Stories Pacific models of male advocacy working to end violence against women Pacific Women supports a range of activities that enable male advocates to be agents of change to end violence against women in communities across Pacific Island countries.
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Research How Do Perceptions of Relative Poverty Affect Women’s Empowerment? This discussion paper and project note provide the research findings of the impact of perceptions of relative poverty on gender attitudes in Papua New Guinea.
Opportunities Pacific Women Communications Panel of Specialists, Advisers and Assistants
Be part of a panel of communications experts providing advice on the Australian Government’s flagship gender equality program in the Pacific.
women to take on leadership roles at community, sub-national and national levels, including women participating in market vendor associations.
people to access gender-focused civic and voter education.
women to access financial literacy training and financial services.
women to attain formal qualifications.
women and children to access crisis support services, including counselling, health and justice services.
people to participate in community awareness, outreach and advocacy activities.
men to undertake male advocacy training.
women to access formal opportunities to share their ideas and learn from each other through learning forums, as well as through research and learning events organised by Pacific Women.