Try clauses d and f of the Basic Social obligations for starters.
Read it for yourself:
Basic Social Obligations.
WE HEREBY DECLARE that all persons in our country have the following basic obligations to themselves and their descendants, to each other, and to the Nation:–
(a) to respect, and to act in the spirit of, this Constitution; and
(b) to recognize that they can fully develop their capabilities and advance their true interests only by active participation in the development of the national community as a whole; and
(c) to exercise the rights guaranteed or conferred by this Constitution, and to use the opportunities made available to them under it to participate fully in the government of the Nation; and
(d) to protect Papua New Guinea and to safeguard the national wealth, resources and environment in the interests not only of the present generation but also of future generations; and
(e) to work according to their talents in socially useful employment, and if necessary to create for themselves legitimate opportunities for such employment; and
(f) to respect the rights and freedoms of others, and to co-operate fully with others in the interests of interdependence and solidarity; and
(g) to contribute, as required by law, according to their means to the revenues required for the advancement of the Nation and the purposes of Papua New Guinea; and
(h) in the case of parents, to support, assist and educate their children (whether born in or out of wedlock), and in particular to give them a true understanding of their basic rights and obligations and of the National Goals and Directive Principles; and
(i) in the case of the children, to respect their parents.
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