An Autowala, An Entrepreneur

Hey! I am Divya Pant one of the volunteer of Safecity for mapping #100 unsafe places in Delhi. I would like to draw your kind attention toward “An Autowala, An Entrepreneur”(Rajesh)… Thanks to Safecity I got this opportunity to meet this autowala (Rajesh) [...]Read more
 

Fundamentals don’t change ..

A wise man once said, “fundamentals don’t change” and the thought stayed with me. As I think about it today, after 10 years, I know it applies to societies, communities, countries and people. I want to live in a safe society. It’s a fundamental need. I [...]Read more
 

Help us Map the #100UnsafePlaces in Delhi and NCR

We thought we will only have to do this exercise once. We thought we will not speak about this again. We thought the age of terror was over. But two years after the first citizen’s survey of Delhi’s 100 Most Unsafe Places, the survey is being launched again months [...]Read more
 

Tips that women can take for personal safety

1) What should a woman do if she finds herself alone in the company of a strange male as she prepares to enter a lift in a high-rise apartment late at night? … Experts Say: Enter the lift. If you need to reach the 13th floor, press all the buttons up to your destination. No [...]Read more
 

1000 stories of Women Entrepreneurs

Read more about us and our reason, drive and enthusiasm for Safecity on The Story exchange and their 1000 stories campaign. Please do comment on the Story Exchange as well as on our blog and facebook page. The Story Exchange is a 501(c)(3) non-profit global video project and [...]Read more
 

An Indian Entrepreneur’s Plea to Her Brother

This story is reposted from The Story Exchange. The Story Exchange is a global non-profit video project and website. They are looking for stories of women entrepreneurs in India. Please submit your story here (https://survey.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_80JkrPxo12NsqXz) and it will [...]Read more
 

How do you know that you are in danger?

How to know that you are in danger? For decades, scholars have disagreed about what kinds of behavior count as crime. Is it simply a violation of the criminal law? Is it behavior that causes serious harm? Is the seriousness affected by how many people are harmed and does it make [...]Read more
 

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