Safecity is built on the concept of Participatory Design, which means our partners and users design Safecity as we grow the concept.
Corporate Partner

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) is a Government of India Enterprise with a Navratna Status, and a Forbes 2000 and Global Fortune 500 company. HPCL’s vast marketing network consists of 13 Zonal offices in major cities and 101 Regional Offices facilitated by a Supply & Distribution infrastructure comprising Terminals, Pipeline networks, Aviation Service Stations, LPG Bottling Plants, Inland Relay Depots & Retail Outlets, Lube and LPG Distributorships. HPCL, over the years, has moved from strength to strength on all fronts.

Safecity has conducted several workshops for HPCL on sexual harassment at workplace and extended it to the children of their employees as well on child sexual abuse.

Corporate Partner

MobilArt leverages customisable combinations of technology, content and marketing resources to craft programmes and platforms that are often revenue-generating and cost-reducing in nature.

Safecity conducts workshops for MobilArt on sexual harassment at workplace and gender consciousness and is also represented on their ICC Panel.

Research Partner

Safecity and the Ortner Center at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) are collaborating to document the scope, nature, and impact of street harassment.

Our goal is to understand who experiences harassment, what the harassment looks like, how women respond to harassment, and how all of these things together are related to women’s participation in public life. The crowd-sourced data will help us understand harassment’s effect on civic engagement. We aim to make the findings useful for people concerned about their safety, community organisations, law enforcement agencies, and policy makers.

Corporate Partner

Maruti Suzuki is one of the largest car manufacturers in India. If you have traveled in India, taken a route to anywhere around this great nation, chances are you have driven with them. For over three decades now, Maruti Suzuki cars have been going places.

Maruti Suzuki runs driving schools across India in over 100 locations, employing close to 2000 people. Safecity is facilitating workshops on sexual harassment at workplace and gender consciousness for their driving schools.

Campaign Partner

Protsahan India Foundation is a social impact organization registered under the Government of India as per The Indian Trusts Act of 1882. We have been working since early 2010 and got registered on May 12, 2010.
Protsahan India Foundation uses design thinking and art innovation to transform lives of street and slum children facing abuse and vulnerability with a focus on empowering adolescent young girls to break the extreme cycle of poverty.
Safecity and Protsahan have come together for a safe public spaces campaign in Uttam Nagar, New Delhi where we will be training the girls enrolled in the center to work on-ground and design interventions for safe public spaces. These girls will be directly working with their communities for social and systemic change by using art, theater, and the model of community organizing.

Campaign Partner

Buzzify is a student’s initiative, started as a not-for-profit organization, seeking to provide free all-round marketing solutions to emerging NGOs.
Safecity and Buzzify are working together on sexual harassment and abuse on the campus of Delhi University. The campaign aims at making public spaces safer and accessible and also escalating awareness on the issue, its consequences, our rights and the interventions we can look into.

SEEW- Nepal

Institutional Partner

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 personal stories of harassment and abuse in public spaces and are in the process of scaling their movement. To render support to this campaign, you can write to us on

Clay- Ritu Verma

Institutional Partner

Ritu Verma is a trained counsellor, mentor, behavioural specialist, motivator, sex educationalist and child abuse consultant. She has completed her B Com from Mumbai University and accomplished her MBA with a specialization in Marketing from SIES College of Management Studies, Navi Mumbai. She also has to her credit various certifications in hospitality management. As a management professional with almost a decade long experience, Ritu has worked with some of the most elite organizations in the travel and hospitality industry. She is the Co – Founder and Director of Clay Foundation having centres across Navi Mumbai. She has been instrumental in conducting training programs for kids in the areas of personality development, grooming, life skills, sex education and prevention of child abuse. These stimulating and enriching courses are designed in a carefully structured format for easy understanding of kids.
Clay Foundation and Safecity have partnered on developing the curricula.

Campaign Partner
Stop Street Harassment (SSH) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to documenting and ending gender-based street harassment worldwide. It started as a blog in 2008 and became incorporated as a 501(c)3 in 2012.

SSH and Safecity agree that because street harassment is often an invisible problem (especially to people in power) and it is dismissed as being a “minor annoyance,” a “joke,” or the fault of the harassed person, our primarily focus right now is simply to document the problem and demonstrate why it’s a human rights violation that must be addressed.

The two organisations were working together during the Anti Street Harassment week 2014. The events, reports, videos, pictures collected during this harassment week- 30 March to 5 April were compiled in a global report that you can read here.

Campaign Partner

DNA is a mainstream newspaper and part of the ZEE news group. We did a joint campaign with them in January 2014 titled How Safe is your city? Safecity has featured on DNA on several occasions highlighting the urgency on the issue of harassment and abuse in public spaces. Safecity has also featured in this domain with intriguing articles to create dialog and expand the coverage of the issue.


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