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POSTERS Collection Finding Aid







Posters relating to the Papua New Guinea 2012 National General Election

(Broadside 630 (PNG Election 2012))









Papua New Guinea held a general election from June to July 2012 for 111 seats in the National Parliament. 89 members were elected from open electorates and 22 from provincial electorates. This collection includes posters relating to that election.

Content


Materials in this collection include:

• voter education material (such as how to register/vote; polling place information)

• candidate posters

• election planning maps



Other non-poster materials relating to these elections are shelved separately. Most material was produced for use nationally; however one sub-set of material in this collection was produced for use in or was collected from the Southern Highlands region.

Access


The posters may be requested by eCallslip: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn6154076 and used in the Library’s Petherick Reading Room. They are not available for interlibrary loan.

Arrangement


Material is divided by type of material (e.g. posters; flipcharts; maps) and then subdivided by category (e.g. candidate posters; voter educational material). There is an additional category of material from the Southern Highlands.

Other resources


The National Library’s collection also includes:

  • Ephemera from this election, which is shelved separately as Ephemera formed 56 (PNG Election 2012) and available by eCall slip request: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn6154076 for use in the Petherick Reading Room. It is not available for interlibrary loan.

  • Archive-IT websites: https://archive-it.org/collections/3210

  • Published works

  • eResources


Brief guide to contents

Posters


  • Candidate posters for individual electorates

  • HIV-AIDS education posters

  • Voter enrolment posters

  • Voter education posters

  • Sample educational posters

Flipcharts


  • Voter education flipcharts

  • Polling officials training flip chart

Maps and aviation charts


  • Air planning maps with aviation charts

  • Air planning maps

  • Area maps

Southern Highlands posters and flipcharts


  • Candidate posters

  • Candidates for individual electorates posters

  • Voter education posters

  • Voter education flipcharts

Detailed guide to contents

Posters


Candidate posters for individual electorates (14 posters)
Candidate posters displayed at polling places and in polling booths. Posters range in size from 49 x 29.7 cm to 63 x 45 cm. Most posters show the typically large number of candidates competing in a single PNG electorate, and have small portrait shots of each candidate for that electorate and their name displayed in a grid, occasionally with a smaller portrait of their party’s leader alongside, and party political affiliation listed, if any. Each candidate portrait has a number, starting from 10 upwards.


  • One poster is for a single candidate, Simon Sia, an independent ethnic-Chinese candidate for the Eastern Highlands provincial seat. The remaining posters are for Alotau Open, Central Bougainville Open, North Bougainville Open, South Bougainville Open, Esa’ala Open, Gazelle Open, Kokopo Open, Milne Bay Provincial, Pomio Open, Rabaul Open, West New Britain Provincial, Bogia Open, Eastern Highlands Provincial. Additional posters in this style for Mendi Open, Moresby South Open, Moresby North-west Open and Southern Highlands provincial are in the supplementary poster run, as is another copy of the poster for Kokopo Open.


HIV-AIDS education posters (5 posters)
Includes different HIV-AIDS education posters used before and during the election, to promote condom use and hygienic practices to stop the spread of AIDS during the election period. Posters range in size from 30 x 42 cm to 59 x 42 cm. Includes:


  • one poster on family health and the role of condom use in protecting the family; text in Tok Pisin, heading reads “Malolo liklik ... givim 3 pla yia namel long ol pikinini. Spesim ol, long kamapim hepi, helti femli .. yusim kondom!”; photos of happy and healthy family and children;

  • one poster showing healthy behaviours and practices for people with/without AIDS, text in Tok Pisin; heading reads : “Rot yu no inap kisim HIV/AIDS/; Rot yu inap kisim HIV/AIDS ... HIV/AIDS: lainim na istap waintaim”;

  • three posters with identical cartoon illustrations showing casual sexual encounters, alcohol consumption and condom use during the elections, one of which has text in English (heading is “This election ... be wise, use a condom”), one in Tok Pisin (“Dispela ileksen ... tingting gut, usim kondom!” ) and another in an unidentified language (Hiri Motu?) ( “Inai ileksen ... laloa namonamo kondom oi atoa!“)


Voter enrolment posters (4 posters)
Four large posters (approx 60 x 42 cm) used in the PNG Electoral Commission pre-election voter enrolment campaign; English language versions.

  • One poster with heading “Have you enrolled?”; cartoon-style illustrations show who is eligible to vote

  • One poster with heading “It’s all about democracy; persons with disAbilities have the right to choose their leaders” and illustrated with the symbols for the blind, hearing impaired, sign language and wheelchair users.

  • Two posters with identical text, heading is “Enrol now. You can make a difference in 2012 Election. Enrol now to have your say.” One has a drawing of a woman as its background; the other has a photograph of a man, both pointing at viewer.


Voter education posters (14 posters)
Different posters (approx. 30 x 42, 42 x 30 cm) used in the PNGEC pre-election voter education campaign. At the bottom of each are logos of 2012 Vote LPV, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of HIV AIDS, Caritas Papua New Guinea, and Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea PNG Electoral Support Program.
Three posters have identical cartoon pictures, showing one voter choosing a candidate who will serve the community and then receiving good services such as housing, roads and water taps; another voter chooses one he has received money from and instead gets no services and run-down hospitals and schools.


  • First is in English (heading: “I have the power to choose a good leader! Your poor decisions in voting will affect your future”),

  • Second is in Tok Pisin (heading: “Vot bilong mi i gat pawa long makim gutpela lida. Vot bilong mi na kaikai bilong em!”),

  • Third is in an unidentified PNG language, possibly Hiri Motu (“Lau be mai egu siahu, gunalaia tauna namona lau do lau abiahidi! Oi emu abiahidi kererena ese, vaira laganidia lalonai anina do ia hedinarai”)


Three posters with identical cartoon illustrations of an elderly PNG man and woman, each with a finger raised for attention, alongside two tablets with 10 election guidelines on them. These advise of the importance of your vote, to vote for trustworthy candidates for the future of the country and to avoid corruption, and to vote only once and select three candidates.


  • First has text in English (heading: “Election guidelines”),

  • Second in Tok Pisin (“Tenpela stia tok bilong ileksen”),

  • Third in another PNG language, possibly Hiri Motu (“Eleksen sisiba dalaidia”).


Two posters with identical cartoon-style illustrations of 5 youths (male and female), 4 in traditional costumes from different regions of PNG and one in a wheelchair, around a ballot box.

  • One poster has text in English (“Youth have the power to create a better PNG! We are 18 years old and over; It is our right to vote freely; Respect us and our rights; Do not force us to vote candidates; We will not accept bribery; We are sick of corruption – enough is enough. Our land! Our country! Our future!”);

  • The other has same message in Tok Pisin (heading: “Ol yut i gat pawa long kirapim gutpela sindaun!”)


Three posters with identical illustrations of a globe and resources of gas, oil, fish, timber, gold, copper, with PNG Parliament as background.


  • One poster is in English, text reads: “Good governance, the pillar of prosperity. Use our resources wisely; care for our environment; Share the wealth of our nation; Service delivery must be fair. All power belongs to the people! Vote with care to make a difference!” Other posters have same message,

  • One in Tok Pisin (header: “Gutpela na stretpela wok gavman, em i as tru bilong gutpela sindaun insait long PNG!”)

  • One in another PNG language, possibly Hiri Motu (header: “Hahegunalai namona, be taga imailana”)


Three posters with identical illustrations. At centre are a woman and baby against background of female gender symbol ♀. At each corner is a different heading with an illustration of a woman in that role.


  • English language poster has: Politics (showing a female politician); Community (a woman villager); Economy (a woman pilot); Education (a woman graduate). Main text of English language poster reads: “Women have rights! Women have power! We have the right to participate in our national election. We should feel free to exercise our democratic right without fear. Let us all work together, both men and women, towards change. Our rights must be protected and respected.”

  • Second poster has identical layout and message in Tok Pisin (heading reads: “Ol meri i gat rait! Ol meri i gat pawa!”);

  • Another in another PNG language, possibly Hiri Motu (heading reads: “Kahine be mai edia maoro! Hahine be mai edia siahu!”)



Voter education posters (large) (20 posters)
Includes different larger-sized (approx. 59.5 x 42 or 42 x 59.5 cm) posters used in the PNGEC pre-election voter education campaign.
Three posters, with identical layout, on limited preferential voting (LPV). All have logo of a pen and a ballot paper with “Vote LPV 1- 2-3 Now that’s Fair” at top.


  • One has text in English: “Limited Preferential Voting is the way to vote in National and Local-Level Government Elections. You are now required to vote for your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice. Our vote, our future”.

  • Second poster has same text in Tok Pisin (header is: “Limited Preferential Voting emi wei long vot long Nesinal na Lokol-Levol Gavman Ileksens”);

  • Third poster has text in another local language, possibly Hiri Motu (header is: “Limited Preferential voting be vouti dalana general eleksin lalonai”). At bottom of all posters are logos of Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea, a wheelchair access sign, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of HIV AIDS, Papua New Guinea.


Four posters on the procedures and conducting of elections and acceptable behavior. All posters have logos of Vote LPV, Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea, a wheelchair access sign, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of HIV AIDS, Papua New Guinea.


  • First poster is in English with title: “Acceptable behavior”. Seven photos and titles show seven examples of acceptable behavior with ticks of approval, such as Campaign in an honest way; One person, one vote; Respect ballot boxes & election officials. At bottom of poster is text: “Work together with Electoral Commission for a free, fair & safe Election 2012”.

  • Second poster is in Tok Pisin and shows unacceptable behavior. Title is: “Pasin nogut. Ino ken wokim pasin nogut long 2012 Ileksen taim”. Subtitle: “Nogut”, in red, precedes seven photos with titles and red crosses showing seven examples of unacceptable behavior, such as intimidating voters, voting multiple times, seizing ballot boxes, bribery.

  • Third poster has illustration of a young PNG woman in a yellow dress pointing at the viewer (possibly encouraging voter registration or advising where to vote?). Text is in a local PNG language, possibly Hiri Motu, header reads: “Varuk ra iangim go ra Pakanai bung”. Text at bottom refers readers to Provincial electoral office, District office, LLG office, ba kaum Ward councillors.

  • Fourth poster is on families voting at the same time, cartoon illustration shows a family queuing to vote behind the mother. Text in Tok Pisin, header says: “Vot wantaim femili. Nau yumi femili yet ken vot wantaim”.


Two posters on the importance of voting for nation-building.


  • The first poster shows illustration of three happy PNG children held in outstretched hands; backdrop is PNG Parliament building. Text reads: “Your vote is our future. Vote wisely, 2012 National Election”. At bottom are logos of Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea, a wheelchair access sign, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of HIV AIDS, Papua New Guinea, and contact details of PNG Electoral Commission.

  • Second poster shows cartoon of elderly PNG man marching towards forked path, one way sign-posted Development and prosperity, the other No services and development. A ballot box is between them. A thought bubble reads: “Be wise and choose a good leader when you vote in the election…” Title of poster reads: “2012 National Election. PNG is at the crossroads – where do we go to from here?” At bottom are logos of 2012 Vote LPV, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of HIV AIDS, Caritas Papua New Guinea, Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea.


Eleven posters, mostly in Tok Pisin, on voting wisely, conducting fair and safe elections, the importance of choosing honest candidates, and politicians’ responsibilities. All posters have logos, of Transparency International, Electoral Commission Papua New Guinea and HIV AIDS campaign, at bottom.

  • First poster is double sided, in English, front reads: “Everybody pays taxes! Governments use taxes to pay for the things we need’ Slogan at bottom reads “Free, fair and safe Elections 2012” Cartoon-style illustrations show a variety of activities where taxes including GST are levied (such as buying beer or food, driving a truck) and where taxes are spent (hospitals, police, schools etc.). A man shown voting says: “So use your vote wisely!” Reverse has explanatory text for election educators, header reads “Everybody pays taxes! It’s your money so make sure it gets used properly”; then an outline of how to use poster, information on what taxes are and how they are used, responsibilities and accountability of government and MPs, what points to emphasize, a reminder to vote for MP who will use taxes wisely even if not from your clan.

  • Second poster has same illustrations and information on front and reverse as first poster, text in Tok Pisin. Front reads: “Olgeta lain save peim takis! Gavman save yusim takis long peim ol servis yumi nidim.” A man shown voting says: “Olsem na yusim gut vot bilong yu!”, slogan at bottom reads “Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”

  • Third poster in English, reads ”Your vote is power! Vote wisely – know your candidates” Cartoon-style illustrations show large arrogant politician disdainfully taking votes of small people on left, text reads “Leaders don’t choose us”, contrasted with picture on right of large, confident voters giving votes to small, apprehensive politician, text reads “We choose our leaders”. Slogan at bottom is “Free, fair and peaceful Elections 2012”.

  • Fourth poster has same illustrations and information as third, text in Tok Pisin. Text and slogans read “Vot bilong yu em pawa! Vot stret, save gut long ol kendidet bilong yu. Ol lida I no save makim mipela. Mipela I save makim ol. Fri, nogat wansait pasin na bel hevi nabaut Eleksen 2012”

  • Fifth poster is in Tok Pisin; cartoon-style illustration shows panicking politician confronted by people demanding he fulfill promises and provide services. Header reads:”Em wok bilong yu long mekim ol lida kamapim ol sevis ol tok ol bai kamapim”, slogan at bottom is “Fri, nogat wansait pasin na bel hevi nabaut Eleksen 2012”.

  • Sixth poster is in Tok Pisin; cartoon-style illustration shows PNG male and female candidates/leaders and lists desirable characteristics, such as honest male or female, good record of service, belief in unity of country. Main text reads: “Ol gutpela lida gat wanem kain pasin? Ol gutpela lida save wok hat long helpim pipel, provins na kantri bilong ol na ol”. At bottom: ”Fri, nogat wansait pasin na bel hevi nabaut Eleksen 2012”

  • Seventh poster is double-sided and in Tok Pisin; front has cartoon-style illustrations depicting 3 people and a baby rejecting 50 kina bribes from 2 candidates, while reminding them of the cost of essential services such as roads, health and education. Text reads: “Vot bilong yumi inap long… Gutpela rot, K50m; helt, K5m; edukesen, K1.5m. Vot bilong yu i winim moa long K50. Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”. Reverse has explanatory text for election educators, header reads “Vot bilong yumi I bikpela samting! Vot bilong yu I winim moa long K50”; then an outline of how to use poster, questions that may be asked and answers, information to emphasize including cost of services and not selling your vote, and summary.

  • Eighth poster is double-sided and in Tok Pisin; front has cartoon-style illustrations depicting a male and a female candidate, holding money for vote-buying and looking confused as three people reject it and state they prefer good roads, schools and housing. Text reads: “Mipela laikim sevis, I no moni bilong yu! Mipela laikim gutpela rot! Mipela laikim gutpela skul! Mipela laikim gutpela hausik! Gutpela sevis I save kamapim gutpela sindaun bilong kantri!” Slogan at bottom: “Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”. Reverse has has explanatory text for election educators, header reads “Mipela laikim servis, I no moni bilong yu! Olsem na noken traim long grisim mipela wantaim moni”; then an outline of how to use poster, questions that may be asked on bribery or “gris moni” (grease money) and answers, and summary.

  • Ninth poster is double-sided and in Tok Pisin; front has cartoon-style illustrations depicting two people talking on a bridge above river amongst well maintained huts of different types, saying that best candidate may not be a local person. One hut has sign: “Sretpela kendidet stap long hia” Main text reads: “Votim stretpela kendidet! Stretpela kendidet no inap wantok bilong yu tasol tingim kantri na bihaintaim bilong yu noken tingim kros pait pasin bilong ples”. Slogan at bottom: “Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”. Reverse has explanatory text for election educators, header reads “Votim gutpela kendidet! Nogut raitpela kendidet I no wantok bilong yu”; then an outline of how to show poster, questions and answers on characteristics of candidates, and points to finish on.

  • Tenth poster is double-sided and in Tok Pisin; front has cartoon-style illustrations showing a woman in a wheelchair and an elderly man being assisted at the polling booth; the old man says “Tenkyu pikinini.” Main text reads: “Mekim helpim kamap stretpela. Ol lapun na ol lain I no save rit na rait, i gat rait long makim ol lain we ol I gat bilip na wanbel long halivim ol long taim bilong vot.” Slogan at bottom: “Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”. Reverse has explanatory text for election educators, header reads “Mekim helpim I stretpela. Ol family ken helpim ol turangu lain olsem han na lek nogut”; then an outline of how to show poster, questions and answers on rights of all, including disabled, to vote, and points to finish on.

  • Eleventh poster is double-sided and in Tok Pisin; front has cartoon-style illustrations depicting different scenarios at the voting station, such as voting correctly, rejecting bribes, not intimidating voters or voting multiple times, helping elderly and disabled to vote, using women-only polling booths, remembering candidates’ promises. Main text reads: “Ples bilong yu ken mekim wanem long kamapim stretpela pasin long taim bilong eleksen? Luksave long wanem I gutpela pasin na pasin nogut long taim bilong eleksen. NAU mekin eksen” At bottom is advice that can contact Transparency International PNG for more materials and answers to questions, with contact details for Stephen and Hannah. Logo at bottom: “Fri, stretpela na gutpela Eleksen 2012”. Reverse has explanatory text for election educators, header reads: “ Ples bilong yu ken mekim wanem long kamapim stretpela pasin long taim bilong eleksen? Eleksen em taim bilong mekim STRETPELA desisen. I NO trabel” then an outline of how to show poster, questions and answers on fair and straight elections, avoiding bribery and trouble, and points to finish on.


Sample educational posters


  • Candidate poster, Turumu Open electorate: sample. 30 x 42 cm. Dummy sample for non-existent electorate of Turumu, with the same layout as real posters but with drawings of pretend candidates (e.g. Alice Purple, Boki Red) and their name displayed in a grid. This poster is to be used with the Vote counting game, held in Ephemera (formed) 56, box 4. Also included is a dummy ballot paper for Turumu ward.

  • Sample informal ballot papers. 42 x 59 cm. Poster showing 10 examples of informal ballot papers, with explanations of why they are not acceptable.



Flipcharts



Voter education flipcharts (4 charts)
Four different flipcharts used in the PNGEC pre-election voter education campaign. All are printed on heavy glossy paper, between covers of heavy glossy cardboard, spiral bound at top. 42 x 59 cm.


  • One flipchart entitled: “Good governance”. In English. Contents are colour reproductions of eight voter education posters (What is a good leader? PNG is at the crossroads, where do we go from here? Our vote, our future. Your vote is power. Woman have rights, women have power! Election guidelines. Acceptable behaviour. Unacceptable behaviour) Logos at bottom of cover of Vote LPV, Electoral Commission PNG; Zero HIV long PNG

  • One flipchart, cover on title: “Vote 123 LPV. Now that’s fair”. White cover with pattern of numbers 123. Logo at bottom of Electoral Commission PNG. Contents are in English, 7 pages. Contents explain limited preferential voting system, and include sample ballot paper and chart to illustrate how votes are counted and distribution of preferences.

  • One flipchart, title on cover “Vote 123 LPV. Now that’s fair”. Orange-brown cover is stylized image from PNG flag and photos of tribes people. Logo at bottom of cover of Electoral Commission PNG, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of AIDS. Contents in English, 13 pages. Introduces the LPV system, enrolling to vote, voting eligibility, voting procedures, how votes are counted and distribution of preferences. Includes samples of enrolment form, ballot papers, and candidate posters.

  • One flipchart, title on cover “Vot LPV 123. Nau em orait” Cover design and contents are same as flipchart above, but text in Tok Pisin. 13 pages.


Polling officials training flip chart (large) (one chart)
One large flipchart used to train polling officials assigned to polling places; 88 x 60 cm. in customized black plastic cloth carry bag with handles (66 x 110 cm) which has logo: Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission; Free, fair & safe elections 2012. Flipchart has title: Polling officials training flipchart. Consists of 29 single-sided laminated leaves, spiral bound at top. Two backing boards are joined at base and fold out to stand flip chart upright. Front leaf has list of contents, every other has an illustration or chart on one of 28 different topics: 1. Checklist before polling day; 2. Election journal first page; 3. Inventory form; 4. Ballot paper handover & transfer forms; 5. Attendance & performance form; 6. Polling booth set-up procedure; 7. Security tasks & polling booth control lines; 8. Inside & outside polling booth layouts; 9. Code of conduct for polling officials; 10.Opening and closing times & opening speech; 11. Plastic ballot boxes & box seal numbers; 12.Identification, inking and ballot paper issue; 13. New electoral roll; 14. Incident report form; 15. Inking & gender tally sheet; 16. Assisted voters flowchart; 17. Spoilt ballot paper flowchart; 18. Section voting 141/1 flowchart; 19. Section voting 141/2 flowchart; 20. TIPNG secret ballot poster; 21. Deceased & relocated voters; 22. Ethical situation no. 1: what’s wrong? 23. Ethical situation no. 2: what’s wrong? 24. Closing the polling booth flowchart; 25. Gender tally total form (58); 26. Ballot paper account form; 27. Expenses reconciliation form; 28. Conveyance form.

Maps and aviation charts

Maps in this collection were used for planning election transport routes, e.g. for transporting polling officials, delivering and collecting ballot boxes. The air planning maps were produced by the Australian Defense Force, 2012, “with the endorsement of the Electoral Commissioner for the 2012 PNG Election” and show geography and elevation; the legend shows electoral symbology (such as counting centres, polling station, hot spots), hydrology and cultural features (built up areas and electoral boundaries) and are scale 1: 350 000. The air planning maps also have statement: “Warning: Horizontal accuracy of settlements and electoral positions cannot be confirmed and are therefore not authoritative”; most show planned tracks for helicopter flights. Other maps show village locations and electoral boundaries. The aviation charts show details of dates, flight times, destinations, refueling stops, personnel numbers etc.


Air planning maps with aviation charts


  • Aviation support plan lift statistics for the PNG National Election 2012. One aviation planning chart showing that 999 individual helicopter and fixed wing journeys were undertaken to transport 4995 polling officials during the 2012 election

  • Madang Province (5 sheets): set of air planning maps (2) and aviation schedule charts (3) for Madang Province. Maps show planned tracks for helicopter flights. The maps are identical, numbered CJTF 630 12 003 edition 1; however one is laminated and has been annotated in texta with operational notes, e.g. “Police chopper standby”.

  • Western Province (3 sheets): complete set of air planning map (1) and aviation schedule charts (2) for Western Province. Map shows planned tracks for helicopter flights. Map is numbered CJTF 630 12 007 edition 1.

  • East New Britain Province (2 sheets): complete set of an air planning map and aviation schedule chart for East New Britain Province. Map shows planned tracks for helicopter flights. Map is numbered CJTF 630 12 008 edition 1.


Air planning maps


  • West New Britain air planning map (1 sheet): map shows planned tracks for helicopter flights. Map is numbered CJTF 630 12 009, edition 1.

  • Eastern Highlands air planning map (1 sheet): map shows planned tracks for helicopter flights. Map is numbered CJTF 630 12 020, edition 1.


Area maps


  • Morobe Province (1 sheet). Shows location of villages and main roads, unattributed, undated, assume also made by ADF 2012. Scale is 1: 300 000. No legend or key.

  • Proposed New Southern Highlands Province: provincial map: 2011 proposed open electorates and province for public attention (objection) period 29-08-2011 to 10-09-2011 (1 sheet). Scale 1: 293, 000. Legend shows villages, facilities, and provincial and electorate boundaries. Produced and printed by the National Mapping Bureau, Department of Lands & Physical Planning, July 2011; PNG Electoral Boundaries Commission.

  • District map, Chuave, Simbu province. Scale is 1: 41 000. Legend shows villages, facilities, and provincial and electorate boundaries. Produced by Department of Lands & Physical Planning, Waigani, 2002, based on National Mapping Bureau Survey 2000. Map has been annotated in with numbers against some village names, which have been highlighted in orange or green texta, to show locations and stages of polling teams.

  • Papua New Guinea road system 1992. Road system map of PNG in 4 sections, made by the PNG Department of Works, 1992; reprinted by National Mapping Bureau 1996. Scale is 1; 1 000 000. Used for planning election transport routes.



Additional posters and flipcharts from the Southern Highlands.

These posters and flipcharts were received as a separate donation from a different donor. Some voter education posters are duplicates of those in the main collection listed above. However, all posters in this additional donation have been retained and kept together as this supplemental run. This is because almost all were collected from one region, the Southern Highlands Province of PNG, and they give a snapshot of the types of posters that were used and displayed at a regional, not national, level. Many are damaged, torn or have sticky tape adhering to them.


Candidate posters
Most are for individual candidates and are described briefly with candidate name, keywords or phrases taken from the posters (not the whole text), party affiliation and electorate. All have headshot photos of candidates (all but 1 in colour) and the number of their box to tick.
Small posters (A4 size) (8 posters)


  • Paul Ake Kaia, “Simple man for simple people”, Star Alliance Party, Southern Highlands

  • Tamua Joseph Balupa-TJ, “Advancing in Time”, Independent candidate, Kagua-Erave Open

  • Tony Undi Undiri, “Yes or no, igat o nogat … kisim ansa nau, ino […]”, Imbongu Open

  • Sylvester Harry Komba, “Youth with an action five year development plan… Your wish is my command … Think wise, act smart”. Independant [sic] candidate, Southern Highlands.

  • Monica Mange Peipul, “The right choice for human resource development. We work together for further change in our district”. Independent candidate, Imbonggu Open.

  • Titi Derio, Independent candidate, [East New Britain province?]

  • Robert Kopaol, “leadership platform, development priorities” Promises include End times leadership to liberate people with God’s help, infrastructure and electrification/TV. Independent candidate, Nipa Kutubu Open.

  • Jerry Kama, Country Party, Port Moresby North West.


Mid-sized posters (most approx. 42 x 30 cm.) (34 unique posters plus some duplicates)


  • Vincent Mirupasi, LLB. “I stand for zero tolerance to corruption, infrastructure development, accountability of all monies, quality education. Time for change”. Independent candidate, Southern Highlands regional.( 2 copies of this poster)

  • Kerry Lero Mamai. “Gutpela taim, taim nogut – mi stap”. Independent candidate, Komo-Margarima Open

  • Timothy Irinaya Pape.Poster also has photo of Parliamentary leader. Country Party, Southern Highlands (2 copies of this poster).

  • Timothy Irinaya Pape.”New vision, new direction, new leadership”. Country Party, Southern Highlands Regional.

  • Joe Yoke Alopea, “Action man. Yumi kirapim Imbonggu” Independent candidate, Imbonggu.

  • John Mombulu Arikepo Naikisi. “Five years youths power. Authorized and endorsed by Southern Highlands youths”. Promises include stable leadership with Christian churches, service delivery (youth houses, school and health infrastructure, fight corruption, empower youth and women’s groups in income generation in villages, fund co-operative societies. Independent candidate, Southern Highlands regional.

  • Korowa Pokeya, “Strongpela lida, stretpela pasin, strongim kantri. Passion for God, passion for man, passion for land” Christian Democratic party, Imbonggu Open.

  • Pangia Timothy Titipu, “Let us economically be independent”. Independent candidate, authorized by Pasta Thomas Lou, Southern Highlands Regional.

  • Onarop Joseph Ingipa, “Changer, fixer, reformer. Jesus others you JOY. 10% to churches, free education, free health care, stop corruption, good infrastructure, direct funding to LLG” PNG Party for Change, Imbongu Open (2 copies of this poster)

  • Joseph Konol, “Original chief, Daddy Boss. Vote for a change”. Independent candidate, Southern Highlands Regional. (2 copies of this poster)

  • William Titpe Powi “Growing our future” PNC (People’s National Congress), Southern Highlands

  • William Titpe Powi “Growing our future. Free education … Improve Healthcare … Better infrastructure… Stronger law & order … Growing our economy .. This is the reform I want and this is what PNC will deliver”. Also has photo of Peter O’Neill, Prime Minister and PNC party leader. PNC candidate, Southern Highlands.

  • Steven Temo, “For a new beginning!”, T.H.E. Triumph Heritage Empowerment Party, Imbongu Open

  • James Kinu Komengi, “Ko angi haribago”. Independent candidate, Hela Provincial.

  • De Kewanu, “For real change”. Independent candidate, Mendi Open

  • Jerry Kiwai LLB, “Governor Southern Highlands; Moving SHP forward from Ground zero”.[ Independent candidate] Southern Highlands.

  • Jerry Kiwai LLB, “Moving SHP forward with Jerry Kiwai LLB. Policy: Poverty alleviation, wealth & job creation”. Independent candidate, Southern Highlands.

  • Wale Molsie, “Mi stap yet”. Independent candidate, Imbongu Open.

  • Pr. Isaac Joseph “Changer, fixer, reformer. Jesus others you JOY”. PNG Party for change, Mendi Open (2 copies of this poster)

  • Dickson Nonge Kisambo. Also has photo of Parliamentary leader Pomb Polye.T.H.E. Party, Mendi Open.

  • Wesley Ora Raminai, “Vote for a change”. Independent candidate, Kagua-Erave Open.

  • Lawrence Olkoben “Vote for your future… Action and experience required NOW to move Nipa/Kutubu FORWARD ..Votim man lo ples, gutpela taim, taim nogut”. Independent candidate, Nipa/Kutubu Open

  • Micheal Buku Nali, “Growing our future. Free education … Improve Healthcare … Better infrastructure… Stronger law & order … Growing our economy .. PNC will deliver on these commitments … We win, you win” Also has photo of Peter O’Neill, Prime Minister and PNC party leader. PNC candidate, Mendi Open.

  • Pais Alopea “For honest, stable, corrupt free leadership. Endorsed by the Pekai Ai Guwe’s”. Independent candidate, Imbonggu.

  • Francis Kongu Awesa “Growing our future… Free education … Improve Healthcare … Better infrastructure… Stronger law & order … Growing our economy .. PNC will deliver on these commitments … We win, you win” Also has photo of Peter O’Neill, Prime Minister and PNC party leader. PNC candidate, Imbonggu Open.

  • Dennis Kariap, “Man on the ground!” Independent candidate, Southern Highlands Regional

  • Hengene Payani. “New province! New leadership! New vision!” Independent candidate, Hela Provincial

  • Terry Gaso “For a new beginning!” T.H.E. Party, Mendi Open.

  • Kennedy Peniel, “A decent home, a decent income, a secure society, committed to serve”. Also has photo of party leader Dr. John Kuwimb. Kingdom First Party, Southern Highlands Regional.

  • Bela Maigher Wasis, “Leadership: to restore the integrity of our constitution, judiciary and democracy; to provide quality education and health for a stable and prosperous Papua New Guinea”. Also has photo of “Action governor Peter Ipatas, People’s Party leader”. People’s Party, Mendi Open.

  • Lawrence Yurus, B.Com Accounting Monash University Australia., “NCD have your say: NO to illegal settlements, YES to regulate all settlements, YES to Motu Koita land rights, YES to safer, cleaner & better city.” Also has flags of PNG and Israel and Facebook group (Free Port Moresby Movement). Independent candidate, N.C.D. regional.

  • Mendi Kiee Toap Kurao, “One people, one culture & one society: ‘Souths’”. Long list of policies include pay tithes to Church, free health & education services, pay roll per head, business bail-out scheme, pay-roll for former government members, bail-out of local level government, improve roads and bridges, social security, keep the fire work and stop corruption. Independent candidate, Southern Highlands Provincial.

  • James Wong. Photo shows Chinese-descent candidate in PNG costume. “Strongim pipol, strongim peles … Transparency, service delivery, development.” “Some priorities include roads, water supply, health education, sports, churches, youths. Super hospital: international standards…. No need to fly overseas, everything will be right here to achieve good health, long & happy life with a better standard of living”. Pangu Pati candidate, Kokopo Open.

  • Pila Ninigi, “For service and change”. Has Star of David behind candidate photo. Our Development Party. Imnonggu Open.



Large posters (approx 50 x 41 cm.) (5 posters)


  • Margaret Loko. Also has photo of Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare, Parliamentary Leader. National Alliance Party, N.C.D. regional.

  • Emil Tammur, “Simple & practical leader”. [Independent candidate], Kokopo Open.

  • Rev. Clarence Kapali. Also has photo of Thompson Harokaqveh, Parliamentary Leader. Country Party, Hela Provincial.

  • Don Pomb Polye, “For a new beginning!” T.H.E. Party, Kandep Open.

  • Francis Makep Sula, “Changes you can see.” Aslo has photos of Justin Parker, Party founder and Gary Juffa, Party leader. People’s Movement for Change, Mendi Open.


Candidate posters for individual electorates (mostly 42 x 30 cm.) (5 posters: 4 unique posters, one a duplicate of poster in main run)


  • Candidate poster, Moresby South Open. Same format as candidate posters in main run of this collection. Small portrait shots of each candidate for this electorate and their name displayed in a grid, occasionally with a smaller portrait of their party’s leader alongside, and party political affiliation listed, if any. Each candidate portrait has a number, starting from 10 upwards.

  • Candidate poster, Kokopo Open. Format as for Moresby South Open poster above. Duplicate of poster in main run

  • Candidate poster, Southern Highlands Provincial. Format as for Moresby South Open poster above.

  • Candidate poster, Mendi Open. Format as for Moresby South Open poster above.

  • Candidate poster, Moresby North-West Open. Larger poster (60 x 42 cm). Format as for Moresby South Open poster above.


Voter education posters
Most of these are duplicates of posters in the main run, or have the same design but are in a different language. More detailed descriptions can be found for them in the main run list above. Here they are described briefly by size and phrases from their titles/headings.
Posters (approx. 30 x 42cm):


  • I have the power to choose a good leader! Your poor decisions in voting will affect your future

  • Vot bilong mi i gat pawa long makim gutpela lida. Vot bilong mi na kaikai bilong em! (Tok Pisin version of poster above. 2 copies)

  • Women have rights! Women have power!

  • Ol meri gat rait! Ol meri gat pawa! (Tok Pisin version of above poster)

  • Election guidelines

  • Gutpela na stretpela wok gavman, em i as tru bilong gutpela sindaun insait long PNG!

  • Youth have the power to create a better PNG! Our land! Our country! Our future!

  • Candidate poster, Turumu Open electorate: sample. [Dummy sample for non-existent electorate, with the same layout as real posters but with drawings of pretend candidates and their name displayed in a grid. This poster is to be used with the Vote counting game, held in Ephemera (formed) 56, box 4]

Larger posters (approx. 60 x 42 cm.)




  • We need services, not your money! … Good services make a better country!

  • Mipela laikim sevis, I no moni bilong you! (Tok Pisin version of above poster)

  • Limited preferential voting emi wei long vot long Nesinel na lokol-levol gavman ileksens … vot bilong yumi, laip bilong yumi [i.e. Limited Preferential Voting is the way to vote in National and Local-Level Government Elections…]

  • Unacceptable behavior …

  • Pasin nogut… [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Kara dikadia be election lalonai karaia lasi [Hiri Motu version of abaove poster]

  • Why the secret vote?

  • Wanem as bilong vot hait o sikrit vot? [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Everybody pays taxes! Government use taxes to pay for the things we need. So use your vote wisely!

  • Olgeta lain save peim takis! [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Our vote is worth good roads, health, education. Your vote is worth more than a K50 note.

  • Vot bilong yumi inap long … [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • A good voter …

  • Ol man na meri i save mekim stretpela vot pasin i save .. [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Vote for the best candidate! The best candidate may be in another clan. Think of your country, forget the tribal rivalry.

  • Votim stretpela kendidet! [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Make helping fair. Elderly and illiterate should choose from their own family.

  • Mekim helpim kamap stretpela … [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • What can your village do to have better elections?

  • Ples bilong yu ken mekim wanem long kamapim stretpela pasin long taim bilong eleksen? [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • My MP should…it is not an MP’s job to …

  • Memba bilong mi mas … [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • This election … be wise, use a condom!

  • Dispela ileksen … tingting gut, yusim kondom! [Tok Pisin version of above poster]

  • Inai ileksen … laloa namonamo, kondom oi atoa! [Hiri Motu version of above poster]

  • Gutpela pasin; wokim gutpela pasin long 2012 ileksen taim [i.e. Acceptable behavior]

  • Your vote is our future. Vote wisely.

  • 2012 Nesnel Ileksen. PNG I stap long rot bung – bai yumi go we? [i.e. 2012 National Election. PNG is at the crossroads – where do we go to from here?]

  • Varuk ra iangim go ra Pakanai bung

  • Vot wantaim femili. Nau yumi yet ken vot wantaim [on voting only once]

  • Code of conduct for polling officials; lo bilong wok bilong ol polling opisol.

  • How to vote.



Voter education flipcharts (3 charts)
Three different flipcharts used in the PNGEC pre-election voter education campaign. All are printed on heavy glossy paper, between covers of heavy glossy cardboard, spiral bound at top. 42 x 59 cm.


  • One flipchart, title on cover “Vote 123 LPV. Now that’s fair”. Orange-brown cover is stylized image from PNG flag and photos of tribespeople. Logo at bottom of cover of Electoral Commission PNG, HIV AIDS Let’s work together to stop the spread of AIDS. Contents in English, 13 pages. Introduces the LPV system, enrolling to vote, voting eligibility, voting procedures, how votes are counted and distribution of preferences. Includes samples of enrolment form, ballot papers, and candidate posters. Cover has Kagua/Erave written in texta on it. Duplicate of flipchart in main run.




  • One flipchart, title on cover “Voti LPV 123. Inai be maoro” Green cover, but logos, design and contents same as English language flipchart above. Text in Hiri Motu. 13 pages




  • One flipchart, title on cover “Vote 123 LPV. Inai be maoro”. Green cover and same design and logos as above flipchart. Text in Hiri Motu. 12 pages. Similar format and content as English and Hiri Motu flipcharts above.



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