PIANGO’s Joji Fatiaki highlights some of the civil society priorities for the SIDS Conference, including Sustainable Economic Development and Climate Change
Lyn-Marie Blackman, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Barbados, explores SIDS’ particular challenges and how citizen perspectives and genuine partnerships can ally with investors to overcome them.
Tahere Si’isi’ialafia, board member of the Pacific Youth Council discusses her experiences as a youth representative working on gender.
Environmental Anthropologist Tamasin Ramsay champions the value of internal resources, such as virtues, principles, strengths and personal powers, in promoting holistic thinking and strengthening attitudes that empower women.
Representatives of the Gray Panthers to the United Nations urge delegates at the SIDS Conference to acknowledge the important contribution of older persons and to recognise their rights and concerns in the outcome document.
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- Day1Article8 Effectiveness of ICT for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
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