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Get Involved   Do you witness a crime regularly that is not being addressed by the authorities or the local governing bodies?   Do you want to make a change but don’t know what to do? Why not stop being a bystander and raise your voice?  
Mahatma Gandhi said “Be the change you want to see in the world”. Then why not stand for a safer and secure society?   Join hands with Safecity and start your own campaign to eliminate the crimes from your neighbourhood, your city or your country. Just pick a topic, share it with Safecity Team and the Team helps you design an effective campaign that can help bring about change in your society.

Write in your idea at info@safecity.in

Do not have a campaign idea?   Safecity’s Team has been looking for volunteers like you who are passionate about a cause and want to contribute towards a safer society. Below are the campaign ideas Safecity’s Team requires your help in executing. You can use city filters to identify the campaign in your city. All our material in under creative commons and can be replicated but do give the credit to safecity and the person who created the same.  

 
It had all started as a discussion between Elsa Marie Dsilva (Founder: Safecity.in) and Sonal Kapoor (Founder:Protsahan) when they met during their Vital Voices Fellowship Programme in Nepal. Vital Voices is an international organization that invests in extraordinary women who [...]Read more
1st Feb, 2015 - 31st Dec, 2015
 
  Why we did the campaign? A team of 7 students studying law at IP University shaped this campaign during their usual cafeteria sessions. A series of discussions, personal stories and experiences, and a combined passion resonated by all for Safe Dwarka triggered the need for [...]Read more
5th Jan, 2015 - 31st Dec, 2015
 
Safecity has collaborated with Social Empowerment by Empowering Women (SEEW), based in Nepal; they are actively working on aggregating data in Kathmandu to lobby for safer, accessible and a better public transport system for women. They have already collected more than 500 [...]Read more
1st Jan, 2015 - 31st Dec, 2015
 
Why we did the campaign? Weeks of on ground research, audits, community sessions and heartbreaking data deemed Lal Kuan as one of the most unsafe places for women in New Delhi, the country’s capital. From unreported murders and rapes to dowry deaths and suicides, this area [...]Read more
14th Dec, 2014 - 31st Dec, 2015
 

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