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Thumbnail The National University of Samoa's Vice Chancellor and President has described the 2nd PIURN conference as a great success.  An educational three days of deliberations where so much has been touched on. A total of 55 presenters from around the Pacific Region presented well on various issues....
Thumbnail Reducing inequality is a major goal on the development agenda but research presented at the Second Pacific Islands University Research Network (PIURN) conference at NUS on Wednesday suggested it might not be as beneficial as once thought. Professor Catherine Ris' presentation the University of New...
Thumbnail Derivation and interpretation are some of the terms that lead and change our language from its original creation, said Letuimanu'asina Prof. Emma Kruse-Vaai from the National University of Samoa (NUS). “Our language changes through the use and the increasing of impacts of social media, and changes...
Thumbnail The introduction of Christianity in Samoa by English missionaries and their wives led to their imposing of models of gender based on Victorian ideals that promoted the roles of women as maternal and domestic. Reverend Latu Latai, a London Missionaries Society (L.M.S) tutor at Malua Theological College...
Thumbnail  The negative effects of human activity on terrestrial and marine resources as fundamental bases of our daily lives are real.  Fiu Mataese Elisara, Executive Director of O le Siosiomaga Society Inc (O.L.S.S.I), discussed the issues concerning, ‘Evolving principles and practices on Sustainable...
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