Dec 15, 2017 Last Updated 3:10 AM, Dec 12, 2017

Family security under scrutiny

Delegates at thes consultation held in Tonga. Below: Nalini Singh, of Fiji, speaks her mind at the workshop. Delegates at thes consultation held in Tonga. Below: Nalini Singh, of Fiji, speaks her mind at the workshop. Photos: Supplied
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“IF your family is hungry, if there is no food in the kitchen, there will be a problem.” These were the words Anitelu Toe’api, publi relations and communications officer for the Civil Society Forum of Tonga. “If there is no money in the bank account for your family’s needs, there will be a problem,” he continued.

Toe’api was presenting human securaity analysis of the issues civil society groups are addressing through their work during the opening session of a two-day Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Tonga national consultation hosted by the Talitha Project.

The activity is part of the regional Gender Inclusive Conflict Prevention and Human Security programme of GPPAC Pacific coordinated by femLINKpacific and supported by the Pacific Islands Forum Non State Actors programme funded by the European Union.

Participants include representatives from Naunau ‘o e ‘Alamaite Tonga Association (NATA), Bahai Faith, Civil Society Forum of Tonga, Catholic Church, Assemblies of God International Christian Worship Centre, Ma’a Fafine Mo e Famili, Tonga Trust, Girl Guides, Tonga Family Health Association as well as local government officials.

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