Safecity Tweetchats

 

Water Crisis- Time to consider water footprints

On 29th March WaterAidIndia @WaterAidIndia conducted a Tweetchat on – Water Crisis: Time to consider water footprints. The discussion began by asking the question that in spite of being the highest groundwater extractor, India still suffers from water crisis, and whether it was [...]Read more
 

Water, Violence and its Co-relation

On 22nd March 2019 N.Jayaram @N_Jayaram conducted a Tweetchat on Water, Violence and its correlation on World Water Day. Women face disproportionate responsibility in finding, fetching water and washing and face harassment while performing these task. The discussion began by [...]Read more
 

Making #WomensHealth a Priority

On 15th March, Michelle Frank @DrMichelleF conducted a tweetchat on Making Women’s Health a Priority The chat began by asking the audience about the possible taboos that prevent women from accessing medical care. The audience suggested that women are expected to portray a [...]Read more
 

Gender and Fiction

On 8th March Ayush Mukherjee @its_ayush_here conducted a tweetchat on Gender and Fiction. The chat began by raising the question whether gender representation is a concern in fiction when fiction isn’t even true. The audience expressed their views about how fiction influences a [...]Read more
 

Human Trafficking and Cities

On 8th February 2019, Ushree @Usriroy conducted a tweetchat on Human Trafficking and Cities. The chat began by asking the audience members for their thoughts on why  victims of their family members do not report incidents of human trafficking. The audience shared their views on [...]Read more
 

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