USP welcomes Professor Ahluwalia, Fiji PM acknowledges the power of one vote

Staff and students of the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji welcomed Vice-Chancellor and President of USP, Professor Pal Ahluwalia at Laucala...

15 Pacific Island countries join hands to improve inclusive education

15 Pacific Island countries have launched the new Pacific Regional Inclusive Education Review Wednesday to ensure all children, including those living with disability and...

Australia pledges $20 million for Nauru Education

Australia's foreign minister announces education funding of at least $20 million (US$12.6 million) over five years in Nauru focusing on “long term change”. Minister Penny...

Fiji committed to transforming education system to benefit all Fijian children

Fiji is committed to transforming its education system and revolutionise learning for the benefit of all Fijian children. Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama at the three-day...

Delivering quality education in Small Island Developing States

By Simona Marinescu, Resident Coordinator of the Cook Islands, Niue, Samoa, and Tokelau With 147 million children around the world missing half of their in-person...

USP Council to decide: Fiji Economy Minister

Fijian Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says it is now up to the University of the South Pacific’s Council (USP) to investigate the alleged...

Samoa’s PM urges Fiji to give USP grant

Samoan Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa has called on the Fijian Government to release the grant that it continues to withhold from the University...

USP “students are hurting” says Pro Chancellor

By Samantha Magick As Pacific leaders meet in Suva to discuss deepening regionalism through the 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent, USP, the region’s...

Australia should rejoin UN climate fund to prove commitment to Pacific neighbours, thinktank argues

Australia must move on from a “crisis mentality” as it seeks to reset its relationship with Pacific island countries, including by rejoining a key...

USP Council raises concerns over finance risks

The University of the South Pacific’s Council has raised concerns about the financial and operating risks arising out of Fiji’s withheld grant, compounded by...

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