The coordinator of Fiji's Women's Crisis Centre, Shamima Ali, says a travel ban imposed on her by the interim government has now been lifted following a television interview.
Ms Ali was stopped at the airport and told she could not fly to Australia because she was on a list of people banned from travelling.
The ban came the day after the former president of the Fiji Law Society Graham Leung was stopped from flying to New Zealand for a conference.
Ms Ali says she was approached by Fiji TV to tell her story and after that she received a call from the director of Immigration, Viliame Naupoto.
"As soon as the news piece finished I got a call from Mr Naupoto and he said where can I fax your clearance to travel."
Ms Ali, who is a Human Rights Commissioner in Fiji, says she's surprised Fijians are being told their Bill of Rights is intact when they're being denied the right to free movement and speech.