UN Women has launched a radio drama online as part of efforts to encourage more Pacific women to enter politics.
The 10-episode series, which is titled A Time to Stand, features a fictional character called Mere and centres on the challenges she faces in standing for office.
This month elections are being held in Solomon Islands and Tonga.
A pidgin version of A Time to Stand has been running in Solomon Islands in the lead-up to the elections.
The Pacific region has the world's lowest levels of women in parliament, with an average of just seven percent - the global average is 21.8 percent.
A Time to Stand is a collaboration between UN Women, the European Union in the Solomon Islands and civil society group Vois Blong Mere Solomon.