The 2013 Pacific Human Rights Awardees

Teta Etau and the Kiribati School for the Disabled received a 2013 Pacific Human Rights Awards for outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities in Kiribati Teta Etau and the Kiribati School for the Disabled received a 2013 Pacific Human Rights Awards for outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities in Kiribati

IDEA (Include Disability Employ this Ability) Program, Fiji (Outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities through the IDEA Program in Fiji)

APTC Australia-Pacific Technical College (Outstanding contribution to advancing the rights to housing and employment on Upolu Island, Samoa, after Cyclone Evan in 2012)

Rainbow Theatre Group, Vanuatu (Outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities in Vanuatu through theatre)

Kiribati School for the Disabled (Outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities at the School for the Disabled in Kiribati)

Chelcia Gomese of Solomon Islands (Special recognition for highlighting the right to education through creative writing)

Rowena Wemahanua of Solomon Islands (Special recognition for highlighting human rights through creative drawing)



SPC’s Regional Rights Resource Team receives core funding from the Australian Government and additional project support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Pacific Leadership Programme (PLP), European Union (EU) and the German Development Bank (KfW).