Welcome to the Pacific Community (SPC) Strategic Plan page.
The Pacific Community’s Strategy 2022 – 2031 was endorsed at the 51st Committee of Representatives of Governments and Administrations (CRGA) in November 2021, and adopted at the 12th Conference.
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This is a ‘living’ strategic plan which values transparency. It is important that it maintains relevance and utility for members, partners, and stakeholders. Socialising the strategic plan seeks to promote the attitudes, behaviours, knowledge, skills, and values required to successfully implement the strategic plan.
Activities and subsequent knowledge products will be developed and updated on this page.
Strategic planning processes were impacted by COVID-19 in terms of timing, consultation platforms. A large part of the strategy development included Pathways to Recovery. SPC has utilised several platforms, framed by members COVID-19 recovery strategies, national sustainable development goals, regional socio-economic assessments and 2050 Blue Pacific advocacy.
A list of engagement activities from 2021 can be found on this link and will be updated as the implementation of socialisation activity progresses.
An initial collection of resources and documented knowledge processes were created during the development of the strategy. These include members’ updates, consultation outcomes, engagement summaries, infographics and other useful documents that may be used by other stakeholders. The resources are provided in chronological order from the most recently released to the earliest.
|Glossary SPC Strategic Plan 2022 - 2031||This glossary serves to provide a shared understanding of definitions and terminologies through a single reference point across policy, programming and planning language.|
|SPC's Strategic plan 2022-2031 Brief||
An abbreviated summary of the new Strategy 2022 - 2031s main highlights on a single page
|Conference 12: Paper no.3 CRGA Subcommittee for the Strategic Plan||This presentation was led by the Chair of the Sub-Committee to the high level Conference of members for final endorsement of the Strategic Plan|
|CRGA 51 Paper No. 4 Pacific Community draft Strategic Plan 2021+||This presentation was led by the Sub-Committee on the Strategic Plan and the DG of SPC to CRGA in December 2021|
|Video: Pacific Recipes in Futures Thinking||A webinar on applying futures thinking in the areas of public health, youth and in the formulation of the organisations next strategic plan|
|SPC 2021+ Backcasting Summary||A summary overview of the backcasting exercises to provide general audiences of what this exercise entailed and the thinking around outcomes|
|Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific Regional Strategic Plans Summary (July 2020)||A summary of the key highlights from each of the CROP strategic plans|
|Engaging Pacific youth to help inform the development of SPC's Strategic Plan 2021+||A summary of youth contributions to the SPC Strategy|
|4th Edition of the Governance Compendium||The Governance Compendium has 4 parts. Relative to the strategic plan is the reference for the CRGA sub-committee for the strategic plan|
|SPC 2021+ Transition Plan||The transition plan provides pivotal strategic guidance between the conclusion of the 2016 – 2020 and the endorsement of the new Strategic Plan|
|2050 Strategy for a Blue Pacific Continent: SPC Drivers of Change contributions||SPC submission of drivers of change to the 2050 Strategy for a Blue Pacific Continent (managed by the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat)|
|CRGA 50 Paper 4 Pacific Community Strategic Plan 2021+ and results Reporting SPC 2021+||A governance paper to update to members on the progress of the strategic planning process|
|Video: Strategic Plan 2021 - Evidence Building||A two minute video with CRGA members speaking to the importance of the strategy|
|Video: SPC Strategic Plan 2021+||A one minute video introducing the strategy process|
|Pacific Community Strategic Plan 2021+ Planning for Our Future Our SPC Our Blue Pacific||A presentation introducing the strategy and process to the CRGA. This resource was developed especially for members to provide an overview and receive feedback|