Young Pacific professionals driving groundbreaking work on ocean law globally
Ms Tumai Laokiri works in the Attorney General’s Office for the Republic of Kiribati, a country made up of low-lying coral islands with one of the largest ocean spaces or maritime zones in the world.
Technical training with Palau supports ocean management through defined maritime zones
Palau officials, Mr David Idip and Mr Takamatsu Emesiochel of PALARIS with Malakai Vakautawale, Molly Powers-Tora, and Andrick Lal of SPC
Tuna Bites: Celebrating Tuna's significance in Pacific cuisine
Regional Conference on Securing the Limits of the Blue Pacific (Virtual)
Regional Conference on Securing the Limits of the Blue Pacific: Legal Options and Institutional Responses to the Impact of Sea-level Rise on Baselines in the Context of International Law. (A virtual conference)
Pacific Fisheries Ministers raise coastal fisheries, marine pollution and climate change concerns
A new look Pacific Regional Fisheries Ministers Meeting, which started virtually yesterday, has tabled key concerns on the state of coastal fisheries, climate change and marine pollution. Their decisions reflect regional priorities for the fisheries and…
COVID-19 crisis: Tuna Data Workshop successfully transitions to a virtual setting
With the COVID-19 crisis, the Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems (FAME) division of the Pacific Community (SPC) had to find new ways to help countries estimate and submit their annual tuna catch data. Data collection is fundamental for tuna…
PFLP - Leadership for Change
PFLP Leadership for Change 2022 Applications are closed Dates: October 31 to November 4, 2022 Location: Fiji
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.