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Rising Seas and Nuclear Issues in Oceania

USP Laucala Campus Suva, Central

Join us at #ICSW2017 on Tuesday, 5 December 2017 from 9am to noon, USP Laucala Campus, lecture room 014-026, for a discussion on the lived realities of nuclear-affected communities in the Pacific and the incredible resilience of indigenous people to those challenges

“Our Sea of Islands” Symposium

Japan-Pacific ICT Theatre, The University of the South Pacific Laucala Campus, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Central

A two-day symposium will feature select presentations by USP staff on key issues relevant to the broader working theme of Oceania – our past, present and future focusing on heritage, Resilience & Sustainability through Education & the Arts.

Understanding Risk Finance Pacific (URf Pacific) Forum

Warwick Le Lagon - Vanuatu Port Vila

The Understanding Risk Finance Pacific forum will take place in Port Vila, Vanuatu, bringing together policymakers, financial risk managers, and development partners, from the region and around globe, to strengthen regional collaboration on climate and disaster risk finance in the Pacific.

Pacific Islands Transport Ministerial Forum

USP Laucala Campus Suva, Central

The Pacific Transport Forum was announced at the Climate Action Pacific Partnership Conference to help transform national transport sectors in the Pacific. The Forum will bring Ministers, senior officials, private sector representatives and partners together to discuss the future of the marine and land transport sectors in Pacific Island countries.

The sun rising on the next seven decades for human rights

USP Laucala Campus Suva, Central

To mark the the 70 th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Regional Office for the Pacific (ROP) together with partners, commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the UDHR, proclaiming its principles as the “common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.”

2018 CVF Virtual Summit

The world’s most climate vulnerable nations are those most directly affected by #ClimateChange. Join the world's first #VirtualClimateSummit on 22 Nov & pledge greater #ClimateAmbition to #SurviveandThrive http://www.virtualclimatesummit.org #SetpUp2018 #Talanoa4Ambition

6th Pacific Regional Conference on Disability

Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi Votualevu Road, Nadi Airport, Nadi, Western

The 6th Pacific Regional Conference on Disability will look ahead to 2030 and what else needs to be done to ensure inclusiveness and equality of all persons with disabilities.

Blue Pacific: Reclaiming Oceania Futures

Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies 2645 Dole St # 209A, Honolulu, HI

The peoples of Oceania have long understood and practiced their own sustainable initiatives in their island worlds. However, the World Bank and large nations have their own specific ideas about defining and promoting sustainability in the region which they have deemed the “Blue Economy.”

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