Educating the Future Leaders of Fiji


This opportunity is open to all DMU students. Please check our eligibility criteria for further details.


In cooperation with our partner, Think Pacific, DMU Global will be offering a series of ‘free to join’ panel discussions with experts and partners in Fiji.

The purpose of the series is to promote mobility and create global conversations about international and sustainable development, within the context of the South Pacific. This is a great way to learn more about the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Fiji National Development Plan.

This event will address the topics of educating the future leaders and educational system in the face of the pandemic in Fiji.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about educating the future leaders of Fiji
  • Discuss how innovative and adaptive educational systems in the face of the pandemic can be created


Dr. Annie Crookes – Joined the University of the South Pacific in 2019 after 15 years working in Dubai, UAE. She has a PhD in Cognitive psychology from Leicester University, UK and an MSc in International Addiction Studies from Kings College London (in collaboration with international institutions, Adelaide University and Virginia Commonwealth University).

Temesia Tuicaumia – A Global Leader under the World Forum Foundation, and is currently the Curriculum Supervisor for Early Learning Fiji and the Mobile Kindy programme under Child Benefit Fiji .

Ketan Lal – The National President for the FNUSA Executive. He is currently a Bachelors of Civil Engineering Student (Honours) enrolled at the College of engineering sciences and technology, Fiji National University.


If you would like to join this event, click the ‘Apply now’ button at the bottom of this page. You will receive a formal invitation to register for the event to your DMU e-mail account shortly after the deadline. Please, check your inbox as well as junk inbox regularly.

Key information

  • Application deadline: Tuesday 15 December 2020, 9am
  • Live session start time: Tuesday 15 December 2020, 7pm
  • Session duration: 1 hour

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