Near horizons: Vunilagi’s community literacy efforts

  “Our children are valuable and we have the responsibility to ensure that they are educated;  that they have the basic needs to go through school.” That’s the firmly-held belief of Vunilagi Book Club

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Decolonising possibilities: the path to advancing trans-Indigenous possibilities

A program driven by the School of Culture, History & Language at the Australian National University Across the world, the university system has advanced colonial modes of education and research through its intrinsic

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Dynamic Shift in Teaching Methodology at the University of Fiji

The University of Fiji has recognized the need to adjust to the ‘new normal’ where minimal physical interaction and an increased reliance on technology have become necessary in educational institutions and

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Training Coalition faces a reckoning

By Samantha Magick A multimillion-dollar program aimed at supporting “a more prosperous Pacific driven by a skilled, competitive and productive workforce” is undergoing controversial changes which could have

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Training Coalition faces a reckoning

A multimillion-dollar program aimed at supporting “a more prosperous Pacific driven by a skilled, competitive and productive workforce” is undergoing controversial changes which could have significant impacts on the

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Near horizons: Vunilagi’s community literacy efforts

Our children are valuable and we have the responsibility to ensure that they are educated;  that they have the basic needs to go through school.” That’s the firmly-held belief of Vunilagi Book Club founder

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Tuvalu’s ‘Mother of all information’

On any given weekday afternoon, the small Tuvalu National Library and Archive building on Funafuti is a hive of activity. Under the leadership of Chief Librarian and Archivist, Noa Petueli Tapumanaia, the library offers

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Tuvalu’s ‘Mother of all information’

  On any given weekday afternoon, the small Tuvalu National Library and Archive building on Funafuti is a hive of activity. Under the leadership of Chief Librarian and Archivist, Noa Petueli Tapumanaia, the library

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Leading skills innovation in the region

The Australia Pacific Training Coalition is an Australian Government-funded initiative in partnership with the Pacific. As Australia’s flagship technical and vocational education and training (TVET) investment in the

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Suliana’s perseverance leads to success

Suva, Fiji. Terry Suliana was one of the Fiji National University’s (FNU) proud 2020 graduate who received his certificate in the presence of his parents at FNU’s Tamavua Campus this morning. Despite COVID-19

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Dr William May Highlights Importance of Bioethics

It is important to value the significance of bioethics and its application in the medical fields and life in general, says Fiji National University’s (FNU), Acting Vice-Chancellor Dr William May. Dr May highlighted

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FNU’s Productivity Champions Receive Commemorative Independence Medals

Two prominent staff from Fiji National University’s National Training & Productivity Centre (NTPC) were bestowed with Fiji’s 50 Years Commemorative Independence Medals by the President, His Excellency

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