New graduate lawyers undertake human rights and family law training

7 October 2015, Suva

humansright-familytrainingForty-five newly graduated lawyers of The University of the South Pacific (USP), currently enrolled in the six-month Professional Diploma in Legal Practice programme, are reminded of their role this week in contributing to the realisation of human rights in their work during a two-week course on Family Law and Human Rights: Skills and Practice module.

SPC bids farewell to Deputy Director-General in Noumea

6 October 2015, Noumea

FabianToday the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) farewells its Deputy-Director General, Programmes, Fabian McKinnon.

Better Pacific fisheries and agriculture statistics to help improve livelihoods of millions

5 October, 2015, Nadi

fisheries-agriculturePlanners, statisticians and policy makers from 13 Pacific Island countries are gathering in Nadi, Fiji, today to improve the collection and use of agricultural and fisheries statistics in the Pacific.

Pacific countries discuss environmental management options for deep sea minerals development

5 October 2015, Nadi

coral-spongeRecognising the importance of a consultative approach to the topic of  deep sea minerals, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) in collaboration with the European Union Deep Sea Minerals Project is this week holding a regional workshop in Fiji on environmental management options for deep sea minerals development.



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