SPC's 75th Anniversary: New Framework to build resilience to climate change and disasters in the Pacific Islands

The Pacific Community turned 75 on the 6th of February 2022. As we mark 75 years of the Pacific Community’s Service to the region, on the 6th of each month we will feature a key moment in history for the organization.  

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…

Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans

Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans by Catherine Wilson

Equipping schools to nurture socially responsible citizens

Imagine a violence-free Pacific where people live freely, happily, and in harmony without fear of violence/abuse (in all its forms), learning from, sharing with, and caring for one another, working towards one common goal of developing a progressive…

New support from Republic of Korea for Blue Pacific Coastal and Marine Planning

Joint Media Release  

Food security, climate financing and community-based fisheries are key concerns for Pacific fisheries ministers

Photo credit: Elodie Van Lierde Last week, the Pacific Regional Fisheries Ministers Meeting took place online addressing regional priorities for the Pacific’s coastal fisheries, aquaculture and marine sectors. The gathering included fisheries ministers…

Pacific leaders join forces ahead of landmark climate summit

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Forum Education Minister's Meeting

PACRES Steering Committee Meeting

The EU funded Intra-ACP GCCA+ Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change and Resilience Building (PACRES), jointly implemented by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) as the lead implementor together with implementing partners…

Pacific Fisheries Ministers raise coastal fisheries, marine pollution and climate change concerns

A new look Pacific Regional Fisheries Ministers Meeting, which started virtually yesterday, has tabled key concerns on the state of coastal fisheries, climate change and marine pollution. Their decisions reflect regional priorities for the fisheries and…
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