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Category: Civil Society

‘It must be fulfilled within this nation’: public prioritises ACB

admin- November 9, 2017

Members of civil society march to the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to deliver a petition on retabling the anti-corruption bill on Sep. ... Read More

Civil society continues call for anti-corruption bill

admin- October 8, 2017

The civil society committee leads a meeting on responses to the Anti-Corruption Bill withdrawal last month Civil society organisations in the country continue to pressure ... Read More

ADVOCACY GROUP CONCERNED OVER BAUXITE SAGA

admin- January 18, 2017

A Bauxite stone. Photo credit: Fine Minerals online. The Solomon Islands Indigenous People's Human Rights Advocacy Association (SIIPHRAA) has raised concern over media reports on ... Read More

RENBEL MINING AGAIN UNDER SPOTLIGHT

admin- January 5, 2017

Mining on Rennell Island. Photo credit: SIBC. Solomon Islands Indigenous People Human Rights Advocacy Association (SIIPHRAA) has strongly questioned the national government and Renbel province ... Read More

WE WON’T ACCEPT SECURITY DEAL WITH AUSTRALIA: MMF

admin- July 30, 2016

President of PPP Charles Dausabea. Photo: SIBC. Pressure group, the Malaita Ma'asina Forum (MMF) has said it will not accept Australia's security deal with Solomon ... Read More

MMF CONDEMNED NPF CHAIR’s COMMENTS ON SIPA REFORMS

admin- March 27, 2016

Charles Dausabea. Photo credit: SIBC. The Malaita Ma'asina Forum strongly condemns the National Provident Fund (NPF) board chairman, Peter Boyers for his media comments on ... Read More

GOV’T TOLD TO EQUIP LABOUR DIVISION

admin- February 6, 2016

President of PPP Charles Dausabea. Photo: SIBC. President of the Malaita Ma'asina Forum (MMF) Charles Dausabea has called on the Government to equip the Labour ... Read More