Pacific Calling Partnership

Embracing our role in the one community of life…     (Invitation & Call 2022)


Through the Congregation Project commitment, Brigidines support the Pacific Calling Partnership* (PCP) in listening  to and supporting  Pacific Islander communities to advocate for climate action and climate justice.

Corinne Fagueret (PCP Co-ordinator) and Team were able to visit Kiribati recently where they had the opportunity to reconnect with  partners:  Kiribati Climate Action Network, Tungaru Climate Alliance and Tungaru Youth Action.

Corinne writes:
“We also had the honour of working closely with 22 awesome emerging I-Kiribati climate leaders (pictured below) building on their leadership and advocacy skills. On this occasion Edmund Rice Community Services Executive Director Andree Brown joined us on our visit to better understand our work. In Andree’s words: ‘Thank you again for a very enlightening and enjoyable week. Such privilege to have the community open up to us the way they did. A real treasure to hold.’   Thank you to each and everyone of you for partnering with us to work towards climate justice for all. Ninikoria to all of us! (Ninikoria is Courage in I-Kiribati).”

(Source: Edmund Rice Centre , Pacific Calling Partnership)

Emerging I-Kiribati climate leaders  Sept '23.

Find out more –

Live & Learn Song from Kiribati: 

Kiribati Climate Action Network:  Here


Supporting emerging Pacific climate leadership is a core business of PCP . Recently, one of the leadership interns from Tuvalu facilitated a webinar on Pacific-led climate advocacy.  Access here:



Take some time to reflect:  Laudate Deum – Pope Francis calls again


We are not faced with two separate crises, one environmental and the other social, but rather with one complex crisis which is both social and environmental.”
Laudato Si’, 139



 * Pacific Calling Partnership is an Edmund Rice Justice collaborative (Christian Brothers) that came
into existence in response to Pacific Islander calls for solidarity in the face of climate change.