SPC Elected as Chair of the Global Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) Group for 2020-21
The Statistics for Development Division is proud to announce that SPC has been elected unanimously as the Chair of the Global Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Group at a side event of the 2020 UN statistical Commission meeting in New York. SPC was…
PFLP - Leadership for change workshop ( Module II – Leadership from the Inside Out)
Leading change requires not only the capacity to intervene strategically in organisational and regional challenges.
PFLP - Leadership for change workshop ( Module 1 - Exercising Leadership)
Leadership for Change aims to increase participants’ capacities to confront challenges across organisational and regional boundaries, with and without authority, and from any organisational position.
Pacific Health Governance Network ‘single most important development for public health related research in decades’
Pacific Health Governance Network ‘single most important development for public health related research in decades’ The Pacific Health Governance Network has published its Workshop Two Summary Report, providing insights on the future of the network and…
Pacific Heath Governance Research Network: Workshop 2
The Pacific Health Governance Research Network (PHGRN) is proud to announce its second Workshop.
Queensland and the Pacific
UQ Future Conversations This briefing, organized by the Queensland University Centre for Policy Futures, will provide an overview of the current political landscape in the Pacific, outline threats and highlight opportunities for the state of Queensland…
Leadership programme to boost Pacific Island fisheries sector
Leadership programme to boost Pacific Island fisheries sector 21 January 2019
Brisbane Accord Group (BAG) Meeting
The Brisbane Accord Group (BAG) is a consortium of development partners formed in 2010, that supports Pacific Island countries in improving civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) systems. BAG’s work is guided by the Pacific vital statistics…