Public Lecture 1, 2018

Public Lecture 1, 2018

Ecology, as understood in most Pacific indigenous communities, is both the relationship among the people in a community and the relationship with their natural environment. The wellbeing and wholeness of these myriad relationships are dependent on the ethics and value systems that govern them. Pertinent to the issue is the question: what are the religious, traditional and cultural resources at […]

His Grace, Archbishop Dr Peter Loy Chong.

His Grace, Archbishop Dr Peter Loy Chong.

Peter Loy Chong was born on 30th January 1961 at Namata, Tailevu – the sixth child of Chung Lung and Kacaraini Vakalevulevu. He received his primary education at Natovi Catholic Mission (1967-1973) and then his secondary education at St John,s College Cawaci in Ovalau (1974-77). After completing Form 6 he was asked by his family to work for their business […]

Public Lecture 3 – Reweaving the Ecological Mat – Ecology and Development

Public Lecture 3 – Reweaving the Ecological Mat – Ecology and Development

Public lecture 3 is an attempt to raise awareness and debate on an issue that is far-reaching in its consequences to human existence – the ecological crisis. Ecology, as understood in most Pacific indigenous communities, is both the relationship among the people in a community and the relationship with their natural environment. The well-being and wholeness of these myriad relationships […]

Public Lecture 2 – Pacific Philosophies on Ecology (Panel Discussion)

Public Lecture 2 – Pacific Philosophies on Ecology (Panel Discussion)

The second public lecture took the structure of a panel discusion. Theme: Pacific Philosophies on Ecology Presenters: -Fr. Falani Terry, Lecturer in Philosophy, PRS -Rev. Dr. Upolu Luma Vaai, Associate Professor in Theology and Ethics, PTC -Dr. Frances Koya Vaka’uta, Senior Lecturer, FALE – USP -Margaret Vakalalabure, Coordinator, FLMMA Date: Thursday 27th July 2017 Venue: Australia Pacific Performance Space, University […]

Public Lecture 1, 2017 – ‘Wellbeing: Our capacity to imagine, express new possibilities, and find new solutions to complex issues’

Public Lecture 1, 2017 – ‘Wellbeing: Our capacity to imagine, express new possibilities, and find new solutions to complex issues’

The Inaugural public lecture  Date: Thursday 23rd March, 2017 Venue: Pacific Theological College, Suva @ the Fofola e Fala Havea-Latukefu Fale, 78 Vuya Road, Veiuto, Suva. Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm Click here to download the programme! Lecture Details About the Presenter   The presenter for Lecture 1 is Rev. Prof. Dr. Uili Feleterika Nokise, he currently serves as Principal at the […]

Public Lecture Series

Public Lecture Series

The overall theme of the lecture series ‘Churches in Conversation with Society on Issues that Matter’ is an attempt to raise awareness and debate on an issue that is far reaching in its consequences to human existence – the ecological crisis. Pertinent to the issue is the question: what are the religious, traditional and cultural resources at our disposal that […]

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