Welcome to Kiribati video

April 7, 2018 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

This video has been produced by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Welcome Video

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Solomon Island Dominican Sisters speak out against logging

April 3, 2018 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

This PowerPoint presentation shows the impact of logging in the Solomon Islands PRESENTATION ON LOGGING ISSUES 2017

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Frontline Truths

May 15, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

This website is a fantastic resource. 350.org Pacific has gathered stories from Pacific Islanders about living with climate impacts. The first island to tell their stories is Kiribati, after being hit with King Tides that destroyed nearly everything in its path. View the video here

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Climate Change Advocacy

May 11, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

Mangila (Kiribas) and Sanieta (Tuvalu) visited Santa Sabina College, Strathfield NSW, to speak on the impact of climate change in their respective tiny island-nations with students from the Year 8 Geography class and the Year 10 Religion class. Students at the College are studying issues around climate change and environmental ethics. Meeting young women from the […]

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Arop Water Project, PNG

April 13, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

The formal launch of the Arop Water Tank Project occurred Sunday 14th August, 2016.  The water project was a major need highlighted by families of Arop and the Presentation Sisters. Generous contributions, donations and fundraising from International Presentation Sisters Association through the ‘Friday Fast’ along with many schools throughout Australia, was greatly appreciated. With the […]

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Community Day

April 6, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

THE RADIANT TAPESTRY OF BEING An ACMC(NSW) Community Day Earth Day, April 22, 2017 Speaker Br. Kevin McDonnell Edmund Rice Centre (Kevin has a doctorate in geology with wide experience in biblical studies, science education and studies in science and religion) “Each of the interconnected threads in a tapestry contributes to the beautiful pattern of […]

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The Voice of the Pacific Islands on Climate Change

March 20, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose 2 Comments

You are invited to take part in a campaign(s) towards a congregational voice on climate change and the pacific islands. Facebook campaign Create a poster (hand written or typed) with the wording Climate change isn’t a joke. We need climate action now. You can make it specific by adding a location. For example: “Climate Change […]

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Volunteers needed for PCP

January 18, 2017 By Sarah Menassa-Rose No Comments

The Pacific Calling Partnership has just set an ambitious strategic plan for 2017. To implement it we need to have some more volunteer help. Would you like to join with an active and exciting team to help bring to the world Pacific Island perspectives and experiences of the impacts of climate change? Please email Jill […]

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Tinaai and Vasiti interviewed

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Tinaai and Vasiti are interviewed by Jo Haylen after meeting with her and other members of NSW parliament      

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Kiribati SOS – A video by film maker Michael Power from Afterglow

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This video shows two young climate activists from Kiribati – Tinaai Teaua and Vasiti Tebamare from the Kiribati Health Retreat Association – KHRA and Kiribati Climate Action Network – who recently visited Australia to share their story about the impact of climate change on their homeland.  Well worth a look.

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