5th screening - third Pacific Human Rights Film Festival

Suva, Fiji & livestreaming at other Pacific venues

The Pacific Community (SPC) invites you to attend the fifth event of the third Pacific Human Rights Film Festival, on Saturday 25 November 2023 from 2:00 to 6:00 pm (Fiji time) at The University of the South Pacific (USP)'s ICT Japan Pacific Multimedia Theatre in Suva. Livestreamed to USP campuses in Vanuatu and Cook Islands. 

This event marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, held annually on November 25th and the films screened – 'Little Girl's War Cry' (Cook Islands) & 'Bombardées' (New Caledonia) - and post screening Talanoa will focus on the theme of gender-based violence.  


14:00 Screening: 'Little Girl's War Cry' (Cook Islands)
14:30 Opening remarks: Ms Rose Wete - official Representative of the Government of New Caledonia to Vanuatu
14:40 Screening: 'Bombardées' (New Caledonia) 
15:30 Panel discussion
Arieta Matalomani - Team Leader - Inclusive & Equitable Societies, SPC (moderator)
Sisi Coalala - Programme Officer (PO) Humanitarian Resilience Development Unit (HRDU) – Pacific Disability Forum 
Roshika Deo - Feminist and One Billion Rising Pacific
Eroni Dina - Executive Director Trans Affirmative Action Guild
Anne Herman  – Secretary, Cook Islands Ministry of Internal Affairs
Dr. Morsen Mosses - Senior Lecturer in law at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Vanuatu. 
Salote Kaimacuata - Former prosecutor, former magistrate, former UNICEF.  
Mereseini Rakuita - Principal Strategic Lead - Pacific Women and Girls, SPC
16:00 Q&A
1700 Refreshments
With Master of Ceremonies: Julie Bukikun, Coordinator - Women in Leadership Programme at Pacific Community (SPC)


Karine Gatellier
Joint Event
Joint Partner
The University of the South Pacific, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Sida, Embassy – France in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and Tuvalu


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