Safecity

How much longer do we wait?

By the end of 2013, over half of the 3.7 million Bangladeshi women between 20 and 24 were married before they were 18 We have been talking about gender equality for decades, but even in 2014, women are subject to social, political, and economic inequalities that reinforce their [...]Read more

Parks

Parks are where butterflies flutter, flowers bloom, children play, runners sweat and elders take a stroll. Blue sky as a roof, green grass beneath, parks personify freedom. However what happens when in this space a girl child is gazed at, not for her innocence but for her raised [...]Read more

Volunteer – Meghna Gandhi

It’s true that both men and women face difficulties and must overcome obstacles in their lives. But throughout history—in every country of the world—women and girls face additional obstacles and discrimination solely because of their gender. This is why I decided to spend [...]Read more

Volunteer – Divya Pant

i joined Safecity on 15th of September ,2013 as a volunteer for their on ground campaign “Pin THE CREEP”(to find 100 unsafe places in Delhi). My journey in Safecity has been Amazing. Safecity gave me an opportunity to meet so many new people with different opinions [...]Read more

Volunteer – Anisha Srivastava

I always believed on the adage that god created each one of us with some particular purpose. Raising my voice for the atrocities being committed on the fairer sex gave me a realization that this is the purpose of my life. But mere realization would have got me nowhere! It [...]Read more

Volunteer – Niharika Jain

It is a privilege to volunteer for the great initiative Safecity and work with the insightful and talented ladies Elsa Dsilva and Saloni Malhotra. Working as a Youth Program Coordinator, I got the platform to empower the women of Delhi to fight against street harassment. I had a [...]Read more

Volunteer – Jyotsna Kalra

Working with safecity has been a wonderful experience so far. You Meet new people, build a team and Face all the challenges together. Thanks to our amazing leader Niharika Jain for our fun Delhi underbelly team and all the brainstorming! Not just it provides you with a platform [...]Read more

Volunteer – Deeksha Nayyar

Fighting for the freedom and rights of a women has never been an old thing to do. It is burried deep in my soul for as long as I can remember. The adrenaline rush I get just talking on this topic is a proof that there is nothing in this world that will give me […]Read more

Volunteer – Sheen Jain

Equality for women has been a theoretical concept, on paper and never for real. They have always been someone’s daughter, sister, wife, mother and never a person, always identified by how they are related to a man. It’s high time they were treated as humans first, and [...]Read more
 

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