State of the Pacific

State of the Pacific 2021– Domestic politics of climate change

Pacific activists across a broad range of sectors have worked hard to capture the attention of a global audience on the risks and challenges that climate change presents to the Pacific Islands region. These voices have been effective in calling for greater climate action from major carbon emitting economies, and innovative in their demands for recognition of the loss and damages incurred as a result of climate change. While this global story of the Pacific Islands region is well known, less visible is the domestic politics related to climate change.

Scholarships available for the State of the Pacific conference and Oceanic Conference on International Studies

Pacific Island Country Scholarships available for The State of the Pacific Conf. and the 9th Oceanic Conference on International Studies.

Save the dates 10-12 September 2018. State of the Pacific is back

Department of Pacific Affairs’ biennial State of the Pacific (SOTP) conference will take place from 10-12 September 2018

DP2016/8 State of the Pacific — Slippery Slopes and Rough Rides in Regional Cooperative Endeavours in the Islands

This discussion paper results from a speech prepared for the keynote address at the 2016 State of the Pacific Conference, held at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia, 13

Julie Bishop opens State of the Pacific conference

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has used a speech at ANU to hail the success of the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan Mobility Program.

Updating the State of the Pacific: Review of 'Pacific Perspectives' week at the ANU

Tess Newton Cain highlights some of the key themes that emerged during the State of the Pacific Conference and the PNG and Pacific Update events, held in Jun

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