The PCP’s values are underpinned by the Earth Charter and its principles, the UN Human Rights Charter, Catholic social teaching and the Edmund Rice ethos.
The PCP values:
- Listening to Pacific Island communities’ experiences of climate change
- Working in partnership with Pacific Island communities to advocate for effective solutions to climate change
- Supporting the efforts of Pacific Island communities to build resilience in the face of the challenges that climate change is creating
- Providing opportunities for Pacific Islanders to tell their stories to help people understand the impacts of climate change on their Pacific Island homelands
In all its activities, the PCP strives to develop constructive working relationships. The PCP believes that authentic relationships are crucial to all of the PCP’s work.