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Latest Updates
We are dedicated to keeping all our stakeholders informed about our work across the region. Via its Public Affairs Unit, the Forum Secretariat seeks to build understanding and support for the Forum and its Secretariat
  • 12 October 2017 Pacific businesses finalists in global sustainable seafood contest
    The “Blue Pacific” region is making waves through a global seafood competition which promotes sustainable development in the fisheries sector. Three fisheries companies from Pa...Read the rest
  • 01 October 2017 Pacific Leaders reaffirm their leadership for Climate Change and Resilience
    An Op-ED by Secretary General, Meg Taylor DBE Pacific Leaders presented a united stance on the pressing need for accelerated and ambitious global action on climate change as they joined wo...Read the rest
  • 06 September 2017 48th Forum in Samoa eSupplement
    Click here to download "48th Forum in Samoa eSupplement" document ...Read the rest
  • 22 August 2017 2017 Forum Foreign Ministers Meeting – Outcomes
    Forum Secretariat, Suva, Fiji 11 August 2017      The second standing meeting of Pacific Islands Forum Foreign Ministers was held at the Pacific Islands Forum Secreta...Read the rest
  • 21 August 2017 State of Pacific Regionalism - Challenges to Pacific Solidarity
    An Opinion-Editorial by Cristelle Pratt, Deputy Secretary General (21 August, 2017) A paper entitled “State of Pacific Regionalism Report 2017" which provides an overview of some of ...Read the rest
  • 09 August 2017 Civil Society prepare for engagement with the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders
        Civil Society prepare for engagement with the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders    Suva, Fiji (August 9, 2017)– Civil society organisations (CSOs) are...Read the rest
  • 09 August 2017 Civil Society prepare for engagement with the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders
        Civil Society prepare for engagement with the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders    Suva, Fiji (August 9, 2017)– Civil society organisations (CSOs) are...Read the rest
  • 24 July 2017 Working together to save the lives of our women and girls
    Cervical cancer is the number one cancer killing women in many developing countries. This year an estimated 266,000 women around the world will die from it, and 85 per cent of them will live in low...Read the rest
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