THE Fiji Women's Crisis Centre is calling for a genuine apology from Fiji Taxi Association general secretary Rishi Ram for his comments on how women dress.
FWCC co-ordinator Shamima Ali said Mr Ram "should make an undertaking that such remarks will not be repeated".
She said Mr Ram ought to instead address the problem of drivers.
"He should comment on what the association is going to do to drivers in terms of harassment," she said, adding that drivers must know their boundaries.
"Drivers should treat all their passengers with respect and they should also learn their boundaries and not use excuses," she said.
Ms Ali said other organisations should learn from Mr Ram's mistake.
"This is a wake-up call for other organisations. If remarks like that are made, they could create havoc in a person's life.
Ms Ali said the Employment Relations Promulgation which dealt with sexual harassment should be made known to union members "instead of treating it like a paper".
Mr Ram, in the meantime, has been reinstated as association general secretary after standing down for a week for his remarks about what women should wear in cabs.