eSPAN

Soroptimist Programme Action News is a monthly electronic publication outlining Programme Action News, highlighting club projects, advocacy work, United Nations programme information, SDG's, and other information relevant to programme work across the Federation of Clubs.  eSPAN is deliverted directly to members of the South West Pacific, current and previous publications can be viewed here

eBulletin

The eBulletin is a monthly electronic newsletter newsletter delivered directly to members, the eBulletin enables the President, Management Committee and Convenors of the South West Pacific to communicate information to members.  Current and previous editions of the eBulletin can be viewed here.  Please note members will need to be logged into the members area of the website to view the newsletter.

The SWP Annual Report

This report is produced for the Federation Annual General Meeting (AGM) and has detailed reports from the Federation elected position holders and Federation appointees.  If you would like a copy of the AGM please contact SWP Office to request a copy.

UN Status

Soroptimist International holds General Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC); Operational Relations with the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO); Special List of the International Labour Organisation (ILO); Official Relations with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO); Consultative Status with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO). Soroptimist International is also a Board member of CONGO and accredited to the Commonwealth.

The International team produce these statements & reports on issues of global significance

Soroptimist International "Where We Stand"

Where We Stand position statements on Women and: climate change, food security, gender based violence, health, human trafficking, peace building, poverty, safe motherhood, the rights of the girl child, water and sanitation, leaders and decision makers, refugees, internally displaced persons, asylum seekers. To view these publications click here

(Please do contact us if any of the above links are broken as we do endeavour to keep all data up-to-date and you can help)