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    South Epi receives first state Minister after 43 years

     

    “Empowerment of rural women and girls the priority as Justice Ministry launched community awareness program”

    The Ministry of Justice and Community Services (MJCS) has launched a community engagement program focused on empowering rural women and girls in South Epi. Led by the Honourable Minister of Justice and Community Services, John Amos Nalau, this initiative is historic as it marks the first time in 43 years of independence that a state Minister has visited the South Epi area.

    A MIND CARE SUCCESS STORY FAR NORTH.

    When there is a need for legislative reform in an area of great urgency and importance, there is a feeling of positivity in the greater aim of helping human life.

    VLRC urges all citizens to participate in the referendum. Your vote matters!

    PORT VILA MAY 24: The 29th of May 2024 will be written down in history as the date of our national referendum. Vanuatu Law Reform Commission (VLRC) urges all eligible voters must participate in the upcoming national referendum.

    Lessons Learned from the 2024 Solomon Islands Joint Elections in April 2024

    Vanuatu was a member of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) observer group, which attended the joint election in the Solomon Islands.

    VLRC to conducts consultations in all six provinces to review mental health and inheritance laws

    First Consultation at Eratap Village

     

    Communities urged to share their views on important law reforms.

     

    PORT VILA, 10 MAY: Community members across Vanuatu are being urged to share their views on proposed reforms to the country’s mental health and inheritance laws.

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