Fairly Free from the Clutches of Tradition

Krishna Thakkar is a second year BLS student from Pravin Gandhi College of Law and stands by writing to express her thoughts. She is a creative writer as well and believes that we, all as humans, perceive differently. Fairly Free from the Clutches of Tradition With news columns [...]Read more
 

Emerging Leaders : Sabah Batul

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 neighbourhoods [...]Read more
 

What’s it going to take?

Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. Although married to numbers, her first love has always been books and writing. She regularly writes about issues such as women’s safety, Feminism, LGBTQ etc. on her blog nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. What’s it going to [...]Read more
 

Freedom : Reality or Myth

Karishma Jangid is a Mass Media student at K.P.B. Hinduja College. Born and brought up in Mumbai, she believes kindheartedness is the real beauty! She is passionate about mythology and literature, books and music. She wishes to share and gain knowledge, spreading smiles on the [...]Read more
 

Strengthening International GBV Laws

On Friday 6th October A38 @Athirty8 conducted a tweetchat on ‘Strengthening International GBV Laws’. The chat started off with the agenda of gaps in international GBV laws. The participants actively responded to it by highlighting the major flaws in the international [...]Read more
 

Safecity Monthly Newsletter : September 2017

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

Brother-in-law or Devil in disguise?

Karishma Jangid is a Mass Media student at K.P.B. Hinduja College. Born and brought up in Mumbai, she believes kindheartedness is the real beauty! She is passionate about mythology and literature, books and music. She wishes to share and gain knowledge, spreading smiles on the [...]Read more
 

Because it’s always her fault.

Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. Although married to numbers, her first love has always been books and writing. She regularly writes about issues such as women’s safety, Feminism, LGBTQ etc. on her blog nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. Because it’s [...]Read more
 

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