ANU Department of Pacific Affairs
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
Dr Kerryn Baker is a Fellow specialising in Pacific politics with the ANU Department of Pacific Affairs.
Kerryn’s research focuses on issues of gender, politics and participation in the Pacific Islands region. She has extensive experience observing elections in the region including in Papua New Guinea, Bougainville, Solomon Islands and Samoa.
She has provided expert commentary on issues of political participation, elections and electoral reform, and women’s political representation in the Pacific to various media outlets.
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