November, 2018


SPEAK and Listen

SPEAK! is a global campaign that has been created to help give a voice to everyone, everywhere. As part of the speak campaign Safecity organised a sit down discussion on Gender Issues at Malabar Hill, Mumbai. The discussion was moderated by Vihang Jumle from the Safecity team. It [...]Read more

Demystifying Menstruation Myths in Mumbai

Priya Tiwari, the Volunteer Outreach Officer at Safecity, along with the Rotract club of SIES College, Malad and Gift NGO, conducted a workshop creating awareness about Menstrual Hygiene for around 20 children and 15 women from the slums from Malad on 24th November, 2018. It [...]Read more

Kahaaniya- Stories of our Gender

The event “Kahaniya- Stories of our Gender” about hearing and sharing stories of struggles, healing, hope and courage fighting gender-based violence and biases was organised on November 17, 2018 in Sambookas, New Delhi. It began with an introduction session where everyone had to [...]Read more

Gender Sensitization Workshop at Delhi University

Our Youth Outreach Officer from Delhi, Vanshika Siya Deswal, conducted a Gender Sensitization workshop at Department of Philosophy, Delhi University for its students and teachers on 12th of November. To break the silence, we asked the audience to share their personal experiences [...]Read more

Men as Allies

On 23rd November 2018, Equal Communities Foundation @ecfindia conducted a tweetchat on the topic ‘Men as Allies’ along with panelists @Promundo_US, @Go_Pauli, @TheGenderLab, @Madhumita_India and @willmuirnow. The chat began by asking the panelists their views on what [...]Read more

Children and their Rights

On the occasion of Children’s Day celebrated on 14th Nov in India, Safecity conducted a tweetchat with Protsahan @NGOProtsahan about children’s rights in contemporary India. The chat began by asking NGO Protsahan about the basic rights children are entitled to and [...]Read more

My Safe Space

On Friday 9th November, Merril Diniz @MerrilD conducted a tweetchat on the importance of #MySafeSpace and the new rules of engaging with one another while acknowledging personal space. The chat began by understanding what ‘safe spaces’ mean to different people. Merril [...]Read more

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