Maima Koro, Patrick Kaiku, and Milla Vaha offer valuable insights on nuclear justice for the Pacific.
Bedi Racule portrays the relationship between a woman from Bikini Atoll and a lagoon, an ode to a home lost to nuclear testing.
Patrick Kaiku urges the world to recognize the impact that nuclear weapons have had on the Marshall Islands and to pursue nuclear justice initiatives.
Maima Koro makes an argument for reframing geopolitical discourse to better respect the sovereignty and cultural context of Pacific Island nations.
Luisa Tuilau sheds light on the lasting impacts of nuclear weapons testing through the story of a family from the Marshall Islands in “All the Way from Down Here,” the second video in a series ...
Dorell Ben explores themes of legacy, ancestry, and the ocean in "Blood in the Water," the first in a series of videos produced by the winners of the 2022 Pacific Islands Creative Competition.
Milla Vaha highlights the severe consequences of atomic testing in the Pacific region and argues for global recognition of both nuclear and climatic existential threats, making a strong case for ...
Bedi Racule from the Marshall Islands and Micronesia is the Microstate Category winner of the 2022 Pacific Islands Creative Competition for her poem "See you soon, lagoon."
Mere Tuilau from Fiji is the Survivor Category winner of the 2022 Pacific Islands Creative Competition for her poem "The Elephant in the Room."
Sharon Kumar from Fiji is the Youth Category winner of the 2022 Pacific Islands Creative Competition for her poem recitation video "Our Pacific."