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FWCC wins humanitarian award

February 23, 2018

THE Fiji Women's Crisis centre received the 2018 Mitchell Humanitarian Award at the Australian National University last week.

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Women’s Crisis Centre Wins Top Award

February 16, 2018

The 2018 Mitchell Humanitarian Award was presented to the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre in a ceremony at The Australian National University on Tuesday night. The Mitchell Humanitarian Award is an annual award that recognises individuals and organisations who have made an outstanding contribution to the cause of international development and

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Tongan advocate to keep pushing for women’s treaty’s ratification

January 25, 2018

Tongan advocate to keep pushing for women’s treaty’s ratification 8:12 am on 25 January 2018 A women’s rights advocate in Tonga says she hopes to allay community fears about ratifying international human rights conventions. Photo: RNZI / Koro Vaka’uta Tonga’s human rights record came under scrutiny last week as part of

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40 take part in global march

January 25, 2018

MORE than 40 people gathered outside the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre (FWCC) office on Sunday to commemorate the annual women's global march. The women's annual march started last year on January 20 by American women who were in protest against US President Donald Trump's election into presidency and to show

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Koro Island Reaches A Milestone

Koro Island Reaches A Milestone

November 26, 2017

More than six hundred community members from Koro Island kick-started the 16 Days of Activism by coming together to mark the renowned International Day for Protesting Against Violence Against Women on 25 November.  This marked the first-time ever for Koro Island gathering together to mark the significant global event. The

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“When you don’t understand the dynamics of violence against women – you do more harm than good:” Shamima Ali

“When you don’t understand the dynamics of violence against women – you do more harm than good:” Shamima Ali

November 22, 2017

Media Release (Nadi 21 November 2017)- Coordinator of the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) Shamima Ali told Police Officers from around the pacific that if they fail to understand the dynamics of a domestic violence case, they could end up putting the survivor at more risk and more often a

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