“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Ten civil society groups from Fiji, the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands,
Violence against women is an abuse of fundamental human rights, says Australia's Head of Mission, Judith Robinson.
A workshop to help rural communities know how to prevent violence against women is currently underway.
Recognising the need to address issues affecting women and girls in Guadalcanal Province the Women Development Divisi
Disability access, environment management, women and children's health issues, and improving health service delivery
The women of Filipino Ladies Association of Guam donned brightly colored mestizas and floral wreaths to commemorate a
A WOMEN's activist has called for the even distribution of resources in a bid to meet goals outlined by the United Na
Crisis and trouble in the world dominate the headlines, but a woman's world remains silent and unnoticed.
The United Nations Secretary-General's campaign "UNiTE to End Violence Against Women" got off to a powerful
Women have long played a positive role in the building of peace and security in the Pacific.
A THREE-DAY workshop on the 2010 National Diagnostic Study and Think Tank on Women in Shared Decision Making will off
An expert in post-conflict peace building who is studying the Solomon Islands peace and reconciliation process says t
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Members of the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) in Suva are rallying together to convene a peace vigil to a
Bougainville is a matrilineal society where women are the custodians of the land, some with chiefly roles.
Retribution, retaliation and revenge - understandable feelings from those who have been made to stand in mute witness
Aid agencies engaged in providing relief and promoting development are faced with difficult questions on how best to
Conflict in Solomon Islands is not a new phenomenon.
GENDER equality must be promoted in disaster risk reduction activities.
I am passionate about Pacific Island women so I decided to write a book about some of my favourite Pacific female rol