Red Dot Foundation is proud to be an Associate Member of the UN Habitat’s World Urban Campaign and a working committee member of the Urban Thinkers Campus.
Red Dot Foundation has been very active in creating systemic change for Safe Spaces through its following actions
- Safecity Crowdmap – to collect data and anonymous experiences of sexual violence to further understanding on the complexities and context in which the violence is perpetrated.
- Safecity workshops – to educate and advocate for attitude and behaviour changes and gender norms that perpetrate and perpetuate sexual and gender based violence.
- Urban Thinkers Campus – to engage diverse multisectoral stakeholders to think of systemic policy changes and encourage implementation in their respective areas.
- Youth Innovation Challenges – to engage youth to find hyperlocal solutions to some of our city and urban area challenges and also educate them in civic engagement and participation.
- Inclusive Cities live casts – engaging experts in various sectors – government, media, civil society, academia – to bring diverse perspectives to the issue of liveability, inclusivity and safety in our cities.