Safecity Tweetchats


Reservation for Women: Last Hope for Equality?

On 11th August 2017 , the Safecity twitter handle @pinthecreep initiated their weekly tweet chat, speaking about the topic , "should women get reservations" , to overcome the deep rooted repression they have suffered through all times , everywhere and every time. Read more

Life After Sexual Harassment at the Workplace

On Friday 28th July, Raakhee Suryaprakash, @10sunshinegal, conducted a tweetchat on Life After Sexual Harassment at the Workplace talking about therapy and rehabilitation. The chat focused on aiding and helping survivors of workplace harassment through the trauma of it and to [...]Read more

Prevention of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace

On Friday, 21st July, Kirthi Jayakumar @kirthijayakumar conducted a tweetchat creating awareness about the Prevention of Sexual Harassment Against Women at the Workplace (POSH) Act. The chat began by discussing the very basics of what a workplace is and how its definition has [...]Read more

Workplace Harassment

Workplace harassment is a very paramount topic to discuss about. Nowadays as the number of women in workplace is increasing day by day the harassment faced by them is also increasing. We have to find solution to this problem as soon as possible. Read more

Benevolent Sexism

On 7th July, 2017 Monk Prayogshala @monkprayogshala conducted a Tweetchat on Benevolent Sexism. The chat began by first discussing what exactly was benevolent sexism to clear everyone’s thoughts on it and to make those participants aware, who didn’t know. The [...]Read more

Safety in Schools and Colleges

On 30th June, Pradeep Kakar @1901Prady conducted a TweetChat on the issue of “Safety is Schools and Colleges” The chat discussed the issue of safety from different aspects. It first began by discussing the main factors/people responsible for the safety of students [...]Read more

How does safety impact access to education

On 16th June, Sharda Vishwanathan @visharda conducted a Tweetchat on the necessity of providing safe education to all. The chat began by discussing the various factors that restrict young girls from accessing education and also those factors that create a hostile learning [...]Read more

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