SPC's 75th anniversary: In October 1977, the very first SPC's tagging cruise commenced
In October 1977 the first SPC tagging cruise commenced. Over the next three years the programme tagged 160,276 fish in all – far beyond the original projections of 100,000 – and visited the waters of every SPC member country, even Pitcairn.
Appointment of Deputy Director-General Operation and Integration, Cameron Diver
Mr Cameron Diver has been appointed Deputy Director-General Operations and Integration at the Pacific Community (SPC), based in Noumea. He took up the position on 1 January 2021.
Appointment of Deputy Director-General Science and Capability , Dr Paula Vivili
Dr Paula Vivili has been appointed to the position of Deputy Director-General Science and Capability. He took up the position on 1 January 2021 and will be based in Suva, Fiji.
Craig Parker, Director of Human Resources: we’ve learnt a great deal of resilience throughout the crisis.
What have been the challenges for the HR function at SPC with the Covid-19 crisis?
PFLP - Leadership for Change
PFLP Leadership for Change 2022 Applications are closed Dates: October 31 to November 4, 2022 Location: Fiji
2019 delivers milestone graduation for Pacific environmentalists
Over 30 Pacific Island environmental practitioners and government officials from 14 countries received post graduate certificates in Ridge to Reef Sustainable Development from James Cook University ahead of their formal graduation in Townsville,…
Regional DCC Longline E-Monitoring Planning Meeting
Regional DCC Longline E-Monitoring Planning Meeting organised at SPC HQ through the Data Collection Committee (DCC) - SPC, FFA, PNAO.
Refurbished Emergency Operations Centres to strengthen disaster response in Fiji
Disaster response in Fiji is expected to be strengthened, with the opening of two newly-refurbished Emergency Operations Centres (EOC) funded by the European Union under the ACP-EU Building Safety and Resilience in the Pacific (BSRP) project implemented…
Les Outre-Mer vus par leurs acteurs: entreprendre, innover & valoriser en Outre-mer
Lieu: DGOM - 57 boulevard des Invalides, Paris 7ème
The ocean in us: Pacific regionalism and identity as a catalyst for global ocean action
Photo credit: Cameron Diver “Pacific peoples are the custodians of the world’s largest, most peaceful and abundant ocean, its many islands and its rich diversity of cultures” – Framework for Pacific Regionalism.