The inaugural Pacific Feminist Forum took place from the 28th – 30th of November 2016 at the University of
the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji. The forum brought together over 100 feminists from the Pacific region. In a
collective space we acknowledged those who came before us, recognised our diversities, identified our
challenges, celebrated our achievements, rearticulated a shared vision, shared strategies, built new and
strengthened old alliances, and further defined our shared politics.
Our diversities include; women, girls, lesbians, bisexual, trans diverse people, gender non-conforming
identities, ethnically diverse women and girls, women of indigenous minorities, women with disabilities,
sex workers, women living with HIV and aids, women living in rural and remote areas, young women, older
women, heterosexual women, women in sports, women in non-traditional roles, women in creative
industries and women in the informal sector and others.


Read more here: PFF-Charter-ENGLISH