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  • 26
  • Nov

WorldFish in partnership with the Solomon Islands Locally Management Marine Area (SILMMA) Network hosted a ‘Women and Fishing’ training workshop early this month from 4th to 6th of November.

  • 26
  • Nov

Violence against women in the home comes at a high economic as well as human cost, new research from the World Bank Group (WBG) finds.

  • 27
  • Nov

VIOLENCE against women is a global issue and a global shame.  It must stop.

  • 01
  • Dec

Women on Marau in East Guadalcanal have been facing numerous problems related to climate change.

  • 07
  • Dec

UN Women will be screening two documentaries focusing on ending violence against women and girls in the Pacific, Monday.

  • 09
  • Dec

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Miss South Pacific is a beacon for women in the region in reaching to their peak on the many common issues.

  • 12
  • Dec

FROM 2 December to 6 December 2013 Vois Blong Mere Solomons, Women in Shared Decision Making Coalition (WISDM), and UN WOMEN Solomon Islands hosted the Transformational Leadership and Empowerment Workshop.

  • 12
  • Dec

THE 16 days activism against all forms of violence against women ended with a candle lighting night at the National Museum, Tuesday.

  • 15
  • Dec

UN Women hosted an awareness programme on Monday 9 December, the second to last day of the 16 Days of Activism campaign, to generate discussion on violence against women and girls in the Solomon Islands.

  • 23
  • Dec

The 16 days activism of all forms violence against women, which fell on 26th November (White Ribbon Day) to 11th December this year, once again reminded us of how serious the problem is in our communities.

  • 27
  • Dec

Visiting the Family Violence Support Centre at the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands in Honiara provided a clear reminder that gender empowerment and gender equality are priorities of Australia’s foreign policy.

  • 03
  • Jan

Reuters: WOMEN’S political representation in the Pacific Islands region is globally the lowest at 3.65 percent, compared to the world average of 18 percent.