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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/2nd June to 8th June 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Dimpey Tehlan Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/26th to 31st August 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Khushali Jaiswal Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Women Creating a Sustainable Environment going Plastic Free

On Friday, 13th July, Raakhee Suryaprakash @10sunshinegal conducted a tweetchat on the role women play in creating a sustainable environment that is plastic free. The chat began by first asking the audience whether they are taking steps to make their homes and lives #PlasticFree and what was the biggest hurdle they had faced so far. […]

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Field report of community visit to Gauri Shankar Enclave III

Titas Ghosh is the Program and Outreach Officer at Delhi. She is a Political Science graduate who completed her Masters in Women’s Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. She gained experience working for a feminist organisation in Mumbai, as part of her Masters’ course-related fieldwork, that works with self-help groups in communities. Apart […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/23rd to 29th June 2018.

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Vrishti Kapoor Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Gram Sabha in Biddupur, Bihar

A Gram Sabha was organised by Safecity and its partner organisation Nirman in Biddupur, Vaishali District, Bihar on 26th May, 2018. Priyanka Kumari- the Protection Officer,  and Kartik- the Counsellor at Women Helpline Number, Women Development Corporation, Dept. Of Social Welfare, Govt. Of Bihar were our chief guests. We also had members of the Zilla Parishad […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/27th May to 1st June 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Vrishti Kapoor Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/4th to 11th August 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Blessy Varghese Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Emerging Leaders: Lizzie Braganza

Safecity is celebrating the journey of people who have emerged as leaders as our campaigns progressed in their communities through our blog series “Safecity Emerging Leaders”. Read the inspiring stories of these individuals who are passionate about making their neighbourhoods safer with Safecity and have taken action in their own special ways. Lizzie Braganza is a […]

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Urban Planning and Gender

On 22nd June, Savhera @SavheraWellness conducted a tweetchat on ‘Urban Planning and Gender’. The chat began by first asking why women experience the city differently than men and what were the differences in experiences. The discussion progressed to finding out the reasons why increasing female representation in decision-making is fundamental to building more humane cities and […]

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How I did it

Rahila Khan
Homemaker

I am a single mother of one. I lost my husband just 5 years into my marriage. Life has been a struggle for me, but I have managed it and today I have no complaints. 

I was a young widow with a 3 year old son when my husband passed away due to a heart attack. My parents were my rock… Read more

Piya Sharma
Chartered Accountant

I am a CA by profession. As my training has taught me, investing is a big part of my financial strategy. I am slightly risk-averse and invest heavily in mutual funds, FDs and ULIPs. I stay away from the stock market. 

As the household expenses are taken care of by my husband, I use most… Read more

Rajesh Singh
Corporate Executive

Growing up I did not have much other than the bare necessities. Though my mom tried her best, she could not fulfil our wishes. I always knew I had to study and improve my life. Today, I own a bike, a car and my own humble house. This has only been possible because of my prudent wife.

We… Read more

Suraj Chandwani
Gas Station Owner

I like to work hard and live a good life. I want to give the best to my wife and son, as well as my parents who live with us. I own a gas station in the suburbs of Mumbai. I had taken a loan to set up my business. So a major chunk of my earnings goes in repaying the loan. I also have a car loan… Read more

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