A priority for PLP is developing high-quality resources on how to engage with and support developmental leadership in the Pacific. Methods  include political economy analysis, action research and case studies. This will help to inform PLP’s practice as well as that of other stakeholders, including DFAT and other donors, policy makers, leaders and the wider development community. Through strategic partnerships with selected international universities and knowledge programs, PLP will also contribute to the growing body of international literature on developmental leadership and coalitions for change.