September 23, 2021

Building a secure, inclusive Pacific-addressing gender inequality in COVID-19 times: with Forum Gender Specialist, Dr. Fiona Hukula

Our Blue Pacific, like the rest of the world has had to reassess the way we do business, public service, and everyday life. The COVID-19 pandemic has posed many challenges in our sea of islands, but it has also presented us the opportunity to build on our strengths-which lie very much in our kinship and relational ties as well as our ability to live of our land and sea. If anything, the pandemic has highlighted our need to continue to reflect on our dependence on imported goods, especially food and how we can live a more healthy and sustainable life. (Click headline for full article)
September 22, 2021

Climate change still our existential threat- DSG Manoni opening remarks to Japan Joint Crediting Mechanism workshop

The following remarks were delivered virtually by PIF Deputy Secretary General Dr Filimon Manoni’ at the Japan Workshop for the Joint Crediting Mechanism, on Wednesday 22 […]
September 22, 2021

UN Law of the Sea ‘central’ to the Declaration on Maritime Zones– SG Puna to 2021 Pacific Update

STATEMENT SG HENRY PUNA TO THE  2021 PACIFIC UPDATE EVENT, OPENING PANEL: POLITICS AND REGIONALISM   DECLARATION ON PRESERVING MARITIME ZONES IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE […]
September 21, 2021

COVID-19, Climate change, Samoa Agreement: SG statement to Pacific ACP Officials meet

The following statement was delivered by Statement by Henry Puna,  Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum at the 2021 Pacific ACP Officials meeting, PACPOM, on Tuesday […]
September 21, 2021

“Room to improve” private sector role in climate finance- Deputy Manoni to MSG workshop

The following OPENING REMARKS to the  MELANESIA PRIVATE SECTOR WORKSHOP ON CLIMATE FINANCE were delivered via zoom on 21 September 2021 by Dr FILIMON MANONI, DEPUTY […]
September 15, 2021

Pacific Forum Members hold third briefing with Japan regarding Fukushima treated nuclear wastewater

Wed 15th September 202—Pacific nations continue to raise questions and concerns in closed briefing sessions around plans by Japan to discharge over a million tonnes of […]
September 15, 2021

Focus on the Teieniwa Vision–Forum SG Puna keynote to PINA Media Leaders, 2021 PINA 2nd CEO Media Summit on Integrity, Anti-Corruption

PIF Secretary General Henry Puna Summit Keynote ‘Reporting on Integrity & Anti-Corruption in the Pacific’ PINA 2nd CEO Summit, September 15 and 16, 2021   VIEW […]
September 14, 2021

SG Puna Opening Remarks, Third Briefing Session with the Government of Japan regarding its intention to discharge ALPS Treated Water into the Pacific Ocean

Welcome and Opening Remarks by Secretary General Henry Puna at the Third Briefing Session with the Government of Japan regarding its intention to discharge ALPS Treated […]
September 13, 2021

Trade, market access work on standards and measurement continues with Pacific Quality Infrastructure Initiative

13 September 2021— Pacific nations keen to improve the quality of goods and services and facilitate market access for their products have put standards and measurement […]
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