Strengthening sexual and reproductive health and rights in the Pacific

In the Pacific region, significant progress has been made towards achieving the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) goals embedded in international commitments.

Preserving paradise: Sirubai Voko tribe of Solomon Islands safeguarding virgin rainforests and biodiversity

In a world grappling with deforestation and the alarming loss of biodiversity, a remote community in Solomon Islands stands as a shining example of conservation and environmental stewardship.

Young people at the forefront of preserving a clean environment in the Republic of the Marshall Islands

Granting a voice to diverse SOGIESC communities: Tonga Leitis Association leads law reform efforts for inclusive justice

By Josephine Kalsuak and Kalpana Prasad   In a world where stigma and discrimination persist, supporting individuals with diverse sexual orientations remains far from the norm. However, breaking the barriers of prejudice, the Pacific Community's (SPC)…

Civil society’s important role in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women reporting process in Kiribati

Participants who took part in the CEDAW consultation in Kiribati. Credit: KWCSC

Maternity leave provisions for women in Kosrae ensure equitable healthcare for all

From youth camp to youth champ

Gadner Kagovai has always been sure of the career path he would follow. Growing up in the Solomon Islands, he dreamed of becoming a politician. Today, at 26 years old, Gadner has invested considerable effort in bringing that dream to life.

Pacific-style Advocacy

  By Martin Child and Josephine Kalsuak
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