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Waves of Words
Funding: ARC (2018-2021)
Laurent Dousset and australian colleagues (University of Western Sydney and ANU)

Music, Mobile Phones and Community Justice in Melanesia
Funding: ARC (2015-2018)
Monika Stern Credo / Macquarie University
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Vanuatu Kaljoral Senta (VKS)
(2016 - 2023)
The aim of this collaborative resarch contract is to maintain the implementation of mechanisms for the pooling of scientific and human exchange programs. These foresee the provision of pooled infrastructures for the storage and distribution of material and analyses (follow-up of the conventions signed in 2008 and 2012)

New Caledonia Archives
Collaborative research contract signed in 2019

The LABEX (Laboratory of Excellence) for "Coral reefs in the face of global change" (CORAIL) has been set up in order to improve research into coral reefs, with a view to their sustainable management

ESfO (European Society for Oceanists) 

ECOPAS (European Corsortium for Pacific Studies)

Multidisciplinary project designed to provide coordination and support to research on the Pacific region, in particular on climate change and related issues and processes.
Funder: European Union

database holding information on Pacific resources and researchers who study the Pacific. The start of was made by the ECOPAS project.

e-TOILE PACIFIQUE: network of francophone Pacific Studies


Toolkit to Facilitate the Collaborative Documentation and Revaluation of Bio-Cultural Knowledge in Papua New Guinea

Funders: The Christensen Fund (US) 2014-2016
To co-design, test, and make available a simple, cheap, accessible documentation procedure and toolkit to encourage village people, local organizations, and schoolchildren in PNG to preserve and to better understand the on-going value of their bio-cultural heritage.
James Leach (CREDO), Giles Lane (Proboscis, London), Porer Nombo (Reite Village, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea).
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Various projects are run (related to the laboratory's third theme "The epistemology of sources of knowledge"):
Online Digital Sources and Annotation System
This is an archiving and on-line data manipulation platform developed by the CREDO. Some of the anthropological documents are accessible to the public
. New Guinea collection
the implementation of a web site dedicated to New Guinean resources, available on ODSAS, and funded by the consortium of ethnologists (HumaNum). The CREDO also hosts the web sites and archives of Allison and Marek Jablonko. The first of these relates to the Baruya, and the second to the Maring.
. The Pierre Adolphe Lesson Collection and the Asia-Pacific Digital Archives (ADAP):
digitization partnership agreements, signed between the Rochefort City Hall and the Rochefort Multimedia library.

A database of Australian Aboriginal systems of social organization and kinship made by the Credo
Laurent Dousset (in collaboration with the Australian National University)
Other participants: * Koch, Harold J (The Australian National University); * Keen, Ian D (The Australian National University); * McConvell, Patrick (AIATSIS); * Alpher, Barry; * Bell, Jeanie (AIATSIS); * Bowern, Claire (Rice University); * Pawley, Andrew (RSPAS); * Raftos, Peter (ANU)
Fiunding: 2008-2015 ARC (Australian Research Council)