We are a Collective Group advocating for better supports and services for the NSW Pacific communities, through authentic leadership.
We, the CORE Pacific Collective is a collective of four organisations and a network with over 50 years of experience in social justice, advocacy, project management, policy development, networking and serving in NGOs, government agencies and academia.
About CORE Pacific Collective
At the heart of the CORE Pacific Collective is a commitment to Nurture the Vā through social and spiritual connecting.
Vā is the sacred space between self and others. Aligned to the Core values of the NSW Department of Health, we strive to reflect;
Collaboration Openness Respect Empowerment
Sincerely willing and actively working together to serve with a purpose across local and regional spaces and places.
Enabling a safe and nuanced space to actively listen, share and encourage all to speak up alongside collegial and receive constructive feedback.
We are inclusive of all faiths and cultures, irrespective of race, gender, disability. We genuinely care about diverse perspectives
and interculturalism, thoughtful of
our impact on others.
Guides a sense of purpose in our work, achieved through taking responsibility and be accountable for our shared actions and approaches.
We celebrate and strive to also reflect upon lessons learnt, creating a positive nurturing, grounded and organically driven space
for communities to thrive.
NSW Council for Pacific Communities
Core Pacific Mental Health Group
Loau Donina Va'a
Pacific Women's Professional Business Network Inc
Professor Jioji Ravulo
Social Work and Policy Studies
The University of Sydney
Pacific Islands Mt Druitt Action Network