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Cultural and creative industries were the fastest-growing sector globally prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, says culture specialist Elise Huffer.
Pacific Community (SPC) would like to invite interested Consultants to submit a proposal to be considered for appointment for the Review of the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) Model.
The MSG Secretariat invites qualified and experienced individuals who are citizens of MSG Members to take up the position of its Director General based in Vanuatu. Applications close 30 Nov 2020.
Climate change still continues and climate impacts are still very visible in the Pacific. A few weeks ago, we had major forest fires in Australia and in other countries. Now we’re battling tropical cyclone Harold which is a result of climate change. This week a new study was released, pointing out that the great barrier reef in Australia suffered one of its most severe bleaching in 5 years.
On March 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) renamed the COVID-19 epidemic that started in December 2019 to a pandemic. This means that the number of countries affected, including Pacific Island States and Territories has increased.
The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Senior Officials Meeting was officially opened this morning with the reaffirmation by the MSG Members on having the strengthened collaboration and renewed commitment as the foundation to advance the interests and enable comprehensive development of Melanesian sub-region and Pacific region in entirety.