CONSTITUTION

45.—(1) The Human Rights Commission established under the Human Rights
Commission Decree 2009 continues in existence as the Human Rights and Anti-
Discrimination Commission.

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The Director of Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission together
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Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination Commission

Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission is statutory body established under Section 45 of the Constitution of the Republic of the Fiji islands. The roles and functions of the Commission are stipulated in CHAPTER 2 – Bill of Rights, supplemented by the Human Rights Commission Decree 11/09. The Commission has a statutory responsibility under the Constitution and the Human Rights Commission Decree 11 of 2009 to ensure that Fiji’s human rights laws are promoted and protected. The Bill of Rights provisions in the Constitution bind the State and all public officials at all levels. This means that it is the State’s obligation to ensure that everyone in Fiji respects the human rights laws of the country. The Commission approaches its mandate from a four-fold perspective: (a) to educate the public about the nature and content of human rights; (b) to make recommendations to the Government about matters affecting compliance with human rights; (c) to promote and protect human rights of all persons in Fiji; and (d) to perform such other functions as are conferred on it by written law.
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Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination CommissionSeptember 26th, 2016 at 7:00am
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Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination Commission
Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination CommissionSeptember 26th, 2016 at 7:00am
Photo: A participant in a march against ISIS's attacks on religious & ethnic communities in Iraq, including the Yezidi people ("Ezidi"). A new report details Yezidi survivor accounts of killings, sexual violence/slavery, and other human rights abuses that are "an affront to humanity as a whole". Full report http://ow.ly/vppJ303sfj1 via United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI)
Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination Commission
Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination CommissionSeptember 26th, 2016 at 7:00am
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OUR VISION
Neither Greater Nor Lesser but EQUAL: Dignity, Equality and Freedom for all in Fiji
OUR MISSION
To take a lead role in the promotion, protection and fulfillment of human rights for all in Fiji.
To build, strengthen and sustain a human rights culture in Fiji.
OUR VALUES
Human Rights
Every person will be treated with dignity, respect and equality. We will apply a gender analysis to all our work.
Independence
In the performance of its functions or the exercise of its authority and powers, the Commission shall be independent and shall not be subject to the direction or control of any person or authority, except by a court of law or as otherwise prescribed by written law.
Rule of Law
Promote access to justice and equal application of the law
Our Work
We will be professional, transparent, accountable, ethical, responsive and effective in all dealings on behalf of the Commission