A review of the workshops held in American Samoa, Palau, Guam, and Saipan.
Panelists will discuss the intersection of development, technology, access, and accountability.
Today, we stand united with our Black brothers and sisters as we rise to challenge and change systemic injustice in its many forms.
A new working group aims to improve the ability of resource managers to address the intersection of climate change and invasive species.
A candid conversation on Pacific regional security, art, diplomacy, and scholarship.
Pacific RISA and NOAA International Research and Applications Project Principal Investigator Laura Brewington of the East-West Center led the first national Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Climate Change and Health Dialog in Majuro, January 30-31, 2020.
Micronesian leaders gathered at the inaugural Micronesian Conference of Leaders, convened by PIDP at EWC, in October 2019.
Previous US-South Pacific Scholarship (USSP) recipients from throughout the Pacific marked the program’s 25th year with a conference on professional opportunities.