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Category: Human Rights

Health sector faces communication and logistic challenge during simulation lockdown

Jared Koli- September 1, 2021

Dr Nemia Bainivalu The health sector has encountered challenges in communication, coordination and logistics during the 36-hour simulation exercise.   Ministry of Health and Medical ... Read More

Pacific Leaders taking steps in addressing Climate change and food security

Jared Koli- August 10, 2021

The Pacific Regional Fisheries Ministers are taking steps in addressing regional priorities for coastal fisheries, aquaculture, and marine sectors.        Malaita Outer Islands| ... Read More

MWYCF condemns alleged gruesome rape of 12 year old girl

admin- October 14, 2018

  Officers from the RSIPF's Police Response Team The Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs has called for a collective action to stop ... Read More

‘Be consistent or we lose credibility’: Dr Kabutaulaka

admin- October 2, 2018

Dr. Tarcisius Tara Kabutaulaka. Photo credit: Radio Australia. National leaders must make sure national views at the international area must be consistent or the country ... Read More

MINISTRY OF WOMEN HOLDS STAKEHOLDER’s CONSULTATION

admin- October 24, 2016

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WORKSHOP ON HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTING STARTED

admin- April 20, 2016

Child Rights. Photo credit: United Nations. Three days workshop on Human Rights reporting has started in Honiara yesterday. The workshop was organised by the United ... Read More

PM CALLS FOR MORE ACTION INTO HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN WEST PAPUA

admin- October 2, 2015

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare Chair of the Melanesian Spearhead Group. Photo credit: OPMC. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has called on the Geneva-based United Nations Human Rights ... Read More