The Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (PIANGO) is a regional network of NGO focal points or coordinating bodies known as National Liaison Units (NLUs) based in 22 Pacific Island countries and territories. PIANGO was formally established in 1991 to assist NGOs in the Pacific to initiate action, give voice to their concerns and work collaboratively with other development actors for just and sustainable human development. PIANGO's primary role is to be a catalyst for collective action, to facilitate and support coalitions and alliances on issues of common concern, and to strengthen the influence and impact of NGO efforts in the region.
September 16, 2014 - Beyond 2015 social media campaign to call on world leaders at the UN General Assembly to #aimhigher2015 to put people and the planet at the centre of the #post2015 #SDGs. On September 24 at 9am New York time, just before the start of the … Continue reading
Strategic Positions for Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (PIANGO) at the UN SIDS Conference
September 4, 2014 - The Pacific Islands Association of Non- Government Organisations (PIANGO) is representing Civil Society and Non-Government Organisations (CSOs/NGOs) of the Pacific Region at the 3rd UN Conference of Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) in Apia, Samoa. A PIANGO delegation is now … Continue reading
September 4, 2014 - The European Union Delegation to the United Nations, Mr Thibault Devanlay highlighted the critical role that Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) play in all UN processes, when opening the Forum of Major Working Groups and other Stakeholders, in Apia, … Continue reading
September 4, 2014 - “Small islands developing states have rich experiences that they could share with each other and which are aligned to many of the key tenets that support sustainable development of Small Island developing states (SIDS).” This was said by the Prime … Continue reading
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