Digital terminal, interactive quiz and videos: new awareness tools for sustainable fishing

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Fisheries Story: Adaptability is key to sustaining capacity development and technical support for Pacific Island member countries during the COVID-19 crisis

  As COVID-19 infections spread across the globe in early 2020 and governments shut down international travel, the Pacific Community’ Coastal Fisheries Programme (CFP) was forced to stop business-as-usual and confront how to deliver its work programmes…

Pacific-style Advocacy

  By Martin Child and Josephine Kalsuak

The Fisher’s Tales: helping young people learn more about good fishing practices

For its first participation in New Caledonia’s International Underwater Film and Photo Festival, the Pacific Community (SPC) held short-video screenings for the many schoolchildren, people living with disabilities, and members of the general public who…

Online regional workshop discusses how legislative frameworks address gender and human rights in coastal fisheries and aquaculture

Representatives from the Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Fiji, Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Tonga participated in a three-day virtual workshop held from 15-17 July, 2020. The virtual workshop discussed gender, social inclusion…

Putting people at the heart of the human rights treaty body system

This article originally appeared on It has been reprinted here with permission.

Solomon Island communities supporting people with disabilities and improving public markets

When Jack Kauta learnt that the Kakara Community High School in West Kwara’ae in the Malaita Province of Solomon Islands would be constructing a double-storey building for its new classrooms, he decided to explore the possibility of adding a wheelchair…

New Report Highlights Women’s Invisible Roles in the Pacific’s Fisheries Sector

EU Deputy Ambassador Corado Pampaloni and SPC Deputy Director-General, Dr Audrey Aumua cut the International Women’s Day cake at the launch of the FSM Gender Assessment Report at the Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific in Suva today. The…

Child rights in the Pacific: UN body concludes historic session in Samoa

In an historic extraordinary outreach session, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child met government officials, UN agencies, civil society and children to discuss the situation of children’s rights in the Pacific. “For many years, we spoke and…

The Future Pacific Island Children Want

This story originally appeared on the Inter Press Service website, it has been republished here with permission.   
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