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Women Speak Out! A Report of the Pacific Women's Conference. October 27 – November 2

On Women and the Pacific Community

On Women and the Pacific Community

Resolution 1: That a Regional Pacific Women's Resource Centre be formed where information and skilled persons can be utilised throughout the Pacific.

Resolution 2: That a regional Pacific Women's Association be formed to be the support group of the proposed Pacific Women's Resource Centre.

Resolution 3: That the Conference will help and support the struggles of women in the colonial territories of the Pacific and that women in independent and self-governing countries be made more aware of the double difficulties facing women in colonised countries; that we publicise and circulate among women the situation facing women in the colonial territories, for example Dewe Gorodey, and offer financial support.

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Resolution 4: That Resolution 3 become a function of the Regional Pacific Women's Association.

Resolution 5: That the Conference support a denuclearised Pacific and in particular the proposals of the People's Treaty for a Nuclear Free Pacific formulated by the Conference for a Nuclear Free Pacific, April 1–6, 1975.

Resolution 6: That the independent and self-governing nations in the Pacific support territories under colonialism wanting to achieve self-government status, namely the independence movements of New Caledonia, New Hebrides, Micronesia and the autonomist parties of French Polynesia.

Resolution 7: That the 200 miles territorial limit proposal at the Law of the Sea Conference is in the interests of the Pacific people and that the conference supports this proposal.