About Us

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 FWCC is also involved in public advocacy and community education on gender violence. The Centre’s strategies are based on the conviction that violence against women is a fundamental human rights and development issue. The Centre’s work addresses all forms of violence against women including rape, beating, sexual harassment and abuse of children.

FWCC is a respected professional organisation. It was established in 1984 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 support for women who are subjected to any form of violence.

Over the past four years the FWCC has done pioneering work to document, analyse and support the development of practical programs and services to deal with the problem of violence in contemporary Pacific society. The FWCC is well known and respected in international circles and its work is enhanced by participation in global networks of women working against violence.

Funding for NGOs is always a problem and for the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) things were no different. When the FWCC was first established…

Photo courtesy of Sirene Killion

Photo courtesy of Sirene Killion

Shamima Ali to deliver keynote address at 3rd FSM Women Conference

Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator and Human Rights activist Shamima Ali has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the 3rd Federated States of Micronesia Women Conference to be held in Pohnpei from 20 – 24 October 2014.

Organised by the Pohnpei Women Council, the theme for this year’s conference is “Maintaining Our Culture to Inspire Change.”

The conference celebrates the progress of FSM women as contributing members of individual communities and as active participants of Micronesian society today. It also highlights their role as strong guardians of culture and their responsibility to embrace today’s challenges in order to secure a better tomorrow.





At a global meeting of over 148 representatives from the major multilateral development banks (MDBs), including the Asian Development Bank, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development…


For Confidential counselling, support and information call us on our 24-hour Confidential Lines

Suva: +(679) 331-3300 / +(679) 920-9470

Nadi: +(679) 670-7558 / +(679) 740-4760

Ba: +(679) 667-0466 / +(679) 923-9775

Rakiraki: +(679) 669-4012 / +(679) 912-9790

Labasa: +(679) 881-4609 / +(679) 937-7784


Suva: fwcc@connect.com.fj

Ba: bwcc@connect.com.fj

Nadi: nadiwomen@connect.com.fj

Rakiraki: rwcc@connect.com.fj

Labasa: lwcc@connect.com.fj