Since 2009, the 'Tugeda Tude fo Tumoro' project has worked to engage women and men from 50 communities across five Solomon Island provinces impacted by logging, to contribute towards more inclusive and environmentally sustainable communities.
recent years REDD+ has emerged as a potential solution to the challenge of
reducing emissions from loss and degradation of forests. Live
& Learn has produced a short animation which explains the basics of REDD+.
Discrimination against children in Western Pacific society reduces opportunities for children to have meaningful participation in their communities. Live & Learn has established a children’s peace network to build peaceful and inclusive societies.
Live & Learn Environmental Education is a non-profit, non-government organisation which promotes greater understanding and action toward human and environmental sustainability through education and dialogue building.
Naf Nao! Iumi man save stopem vaelens. Enough Now! We men can stop violence
advocates’ guide to stopping violence against women in our communities.
While typically initiatives in the battle on violence against
women have been women-led, this project acknowledges that men have a crucial
role to play in leading solutions to the problem. This manual will be used to
train male advocates as champions for the cause, to combat sexual violence and
abuse against women. Male advocates will use this guide to facilitate informal and participatory
sessions with men in their community. This
has been developed as a part of the project 'Men Against Violence
Against Women' (MAVAW) in the Solomon Islands.