This category contains a list of sub-categories for society and culture sites located in the Cook Islands.
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Cook Islands National Environment Service
The Cook Islands National Environment Service provides information about research, support and projects focussing on conservation and sustainability.
Directory of Development Organizations - Cook Islands
A directory of international organizations, governments, private sector development agencies, civil society, universities, grantmakers, banks, microfinance institutions and development consulting firms. Includes contact information. [PDF]
Ethnologue - Languages of Cook Islands
Information about the living languages of the country including population, region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
Jane's Cook Islands
Detailed information on the islands of Rarotonga and Aitutaki including the people, culture, history, nature, sightseeing and dive information.
Judith Kunzle Dance on Paper
Local artist provides images and information about sketches and prints of pacific dance, landscapes, and life drawings.
Tauranga Vananga Ministry of Cultural Development
Website of the Cook Islands national museum and art gallery, library, archives and auditorium.
UNDP Multi Country Office in Samoa
Official United Nations Development Programme for Cook Islands, Niue, Samoa and Tokelau provides news, speeches, statements and publications along with information about its activities, progress, Millennium Development Goals, partnerships and staff. Focused on environment, energy, democratic governance, crisis prevention and recovery, sustainable livelihoods and poverty reduction.
Palmerston: The island at the end of the earth
The BBC visits Palmerston, population 62. (December 30, 2013)
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