PLP staff provide Adaptive Leadership training for the Temotu Safe Families Provincial Alliance staff

The Pacific Leadership Program conducted adaptive leadership training for the Temotu Safe Families Provincial Alliance in Lata in October. The Safe Families Provincial Alliances in Malaita and Temotu include provincial government, women’s groups, NGOs, religious organisations and police and health services. The alliances work to identify collective strategies to tackle gender based violence as part ...
Date: December 6, 2016
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Samoa Chamber of Commerce Think Tanks promote Private Sector-led change

The Pacific Leadership Program’s long-term partnership with the Samoa Chamber has helped the organization to grow its creditability as a civil society organization advocating for the private sector’s voice on public policy issues. Most recently, the Samoa Chamber of Commerce and Industry has reinvented its membership engagement through industry think tanks. These forums have proven ...
Date: December 6, 2016
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A Leadership Journey: Wilson Toa, CEO, Transparency International Vanuatu

This interview with Wilson Toa, CEO from Transparency International Vanuatu, describes the journey that the organisation has taken from working alone, on the margins, to working in coalition with other actors from government and civil society. This change of approach has led to an increased community awareness of corruption and has perhaps contributed to the ...
Date: December 6, 2016
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Women in Leadership coalition helps Tongan women to achieve historic first

A record number of women candidates contested Tonga’s local government elections on 29 June 2016, and a woman was elected to the District Officer position for the first time. This was a promising development for women in Tonga in an area that has traditionally been dominated by men. Feedback from these candidates indicates that women’s ...
Date: December 6, 2016
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