Nauruan people
The indigenous peoples of Nauru are an ethnicity, which inhabit the Pacific island of Nauru. They are most likely a blend of other Pacific peoples.The origin of the Nauruan people has not yet been fi...
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Religion in Nauru
In Nauru, an island country in Micronesia, Nauru Congregational Church is the largest religion, encompassing 35.71% of the population, as of the 2011 census. According to the 2002 census, approximatel...
Crime in Nauru
Partially at the behest of the international community, Nauru’s government no longer sanctions certain activities that, while technically legal, could serve to facilitate criminal activity. In 2003, i...
Gilbertese language
Gilbertese or Kiribati (sometimes Kiribatese) is a language from the Austronesian family, part of the Oceanian branch and of the Nuclear Micronesian subbranch. It has a basic verb–object–subject word ...
Nauruan indigenous religion
The Nauruan indigenous religion is a monotheistic system of belief that includes a female deity called Eijebong and an island of spirits called Buitani. Believers say that the sky and the earth were c...
Obesity in Nauru
Obesity in Nauru is a major health concern for the nation. In 2007 Forbes.com reported that, according to the World Health Organization's (WHO) latest estimate, Nauru has the highest percentage of ove...
English language
English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now a global lingua franca. It is an official language of almost 60 sovereign states and the most commonly sp...
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Demographics of Nauru
The demographics of Nauru, an island country in the Pacific Ocean, are known through national censuses, which have been analysed by various statistical bureaus since the 1920s. The Nauru Bureau of Sta...
Education in Nauru
Education in Nauru is compulsory for children between the ages of 5 and 16. There are eleven schools in Nauru, including three primary schools and two secondary schools (Nauru Secondary School and Nau...
Nauruan Pidgin English
Nauruan Pidgin English is an English-based pidgin spoken in Nauru. It appears to be the result of a merger of Chinese-type and Melanesian-type pidgins (see Micronesian Pidgin English).
Trade unions in Nauru
Trade unions in Nauru. With a tiny population of 13,000 Nauru does not have a trade union structure.
There are constitutional provisions for the general right to belong to trade unions and other a...
Nauruan nationality law
Nationality and citizenship in the Republic of Nauru are currently defined and regulated by the Constitution of Nauru and the Nauruan Community Ordinance 1956-1962. Dual citizenship is permitted.
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Scouting and Guiding in Nauru
Nauru is one of 35 countries where Scouting exists (be it embryonic or widespread) but where there is no national scout organization which is yet a member of the World Organization of the Scout Moveme...
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Nauruan language
The Nauruan language (dorerin Naoero) is an Oceanic language, spoken natively by around 6,000 people in the island country of Nauru. Its relationship to the other Micronesian languages is not well und...