Sexual Harassment among Men: A Stark Reality

Anna Anandita is a 23 year old hailing from the temple city Bhubaneswar, Odisha. She is currently pursuing M.Tech in Chemical Engineering in National Institute of Technology, Srinagar. Apart from academics, she enjoys writing, painting, dancing and occasional singing. She is [...]Read more

Gender and Public Spaces

On Friday 7th September, Priyali Sur @priyalisur conducted a tweetchat on the different aspects of gender in public spaces. The chat began by talking about the intersections between gender and social identities like caste, religion, region, race, sexuality, etc and the [...]Read more

Youth Leadership for Gender Justice

On 20th July, One Future Collective @onefuture_india conducted a tweetchat on youth leadership for gender justice. The chat began by discussing the importance of engaging youth for gender justice and how youth can be engaged better for working towards gender justice. They were [...]Read more

Sexist Language in Media

On Friday 6th July 2018, Keya Malhotra @KeyaMalhotra conducted a tweetchat on Sexist Language in Media. The tweetchat began by asking the participants whether the media has the power to influence their perception of the world and themselves and to share examples of the same. The [...]Read more

Urban Planning and Gender

On 22nd June, Savhera @SavheraWellness conducted a tweetchat on ‘Urban Planning and Gender’. The chat began by first asking why women experience the city differently than men and what were the differences in experiences. The discussion progressed to finding out the [...]Read more

Gender Inequalities in the Workplace

On 27th April, 2018, Kalyanee Tokala @KalyaneeTokala our social media intern conducted a tweetchat on Gender Inequalities in the Workplace. Kalyanee covered all the aspects of gender inequality during the course of the week and focused on certain aspects during the tweetchat. She [...]Read more

Why Am I Single?

Parvathy Gopakumar is  a second year B.A. L.L.B. student at National Law School of India University, Bengaluru. She is an amputee who loves forests and music. She is passionate about reaching out to other differently-abled people and to make them  see their worth. Born and [...]Read more

Housing Issues for Single Women

I have always thought of Mumbai as a really progressive city because of the way people are accepting towards different perspectives of life. Coming from a city like Kolkata, where just by the attire a woman chooses to wear or by the way she wishes to deal with an issue people [...]Read more

Gender Equality Watch- November 2017

Gender Equality Watch This monthly series by Safecity will track the latest decisions of Indian courts on women’s rights and equal access for all genders. The aim is to make the functioning of our judicial system more accessible to readers, to create a well informed body of [...]Read more

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