Chants of safe homes, streets, taxis, nightclubs, supermarkets, ending violence and rape against women and children echoed in Suva tonight as hundreds took part in the Reclaim The Night March.
For Pearl Mitchell from Australia, events such as Reclaim The Night March means that we all are fighting for the same thing and our voices are being heard.
Sam Liwaiono who was taking part in his first Reclaim The Night March says he has always been a supporter for women’s rights and is happy to be part of this.
Dorrin Irvin says this is a day that will encourage her to remember the sacrifices made by other women.
Jay Nasilasila who works for Fiji Disabled People’s Federation says this march is about showing solidarity with organisations that advocate on the rights of those that are vulnerable.
The march started from the Suva Flea Market and ended in front of parliament.
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