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FWCC to train police command group

FWCC to train police command group

November 2, 2020

The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre starts a five-day training for 36 police officers from the Southern Division Command Group at Suva’s Tanoa Plaza Hotel tomorrow, Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The training is to support the Fiji Police Force to develop best practice in responding to violence against women, girls and

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FWCC congratulates Jacinda Arden on landslide election victory

FWCC congratulates Jacinda Arden on landslide election victory

October 18, 2020

The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre congratulates Jacinda Arden for being re-elected as New Zealand’s Prime Minister for a second term in a landslide election victory last night. Ms Ardern has led New Zealand through a terrorist attack, a natural disaster and a global pandemic – and has done so focusing

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This is a joint statement from FWCC and FRIEND

This is a joint statement from FWCC and FRIEND

October 16, 2020

Media Release 16/10/20 Women living in Fiji’s rural and remote areas are demanding for timely,accessible and responsive police services. This was the call made by community-based women leaders from the WesternDivision who gathered at the Tukuni Conference Centre in Lautoka to celebratethe International Rural Women’s Day yesterday. Highlighting their concerns

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A message from Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator Shamima Ali on International Rural Women’s Day

A message from Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator Shamima Ali on International Rural Women’s Day

October 14, 2020

As we mark International Rural Women’s Day tomorrow, I pay tribute to the sacrifices, dedication and hard work of rural women in the country. Rural women have been Fiji’s backbone, ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities and improving rural livelihoods and wellbeing. In Fiji, the tireless efforts of

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Understand the implications of your public statements, leaders urged

Understand the implications of your public statements, leaders urged

October 7, 2020

THE Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre has called on the Minister for Local Government to have some respect and be more considerate while making public statements on those living in the Public Rental Board flats. In recent media reports, Minister Premila Kumar said she has been informed that prostitution has surfaced

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Challenge the stereotypes on breast cancer: Ali

Challenge the stereotypes on breast cancer: Ali

October 5, 2020

We need to challenge the stereotypes surrounding breast cancer. That’s the message from Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator Shamima Ali as the world marks breast cancer awareness month, commonly known as Pinktober. Ms Ali said there were a lot of stereotypes associated with breast cancer, with sexual stereotypes being the

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