Friday, December 9, 2022

Pacific Islands launch survival tips to teach the world how to survive climate change,...

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The Pacific Islands need an urgent commitment for net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and a call for action is being launched by Pacific...

Where the buck stops: aid in Fiji

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By Mere Nailatikau Deeper thinking is required about the nature of aid and whether Fiji will further distance itself from the international aid dollar....

Sexual and Gender-based Violence against women and girls: calling for a Pacific paradigm shift

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Op-ed,by Dr Jimmy Obed, Psychiatrist at Vila Central Hospital Vanuatu has one of the highest prevalence rates of violence against women and girls, and the...

Reclaiming a lost decade

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By Sanaka Samarasinha, UN Resident Coordinator to Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu As we surface from an unexpected global pandemic which left...

Overcoming suspicion: reconciliation for Australia and Bougainville

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The angry reaction to Richard Marles’ comments should be a warning to Canberra about the need to settle past grievances. By Anthony Regan During a visit...

Experts debate a watershed moment that could see the world’s highest court adjudicate a...

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The Commonwealth Foundation convened leading experts on climate law and finance to discuss how small island nations are using legal action to achieve compensation...

Re-sourcing, Infrastructure, Rivalries: Who Benefits?

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An infrastructure map ‘All that Blue, That is my Dream” released by the Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) Thursday has provided a visual representation...

Fiji academic warns over media ‘climate injustice’ in open access webinar

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By David Robie A Fiji-based academic challenged the Pacific region’s media and policymakers Wednesday over climate crisis coverage, asking whether the discriminatory style of...

Joint Statement: 5th Korea-Pacific Islands Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

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The 5th Korea-Pacific Islands Foreign Ministers' Meeting, chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, was held in Busan on...

Why Tuvalu still chooses Taiwan

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By Joel Atkinson, HUFS In his recent visit to Taipei, Tuvalu’s new Prime Minister Kausea Natano declared that Tuvalu would ‘continue to stand firm...

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Credibility of OACPS relations with EU hangs in the balance

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The post-Cotonou deal between the European Union and the 79-member of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific...

OACPS SG hopeful for a good outcome from the Head of State and Government...

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The Secretary General of the 79 member states of the Organisations of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS), Georges...

RNZAF delivers Christmas cheer to Pacific in annual operation Christmas drop

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The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) is delivering lifesaving aid and supplies across the Pacific as part of Operation Christmas Drop. The annual operation,...