This short survey, undertaken in partnership with RMIT University, explains the new Global Goals and gives people across the Pacific the chance to rate their relevance and help track progress. The more we know about the goals, the more we can hold our leaders to account to implement them.
A report on the Vanuatu Government’s consultation on deep sea mining has been presented to the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources urging wider consultation and analysis, and suggests invoking a precautionary principle to guide future activity in this sector.
PiPP is supporting the Permanent Mission of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste to the United Nations and other Pacific delegations in the final phase of the intergovernmental negotiations that will define the post-2015 development agenda.
PiPP is a founding member of the ADB–Asian Think Tanks Network which is an informal group of think tanks working on the areas of sustainable economic growth and inclusive development in the Asia-Pacific region.
PiPP has a strategic partnership with the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, a U.S. Department of Defense institute based in Honolulu. In 2014 we co-hosted a conference on Advancing Pacific Islands Regional Security Cooperation in Port Vila.
PiPP is a member of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), which brings together academic and technical expertise to develop and promote solutions, policies and public education for sustainable development.