INFORMATION FOR FIJIAN VOTERS FOR 2018 ELECTIONS
His Excellency the President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konusi Konrote issued the Writ Of Elections to the Chairman of the Electoral Commission Suresh Chandra. Fiji will conduct its general elections on Wednesday November 14th, 2018. Fijian nationals who have registered to vote from Europe will need to click here to learn more on postal voting.
AMBASSADOR DELIVERS COP23 REMARKS AT IFRC DIALOGUE
Ambassador Deo Saran, in his capacity as the COP23 Climate Envoy to the UNFCCC, participated at a recent climate science and humanitarian dialogue forum organized by the International Federation of Red Cross. The event follows the recent release of the IPCC report and its humanitarian implications. This event was officially endorsed by the UNFCCC as a Talanoa Dialogue and Step Up event.
To view the overall response by the COP23 Presidency on the IPCC report, click here.
VACANCY NOTICE: HEAD – HUMAN RESOURCES MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, HERITAGE AND ARTS
The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts is currently recruiting for the role of Head – Human Resources. This key role is a member of the Ministry’s executive team and reports directly to the Permanent Secretary. With over 13,000 employees, MEHA is among the largest employers in Fiji and this role offers an opportunity to a qualified and experienced human resources professional to take on the challenge of achieving the workforce and modern workforce management practices needed to deliver continuous improvements in the delivery particularly of education in Fiji.
To view more, click here.
FORGING AN AMBITION PATHWAY TO 1.5ºC
President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands H.E Hilda Heine with the Fijian Prime Minister Hon. Voreqe Bainimarama have joined hands to become the first countries to signal their unreserved intention to raise ambition of Nationally Determined Contributions by 2020.
Read the COP23 Newsletter regarding the recent updates on the Talanoa Dialogue, including the leaders of the Republic of Fiji and Republic of the Marshall Islands renewed call for commitment by the world’s nations to efforts to combat climate change and the Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC