May 25, 2019 Last Updated 5:29 AM, May 24, 2019

Who will be held responsible?

Kiribati under the spotlight after ferry disaster ATOLL nation of Kiribati in the northern Pacific was consumed with grief in January when 80 people including children died presumably drowned in a ferry incident. Grief turned to anger later when it was learnt that authorities did not initiate a search for…

Winds of change in the isles

This is Part One of a three-part series on a Pacific family’s survival and dream to revive ancient canoe technology as a cultural tourism venture. It is a story of despair, wonder and pride for the ocean and holds answers for the future. JIMIONE Paki was 71 when he decided…
In the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (DEVAW), violence against women is defined as any act of gender based violence that “results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including the threat of violence, coercion, or…
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International Women’s Day

“When in a country daughters are disrespected and demeaned tell me truly, can that country be called free?” A GIRL CHILD (1993) By Fiji Women’s Rights Movement FWRM’s vision is for the women of Fiji to be free from all forms of discrimination, have equal access to opportunities, and to…
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Empowering Pacific rural women

47-year old Emily Qilarisa lives in Sepa, a remote village of around 240 residents in Choiseul Province in the northern most part of Solomon Islands. For the people in her community, the adverse impacts of climate change is something they’re having to contend with as coastal erosion, severe storm surges…
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