Tok Blong Pasifik is PPP’s journal read by subscribers in over 40 countries. It features a rich variety of “talk that belongs” to the Pacific: news, views, debates and insights from across the South and North.
PPP began publishing Tok Blong Pasifik in 1982 during a pre-internet era of fledgling independence and nuclear cold war. Communications among Pacific islands was prohibitively expensive, and North-South information flows were virtually non-existent. Tok Blong Pasifik quickly filled a void not only for Northerners concerned about peoples of the region, but also for Pacific islanders themselves curious to hear about neighboring nations.
Tok Blong Pasifik remains an excellent resource for those interested in the views and concerns of Pacific islanders, and critical issues of poverty, underdevelopment, social justice and indigenous peoples’ struggles.
If you are interested in receiving a print back issue of Tok Blong Pasifik (ISBN: 1196-8206) please email email@example.com. There is a cost of $5 per copy plus postage. Volume discounts are available.
Tok Blong SPPF 1982 to 1993:
Tok Blong Pasifik 1993 to 2003:
Tok Blong Pasifik 2003 to present: