The Publishing Team has released the latest publications for July – August 2020. RRRT launched a milestone anthology for school students titled Rising Tide, with poetry and artistic contributions from young people that make the connection between human rights, climate justice and social change.
After a year of work, SPL launched their publication, a Pacific-focused monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) capacity strengthening framework that emerged from contributions and feedback by Pacific practitioners. Using Pacific concepts and motifs, the Rebbilib is named after the Marshall Islands navigational stick-and-shell chart that maps currents and constellations.
GEM released a policy brief outlining the lessons learnt while testing a prototype tracking tool for climate finance in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Co-published with the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS), the brief responds to the increasing need to implement a comprehensive and robust tracking system that enables systematic monitoring of public climate change finance flows across regional, national and sectoral scales.
Among the French publications is the Guide de nutrition pour la femme enceinte – région Pacifique, which encourages healthy pregnancies through the consumption of local, unprocessed food.
We’re always excited to receive new publishing requests from divisions and programmes and we look forward to working with you all in the coming months.
The SPC Publishing Team
The Publishing Team is the coordination and production unit for all publishing services at SPC. We provide publishing project coordination and advice, editing, graphic art, design and layout, publishing formalities (including ISBN and CIP data), and printing and distribution services. The Publishing Team is responsible for the overall consistency and quality of SPC’s publications.