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RNZ Pacific A female candidate in the Papua New Guinea elections believes it is more important than ever that the country has women MPs in...

By Luke Nacei in Suva It is the duty of men to uplift women and not undermine them or stand in their way, says Fiji...

By Talebula Kate in Suva Women’s participation in decision-making is fundamental to improving gender equality but despite making up half of Fiji's population, representation at...

REVIEW: By Zora Simic, UNSW Sydney “The world”, declares Laurie Penny on the first page of their new book, “is in the middle of a...

By Thierry Lepani in Port Moresby The People’s Party has made an unprecedented announcement to endorse four women candidates for all four National Capital District...

RNZ News Afghan women are accusing the Taliban of using a pregnant New Zealand journalist as a publicity tool to show the world they can...

By Rohit Deo in Lautoka, Fiji Made up of present and retired police officers, former school teachers, village headmen, community leaders and representatives from the...

By Josefa Babitu The Australian government has announced an A$170 million (F$267 million) programme for the Pacific region to strengthen gender equality initiatives over the...

By Josefa Babitu A French Polynesian territorial government cabinet minister says the pandemic and climate justice have provided an opportunity to think about the progress...

ANALYSIS: By Blair Williams, Australian National University It feels like every day brings more harrowing claims of harassment, bullying and abuse of women in Australia's...

Catherine Mori is the oldest female employee in the Customs and Tax Administration in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). And she may well...

ANALYSIS: By Marcia Devlin, Victoria University Australian university leaders are nearly three times more likely to be a man than a woman. Of 37 public university...

By Grace Auka-Salmang in Port Moresby Key findings from the 2016 to 2018 Papua New Guinea Demographic and Health Survey reveals that 56 percent of...

The National editorial Hundreds walked the Sir John Guise drive on Thursday calling for justice for the brutal death of 19-year-old mother-of-two – Jenelyn Kennedy...

Athletes from the Papua New Guinea’s national team joined the peaceful "cry for justice" march in the nation's capital of Port Moresby. Video: EMTV...

Pacific Media Watch Host Sherry Zhang interviewed the director of the Pacific Media Centre, Professor David Robie, about the tragic life and death of Jenelyn...

By Koro Vaka'uta of RNZ Pacific A school workbook containing "harmful" messages is being circulated in Fiji's schools, says a local activist. Roshika Deo said her...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Hundreds of women's rights activists commemorating International Women's Day yesterday gathered near the Horse Statue monument before holding a long march...

By Pauline Mago-King Seventeen women journalists from the Asia-Pacific region gathered in the Victorian capital of Melbourne this week to work on an empowerment strategy...

New Zealand steps up campaigns through supporting non-government organisations and groups to raise awareness and groups and help support victims of domestic violence. But,...

ANALYSIS: By Professor Katie Pickles 125 years ago today Aotearoa New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant all women the right...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark is the new patron for the National Council of Women and she shared her...