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By Moera Tuilaepa-Taylor, RNZ Pacific manager Delegates at a Pacific media conference in Fiji two weeks ago heard harrowing stories of female reporters facing threats...

By Ivy Mallam of Wansolwara Media professionals have been urged to undergo gender sensitisation training to produce more inclusive, accurate and ethical representation of women...

By Tiana Haxton, RNZ journalist Fiji's Women and Children's Minister Lynda Tabuya says Pacific island countries need to "strengthen our laws" on online harassment. Tabuya spoke...

By Scott Waide, RNZ Pacific PNG correspondent, and Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalist Women's rights advocates in Papua New Guinea are calling for peace and...

Pacific Media Watch Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has hailed the news that Narges Mohammadi -- an Iranian journalist RSF has been defending for years --...

Asia Pacific Report Auckland Deputy Mayor Desley Simpson welcomed a large crowd on Suffrage Day yesterday to celebrate at a memorial to mark 130 years...

By Leitu Fereti in Suva The Brown Girl Woke initiative hopes to continue empowering Samoan youth in fighting against the culture of silence over violence. Founder...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ Pacific reporter French Polynesia's presidential candidate Moetai Brotherson has named four ministers in his proposed government, and confirmed he will vacate...

ANALYSIS: By Ayesha Scott, Auckland University of Technology; Aaron Gilbert, Auckland University of Technology, and Candice Harris, Auckland University of Technology Gender equity continues to...

Asia Pacific Report A group of "pink shoes" women in Aotearoa New Zealand campaigning for gender equality in the Catholic Church took their message with...

By Wata Shaw in Suva Females do 73 percent of the unpaid household work in Fiji, compared with 27 percent by males, says a new...

By Talebula Kate in Suva Fiji's new Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Lynda Tabuya, plans to use surveys and online platforms as an...

By Moana Ellis, Local Democracy Reporter The swearing in of Labour list MP Soraya Peke-Mason to Parliament on October 25 will mark a milestone for...

ANALYSIS: By Zakia Adeli, an East-West Center research fellow in Honolulu Part 2 of a two-part series on the one-year anniversary of the Taliban takeover....

RNZ Pacific The new MP for Rai Coast Open in Papua New Guinea's Madang Province, Kessy Sawang, wants immediate action to curb violence that has...

ANALYSIS: By Orovu Sepoe, Lesley Clark and Teddy Winn The results of the 2022...

By Gorethy Kenneth of the PNG Post-Courier in Port Moresby If there is a glimmer of hope in Papua New Guinea’s violence marred national general...

RNZ Pacific A Papua New Guinean economist says the election of women in Parliament will be crucial to advancing gender equality in the country. Papua New...

By Craig McCulloch, RNZ News deputy political editor Former National MP and Justice Minister Amy Adams says opposition leader Christopher Luxon is right to rule...

RNZ Pacific The 142 women running in the Papua New Guinea election are hoping to prove that the PNG Parliament is no longer a male-dominated...

By Kolopu Waima in Mendi, Papua New Guinea She is brave -- no other word can describe this Papua New Guinean woman. Ruth Undi Siwinu isn't...

ANALYSIS: By Louise Chappell, UNSW Sydney and Claire Annesley, UNSW Sydney Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s first cabinet is Australia’s most diverse ever. Not only do...