- Jan 25, 2020
Voices from the victims of climate change need to be heard, according to the leader of the Church in Fiji.
Religious leaders and the government in Fiji have found “common ground” over the appointment of principals to denominational schools in the country, according to a statement released after a Jan. 4 meeting to resolve a crisis over the appointment of head teachers.
The Catholic Church in Fiji is prepared to shut down all of its 44 primary and 19 secondary schools if the government continues to elect non-Catholics as the head of those schools.
The Catholic Church in Fiji is asking the government that religion be a factor in deciding principals of church schools.