Hyderabad: City-based non-profit organisation VOICE 4 Girls has partnered with the British Deputy High Commission, Hyderabad to raise awareness around gender-based violence among college students and government school girls in the city.
The three- month project included awareness building workshops and a safety audit of public spaces in the Hyderabad. As part of the audit, college students from seven colleges in the city mapped hazards, harassment and public amenities in the city on a smartphone application called Safetipin. This data has been covered over the period of one month and presents a good picture of the safety scenario in the city.
A meet to discuss the findings has been organized on December 5. This event will also mark the end of the project and the UN's '16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence'. Andrew Mc Allister, the British Deputy High Commissioner of Hyderabad will be the Chief Guest at the event.
The conference will also be attended by Swati Lakra, SHE Team, Hyderabad Police, Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, Ex- Vice Chancellor, Hyderabad Central University, Sunitha Krishnan, Prajwala, Anant Maringanti, Hyderabad Urban Lab, Reddy Prakash, UNICEF and Aisha Mahmood Farooqi, President of Anveshi Research Centre....Article Source
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