Fruits from the South Seas

An essential characteristic of the movement to decolonize Pacific research is that of conducting empowering, emancipatory, engaging, and beneficial research that respects indigenous communities. The planned knowledge transfer activities of this research endeavor go beyond conventional academic publications. Building accountability into all stages of the research process ensures that benefits accrue to research participants in different ways, in forms that are most appropriate, effective, and meaningful for them - this is your space to find the fruits from the South Seas, that is, the findings from this research.



Pacific peoples and the pandemic: exploring multiple well-beings of people in tourism-dependent communities

By Regina Scheyvens, Apisalome Movono and Sophie Auckram

Development in a World of Disorder:
Tourism, COVID-19 and the Adaptivity

of South Pacific People

By Regina Scheyvens and Apisalome Movono

Image by Jovi Waqa

What do the people want? Reimagining Pacific Island travel & tourism

By Apisalome Movono, Regina Scheyvens & Sophie Auckram

Vax and vacation? Why that Pacific island holiday will still mean ‘traveller beware’

by Apisalome Movono and Regina Scheyvens


Traditional skills help people on the tourism-deprived Pacific Islands survive the pandemic

By Regina Scheyvens and Apisalome Movono

Pacific tourism is desperate for a vaccine and travel freedoms, but the industry must learn from this crisis

By Apisalome Movono and Regina Scheyvens

Image by Tiffany Nguyen

Sun, sand and uncertainty: the promise and peril of a Pacific tourism bubble

By Regina Scheyvens and Apisalome Movono

Tourism partnerships: localizing the SDG agenda in Fiji

By Apisalome Movono and Emma Hughes

Image by Alec Douglas



Recorded Seminar - Development in a world of disorder: Tourism, COVID-19 and the adaptivity of South Pacific people

Summer Sea

Iso chats: Collaborative hospitality and tourism