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Rates of family and sexual violence are among the highest in the world, and perpetrators are rarely prosecuted.
The government led by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill was the focus of sustained protests throughout 2016, including student boycotts and acts of civil disobedience across a number of sectors of the economy, over allegations of corruption.
More than 900 asylum seekers and refugees remain on Manus Island.
Approximately 872 of these are held in a center on a naval base, of whom about 675 are recognized refugees.
In April, the PNG Supreme Court ruled that the detention of asylum seekers and refugees on Manus Island was unconstitutional.
In February, a mob killed a family of four over accusations of sorcery.Papua New Guinea is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a woman, with the majority of women experiencing rape or assault in their lifetime and women facing systemic discrimination.While such acts have long been criminalized and domestic violence was specifically proscribed under the 2013 Family Protection Act (FPA), few perpetrators are brought to justice.Since 2014, the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate (Anti-Corruption Directorate), led by Matthew Damaru, has had a warrant for the arrest of the prime minister on corruption charges, but a court ordered a stay of execution and the warrant still had not been executed at time of writing.In April 2016, PNG's Supreme Court dismissed a suit brought by Prime Minister O’Neill that sought to prevent anti-corruption police from investigating him.
In October 2015, a husband and wife were found guilty of killing their unborn child and were each sentenced to four years in prison, the first convictions under PNG’s 1975 abortion law.