Anare Tuitoga - Assistant Lecturer
BA – Language-Literature & History-Politics – USP
PGC – Education and History/Politics – USP
MA – History/Politics – USP
PhD – ongoing
Mr. Anare Tuitoga is the Coordinator of the following courses:
DG100 – Introduction to Leadership, Governance and Human Rights
DG200 – Human Rights at Local, National, regional and International Levels
2004 – Tuitoga, Anare., How modern was Speight’s coup? The case of Naloto. Fijian Studies: A Journal of Contemporary Fiji, 2 (2). pp. 191-207.
2003 – With Bakalevu, Salanieta Fiji: ICT use in education. In: Meta-Survey on the Use of Technologies in Education in Asia and the Pacific, 2003-2004. UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Bangkok, pp. 163-168.