Intergenerational Solidarity in Practice: “Shifting the power” with diverse youth

In the face of climate change, between the slow-onset impacts and intensifying natural disasters, a feminist coalition is making waves of change in an effort to leave no one behind. As this year’s theme for International Youth Day, Intergenerational…

'Positive Sei’ bringing hope to homes on the airwaves

Tonga was still picking up the pieces after the Hunga volcanic eruption and tsunami waves when the pandemic reached its shores. The volcano’s ashfall had damaged roads, polluted water and destroyed crops. The tsunami waves battered homes and strewn…

Leaders urged to keep culture a development priority

Pacific Island leaders gathered in Suva, Fiji this week to mark the opening of the Na Wekaqu Noqu iYau (My Relationships are my Heritage and Wealth) Multimedia Exhibition and launch of the Pacific Regional Culture Strategy 2022-2032.

Pacific Partnership launches paper on “What Works to End Violence against Women and Girls”

The Pacific Community’s (SPC)’s Social Citizenship Education (SCE) programme, as part of the Pacific Partnership to End Violence Against Women and Girls (Pacific Partnership), has today launched a paper on What Works to End Violence against Women and…

Regional Culture Strategy and review of the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture endorsed at Council of Pacific Arts and Festival meeting

At its 35th meeting held virtually on 13 – 14 April 2022, the Council of Pacific Arts and Culture (CPAC) endorsed the Pacific Regional Culture Strategy (PRCS) 2022-2032 and the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) Review Report for tabling at…

Collective action helps advance gender policies in Solomon Islands

Five out of nine provinces in the Solomon Islands have endorsed gender equality policies, a positive indication of how gender equality has become a national development priority. For Vaela Ngai, the Director for the Women’s Development Division (WDD)…

🔎 What is open data and good governance?

The World Bank defines open data as data and/or valuable information that is free and easily accessible to anyone, without limitations or restrictions. Data or content is open if anyone is free to use, re-use or redistribute it, subject at most to…

Pacific Community introduces new Human Rights and Social Development (HRSD) Division

The Pacific Community (SPC) recently finalised the merger of two of its divisions, namely, the Regional Rights Resource Team (RRRT) and the Social Development Programme (SDP). The newly merged division is now known as the Human Rights and Social…

Rotuma’s Youth hold the keys to a sustainable future

Rotuma’s Youth hold the keys to a sustainable future

[VIRTUAL]United Nations 75th Commemoration UN Charter We The Peoples – Reflections on the 84th Committee on the Rights of the Child

The 84th Committee on the Rights of the Child was held in Samoa and was the first time any of the treaty body committees  have held a regional session outside of Geneva or New York. This panel discussion will bring together a number of the members of the…
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