September, 2018


Safecity Monthly Updates : September 2018

Safecity is growing exponentially and we’re constantly working hard to translate our vision to reality. Because we don’t want you to miss out on our work, we’ve decided to put together a monthly column to tell you about what we’ve been up to. You can sign up for our [...]Read more

Character Day 2018

Character Day  is an annual global day that brings together millions of people of all ages in schools, classrooms, companies, homes — anywhere people already gather — to engage in conversation and action around character (strengths like empathy, grit, gratitude, creativity, and [...]Read more

Single Women in India

On Friday, 28th September Ruchi Kumar @RuchiKumar conducted a tweetchat on the issues single women face in India. The chat began by asking the participants the everyday issues single women in India face–at workplace, travelling, renting an apartment etc and what are the [...]Read more

Discussing Body Positivity. Again.

Rudhdi Walawalkar is a first year law student at ILS Law college, Pune. She reads, writes and paints as much as she eats and sleeps! I think it’s nice to have an opinion in a world where everyone wants to be politically correct. Passionate about women’s right, cats, [...]Read more

Understand Consent. End Rape.

Kartika Puri, an undergraduate student at Ashoka University, explores writerly migrations between the spheres of art, society, and politics. Understand Consent. End Rape. The measures undertaken to combat sexual harassment often, either implicitly or explicitly, place the onus on [...]Read more

Emerging Leaders: Kartika Puri

Safecity is celebrating the journey of people who have emerged as leaders as our campaigns progressed in their communities through our blog series “Safecity Emerging Leaders”. Read the inspiring stories of these individuals who are passionate about making their [...]Read more

Gender-Sensitisation Through Culinary Skills

Tania Fernandes conducted a gender-sensitization session with a group of children in NIBM Pune on 14th September 2018.   The children challenged stereotypical gender roles by working in the kitchen together. They made biscuit modaks keeping in tune with the festive season! The [...]Read more

Gender Stereotypes

On 21st September Gurnoor K Behl @GurnoorKBehl conducted a tweetchat on ‘Everyday Gender Stereotypes’ The chat began with Gurnoor sharing a chart of the prevalent gender stereotypes and the traits associated with each, questioning the audience whether they adhere to [...]Read more

Visits to a community in Delhi

Titas Ghosh is the Program and Outreach Officer at Delhi. She is a Political Science graduate who completed her Masters in Women’s Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. She gained experience working for a feminist organisation in Mumbai, as part of her Masters’ [...]Read more

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