Noelene Nabulivou is the Political Adviser to Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality in Fiji She is a grassroots educator, feminist researcher, activist and social organiser in Fiji and the Pacific. Noelene has worked for over 30 years to strongly affirm and protect universal human rights, and advance Pacific led transformative approaches to sexual rights, gender, social, economic, ecological and climate justice – building and sharing knowledge, experience and skills in local, national, regional, economic south and global spaces. DIVA concentrates its work in urban poor communities, rural and remote constituencies, and with LBT/MI women and people, as well as wider women-led social organising in Pacific small island states. DIVA for Equality is the WMG PSIDS Organizing Partner (2017-2019) and the Women and Gender Constituency (WGC) Liaison to the UNFCCC COP23 Presidency. Noelene is also on the UNDP Global Civil Society Advisory Committee (CSAC) and an adviser to the UNWomen Pacific Civil Society Advisory Group. DIVA for Equality co-convenes a regional Gender, climate change and SD coalition (PPGCCSD), We Rise Coalition (with femlinkPACIFIC, FWRM and IWDA); the Pacific Feminist SRHR Coalition; and is a founder/on the Working Group of new Pacific CSO Engagement Mechanism (PACCOM), etc. Noelene has a double degree in International relations and Peacebuilding from University of New England, and Diploma in Community Arts Management. She lives and works from Suva, Fiji.
Noelene Nabulivou sudo 2017-09-07T03:18:26+00:00