The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) provides crisis counselling and legal, medical and other practical support services for women and children who are sufferers and survivors of violence committed against them by men.
The goal of FWCC’s program is to work towards the elimination of violence against women in Fiji and the Pacific region. This goal reflects FWCC’s long-term organisational mission. It is closely aligned with the organizational and project objectives of Pacific regional network members and with international advocacy efforts. It reflects the language used by other key international actors working together to address violence against women (VAW).
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre became operational on August 13, 1983 and was established in 1984, and celebrated its 33rd Anniversary on August 13, 2017. FWCC is a respected professional organisation and has succeeded in influencing public opinion in Fiji such that most sectors of society recognise and support the need for emergency services and ongoing
“They should learn to respect women and children“