Youth parliamentarians with the PM and Speaker at the floor of parliament
YOUTHS that participated in last week’s regional youth parliament in Honiara have been told they are policy makers.
Minister for Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology, Bradley Tovosia, pointed this out to the youth as they debated the Climate Change Bill.
SIWIBA Participants during the business training
SOLOMON ISLAND Women in business association (SIWIBA) has completed its second intake training on business development and will continue with another lot this week.
WISDM workshop participants during the discussion panel.
THE National Parliament’s Temporary Special Measures (TSM) civic education aims to push for women representatives in Parliament.
Speaking during WISDM workshop in Honiara last week, facilitator Leslie Kwaiga said the political government has included TSM in the Political Parties Integrity Bill 2013.
SIG Gender Focal Points and facilitators of the Gender Mainstreaming Workshop posing for a group photo at Mendana Hotel
A three day workshop was held this week on Gender Mainstreaming for Solomon Islands Government Gender Focal Points (GFPs) in Honiara.
The Solomon Islands is now leading the region in mainstreaming gender as an issue that needs to be addressed urgently within the public sector.
CHAIRMAN of the Youth Parliament organizing committee, Patteson Lusi, says parliament is the “heart beat” of any country.
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