Towards achieving a congregational ‘voice’ on climate change and Pacific Islands – especially the most vulnerable.
Because of our connection and concern for the peoples in our region who are negatively impacted by climate change we aim to advocate and be a strong voice in solidarity with them. Many of us have witnessed first-hand the effects of climate change and rising sea levels on the health and future of these vulnerable people.
You are invited to add to the strength of our voices.
Congregations collaborating with the Pacific Calling Partnership
Anote Tong, the former President of Kiribati, will be here in October. While he is here he will be speakinMore
The NEG as it stands means that Australia’s Pacific Island neighbours are being offered no hope in their campaign to aMore
Congregational Voice addresses Standing committeeMore
Senate Inquiry – Effectiveness and Outcomes of Aid Program in Indo-PacificMore
This video has been produced by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Welcome VideoMore
This PowerPoint presentation shows the impact of logging in the Solomon Islands PRESENTATION ON LOGGING ISSUES 2017More
This website is a fantastic resource. 350.org Pacific has gathered stories from Pacific Islanders about living with cliMore
Mangila (Kiribas) and Sanieta (Tuvalu) visited Santa Sabina College, Strathfield NSW, to speak on the impact of climateMore
The formal launch of the Arop Water Tank Project occurred Sunday 14th August, 2016. The water project was a major needMore
THE RADIANT TAPESTRY OF BEING An ACMC(NSW) Community Day Earth Day, April 22, 2017 Speaker Br. Kevin McDonnell Edmund RiMore
You are invited to take part in a campaign(s) towards a congregational voice on climate change and the pacific islands.More
The Pacific Calling Partnership has just set an ambitious strategic plan for 2017. To implement it we need to have someMore
Tinaai and Vasiti are interviewed by Jo Haylen after meeting with her and other members of NSW parliamentMore
This video shows two young climate activists from Kiribati – Tinaai Teaua and Vasiti Tebamare from the Kiribati HeMore
The Sisters arrived at OLSH Convent Teaoraereke, Tarawa for the APA (Asia, Pacific, Australia) Conference on Monday 8thMore
Lilisiana Village lies on the island of Malaita, Solomon Islands. It is a small coastal village, low-lying and built aroMore
Date: Thursday 24 November Time: 1.30 pm for a 2.00 pm start till 3.30pm Place: the Edmund Rice Centre 15 Henley Rd HomeMore
This poem is written by Tulau Overhoff. Tulau, a student at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic High School in Pohnpei (MicronesiMore
Climate change became a particular concern for our Dominican sisters and brothers (and the wider Solomon community) afteMore