Pacific Resilience Meeting 2023
MCXV+3FM, Promenade Roger Laroque, Nouméa 98800, New Caledonia
What is the Pacific Resilience Meeting?
- It is THE regional platform for everyone from across the Pacific to share, learn, and inspire innovation from relevant Pacific-led actions on resilience.
- It takes place every two years.
- The Pacific Resilience Meeting 2023 is the third Meeting, and is organised by a committee led by the Pacific Resilience Partnership Supporting Unit
(Pacific Community- SPC, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat-PIFS, and South Pacific Regional Environment Programme-SPREP) with the support of partners.
Where and when is it taking place?
- 11 – 13 October, 11am – 3pm Fiji Time
- The Meeting will be hosted in a hybrid format, through an online platform, and dedicated national hubs across 15 Forum Island Countries.
- A list of all the physical hubs attached.
Why should I join the Pacific Resilience Meeting?
It is an opportunity to share and learn from stories of strength and resilience, highlighting the long-term strength, adaptability, and sustainability of Pacific communities and ecosystems in the face of adversity.
How do I register?
You can sign up online at this link ➡️: bit.ly/3Zozns5.
Registration is free and open to all! Sign up today and explore the virtual platform!
This is my first time attending. What can I do?
Please share with your networks and encourage them to register!
Be a social media ambassador!
- Follow, like and share the Pacific Resilience Partnership page and posts on Facebook.
- Post photos, tag the page and use #PRM2023 #ResilientPacific #BluePacific2050
- We`ve also got some selfie frames – so we encourage everyone joining in-person to share some PRM selfies!
- Use personalised tiles for you to inform your friends and colleagues that you are participating in PRM2023! (see some examples below) To download:
- Visit this folder
- Click on the three vertical dots on the photo > Download
For more information:
- Please read the attached, and contact @Anais Rouveyrol.
- An agenda is attached and will be shared soon on digital platforms including the SPC events page.
Pacific Resilience Partnership
Geoscience, Energy and Maritime