Digital Response for connecting Citizens – “Supporting the Pacific close the digital divides in...

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The European Union (EU) and the Pacific Community (SPC) today launched a FJD$1.6 million project, Supporting the Pacific Close the Digital Divides in Response...

COVID-19 in the Pacific

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By Sheenal Sharma A little over two years ago, countries were announcing border closures and lockdowns as COVID-19 cases started surging around the globe. In...

Pacific climate warrior wins 2022 global citizen award

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Brianna Fruean, a Samoan Pacific Climate Warrior and environmental champion has been announced as a recipient of the Global Citizen Prize: Citizen Award, citing...

Call for urgent global reduction of fossil fuel use as Pacific dissects IPCC Working...

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The latest report from the world’s most authoritative source of climate science demands a substantial global reduction in fossil fuel use, improved energy efficiency,...

Resetting Australia’s relationship with the Pacific – three ideas

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Listen, for a start. Getting down to granular, person-to-person engagement is needed for effective regional diplomacy. By Anna Gibert For almost 20 years, I have...

PNG reviews its anti-corruption work

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UNODC, the guardian of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), is facilitating a three-day country visit to Papua New Guinea (PNG) this week to...

Asia-Pacific countries keen to promote ‘One Country One Priority Product’ to showcase their best...

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Countries across Asia and the Pacific are joining an initiative to promote and showcase the 'best of the best' of their special agricultural products...

2022: The Year to Stop the Decline of the Ocean’s Health

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OP-ED by Ambassador Peter Thomson, UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean With every breath we take, we are connected to the ocean. The ocean...

Fisheries experts give inspiration to Pacific youth on World Tuna Day

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The tuna that 'feeds the world' was acknowledged in a week of activities celebrating the Pacific Tuna which contributes a third of the world's...

The world doesn’t care about swings in marginal seats. Climate action must spearhead a...

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By Wesley Morgan Late last year, more than 100 former diplomats and officials called for a new Australian foreign policy — with climate action...

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