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Deaconess Tamalesi from Fiji
Losi from Fiji
Mrs Doust (Australia) and Pdt Amping (Indonesia) are concerned to protect and empower refugees and internally displaced people.
"Land, Culture & Conflict" was the title for the Vanuatu National Presentation made by Pastor Leinamau Manrogoana at PPBI.2007
Sitaleki Finau (Vavau) & Kamemea Faka'osi (Tongatapu) sing the Tongan National Anthem
Rev Andrew Bell (New Zealand) and Kamo Wagumisi (PNG)
Elizabeth from Raratonga, Cook Islands trained as a counsellor at Alan Walker College
Rev Elenani Cakau from Fiji at Peacebuilders training in Sydney 2006
Culture and dress
Mary Hurst and Mark Hurst presented Reconciliation Philosophy and Practice course at Pacific PeaceBuilding Iniatives program in Sydney in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.
Pastor Leinamau has a vision for the future of her nation of Vanuatu
Values which underly the vision for a just-peace in Tonga were presented by Tongan delegates to PPBI.2007
Monsignor Sione Katoa introduces the Tongan National Presentation at Peacebuilders International conference in Sydney, 2007
Maeha'a & Miriama Tairua from Tahiti trained in Counselling at Alan Walker College in prepartaiuon for their joint prison chaplaincy in Tahiti
Hani 'Ieli, peacebuilder and pastoral worker in the Rotuman community in Sydney
Barry Higgins trained in peacebuilding at Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives program in 2004, and leads a peacebuilding program in Cambodia
Empowering Women for Ministry Delegates 2006
Geoffrey Mangwi Mugi trains peacebuilders to protect and empower refugees and internally displaced people
Building an Authentic Vanuatu
Fr Katoa explains the structure of Tongan society to the gathering of international peacebuilders as a prelude to identifying the root causes of recent public violence, arson and killings in Tonga
Kamamea adresses the Peacebuilders Conference in Sydney, 2007
A visit to the Fish Market at Pyrmont, Sydney, Australia
Men and women leaders from the Pacific who attended the Women In peacebuilding program offered by Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives in 2004 marked their commitment by planting roses: Peace, Spirit of Peace, Chicago Peace, Friendship and Bougainville Blue.
Talatala Simione Ravaga, Fiji at Peacebuilders convocation in Sydney 2006.
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