The Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) supports the efforts of Pacific Island communities to make their voices heard and educates the Australian community about the impacts of climate change on the Pacific. The PCP supports the efforts of Pacific Island communities to make their voices heard through training programs for young activists from Kiribati, Tuvalu and elsewhere in the Pacific, such as the annual Kiribati-Tuvalu-Australia Exchange Program (KATEP). The PCP also supports Pacific Island communities' participation in international conferences such as the 2015 Paris conference (COP21). To educate Australians about the impacts of climate change in the Pacific, the PCP runs workshops and presents talks for schools and community organisations.
The PCP often collaborates with people, governments and organisations who work on raising awareness of the impacts of climate change, both in the Pacific and more broadly. The PCP is open to forming new relationships.
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