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Ese Apinelu
Legal & Social Strategist, Aspiring Entrepreneur, Swinburne University, Australia. Interested in Constitutional Architecture and Oceania Development
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TIME Jun 13
TIME's new cover: The leaders of these sinking countries are fighting to stop climate change. Here's what the rest of the world can learn
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Ali Drummond Jun 13
So usually, I do a lot of retweeting on here. So this week will be a real test for me 😅 Something else new I did this week was write an article with and 'The Blackfulla Test'
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Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea AM Jun 9
Goodness. What an incredible day! Firstly, I must heartily congratulate the many amazing people who have been acknowledged in today’s . I'm #1 fan for sooo many of you - thank you for being powerful role models & inspirational leaders!
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Niki Frantzeskaki May 19
Keep in mind that and its urgency as a may not necessarily bring the desirable to deal with it - advocates read how it can counter-act the movement... we analysed it in our paper some years ago
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António Guterres May 17
Nowhere have I seen the heartbreaking impacts of the global climate emergency more starkly than in Tuvalu, where I met families whose homes are threatened by relentless rising seas. We must take urgent to save Tuvalu — and save the world.
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António Guterres May 16
I am travelling to Tuvalu, a Pacific island nation where the highest point is less than 5 metres. It faces an existential threat from sea-level rise. We must stop Tuvalu from sinking and the world from sinking with Tuvalu.
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Dr Tess Newton Cain 🇻🇺🇬🇧 May 14
This is the exciting news from - we have a ni-Vanuatu woman appointed as judge to the Supreme Court. Congratulations to Viran and her family. The next step in what is already an illustrious legal career:
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Dr Tess Newton Cain 🇻🇺🇬🇧 May 14
Essentially a restatement of what leaders have been saying for some time - a very clear message to external 'partners' about what priorities are.
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Laureate Program Comparative Constitutional Law May 13
Call for Paper. Open Now. Young Scholars Forum. Melbourne Institute of Comparative Constitutional Law. 9 - 11 December 2019. Melbourne Law School For more information visit: .
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Melissa Castan May 10
Replying to @DrMCastan
Enrolment opens today for the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria elections – the next step towards Treaty. This independent body will be elected by Aboriginal people, for their community. The Treaty processes are led by Aboriginal Victorians.
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Johan Rockström May 6
Place the IPBES report next to the IPCC 1.5 C report and you have a full picture of a Planetary Emergency. Science cannot be more clear. The World needs to Transform. Now.
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Craig Santos Perez May 4
the first major anthology of Micronesian literature will launch today at Hawaiʻi Book & Music Festival. if you know the history of colonialism in the Pacific, you know how historic this is. to honor the moment, I share my afterword with you. may our ancestors be with us
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💧Prof Anita Heiss May 2
Congratulations to all the amazing contributors to GROWING UP ABORIGINAL IN AUSTRALIA, and thank you for giving us the platform to tell our stories our ways. I'm so incredibly proud to have been part of this important literary project.
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Stefan Armbruster Apr 29
Vanuatu hits passport sales jackpot. 1.3b Vatu (A$16.4m) revenue in January alone. Most sold to ppl mainland China. Estimated 1,800 issued in 2018 via
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Arabella Apr 29
Parliament’s treaty scrutiny is “limited, anachronistic and inadequate” - new Constitution Committee report out today
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Joanna Hayter AO Apr 29
The interview that changed a nation: 1990 meeting with rebel leader Xanana Gusmao in jungle hideout via
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RNZ Pacific Apr 28
First Pacific heart disease centre for children opens in
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Anna Dziedzic Apr 28
Interested in Pacific island constitutions, courts and judges? I will be in Canberra presenting my research on foreign judges in the Pacific on 9 May - all welcome
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Joanna Hayter AO Apr 25
We now know why it's very unlikely there will be a wave of women entering Parliament
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Ali Drummond Apr 24
from has rocked the socks off her statement to today speaking strongly about the epidemic of Indigenous suicide, child removal & justice issues facing our mob. The lucky country for some but not all ✊🏽🖤💛❤️🌎1/2
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