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Category: Advocacy

Women groups call on leaders to resolve crises without further delay

Jared Koli- November 26, 2021

  The Solomon Islands National Council of Women together with YWCA, Women for Peace, and the Mothers of SAGHALU Ward in North West Guadalcanal condemn ... Read More

UNDP Solomon Islands supports the country in developing ‘Right to Information framework’

admin- March 17, 2021

The United Nation Agencies are committed to supporting the Solomon Islands Government in developing a Right to Information framework. This aims to empower individuals and ... Read More

Japan, UNDP committed to fighting currption in Solomon Islands

admin- January 24, 2021

UNDP, Japan, and Government officials during the agreement signing UNDP & Japan has sealed an agreement to Strengthen National Capacities in Government against corruption. The ... Read More

Young Solomon writer advocates for youth at the UN

admin- June 8, 2017

Regina Lepping presenting her speech at the UN meeting in New York   Regina Lepping represented the Solomon Islands Young Women's Parliamentary Group at the United ... Read More

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’s ASSOCIATION TO MARK INDIGENOUS DAY

admin- July 24, 2015

International Day of the Worlds Indigenous People. Photo credit: www.altiusdirectory.com The Solomon Islands Indigenous People's Human Rights Advocacy Association has announced it will be celebrating ... Read More

PEACE ADVOCATE SAYS SOLOMONS STILL FRAGILE

admin- June 13, 2015

A sign of peace. Photo credit: Wikipedia. A peace advocate in Malaita Province claims Solomon Islands has not achieved peace and still remains a fragile ... Read More

ECONOMIC BENEFITS FOR SUPPORTING WEST PAPUA: JACOB RUMBIAK

admin- May 20, 2015

West Papuan pro-independence campaigner Jacob Rumbiak. Photo credit: www.wakaphotos.com Solomon Islands could attain significant economic benefits if it supports West Papua's submission for membership in ... Read More