PPP has been delivering human-rights based programming in collaboration with our partners for over forty-five years. We know that Indigenous People and Pacific Islanders have the knowledge to most effectively address ecological collapse and the impacts of colonization and social injustice in their own communities. We recognize the disproportionate impact of these issues on women, LGBTQ2SIA+ and other marginalized groups, and centre these communities as knowledge-keepers in our work.

We are committed to embodying the values of the communities that we serve. We work in accordance with local Indigenous protocols, priorities and values across the Pacific. We aim for a minimum 51% composition of Pacific Islanders and Indigenous Peoples on our Board of Directors, and are grateful to receive valuable guidance from local Pacific Islander and lək̓ʷəŋən Elders.

Below is a timeline of PPP’s programming beginning in the early 1980’s.

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