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
Transport is the very lifeline of Pacific Islands societies. Across the region, the need for clean, affordable, appropriate and safe air, land and sea transport is essential for all socio-economic development and well-being. It affects every facet of connectivity — be it economic activity, government service delivery, disaster response, climate change adaption and mitigation. Transport
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.
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.”
The President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, HE Dr Hilda C. Heine, will convene the first conference of the Pacific Women Leaders' Coalition Conference (PWLC) and is encouraging women leaders from various fields to participate in the conference to raise the profile and build wider support for women's issues regionally and locally. This