogate the triad of propositions for explaining bad governance in the Pacific. This leads some scholars into a logical and methodological deadlock: the cause for bad governance is nonexistence of grassroot democracy rather than an existing social phenomena. Consequently, because it does not exist, grassroot democracy cannot be studied. In a Pentecostal group from the East Sepik Province in Papua New Guinea performed healing rituals at the National Parliament to chase away evil spirits causing personal and institutional corruption which was disturbing state governance.

The project will follow the below specified work phases. The text in bold represents the phase that is currently underway:. Cart 0. Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies. Novi trg 2, Ljubljana, 4. Basic information. The text in bold represents the phase that is currently underway: First work phase: General project set up and fieldwork preparations Second work phase: Multisited fieldwork in the villages of Awim, Yimas, Imboin, Warlamas, Yamandim in Meska in Papua New Guinea Third work phase: Analysis and dissemination.

Project manager Tomi Bartole, PhD. Project manager at ZRC. Funded by Slovenian Research Agency.


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