Making our cities safe

  • Family
  • Thursday, 03 Dec 2020

Members of the public can help make the city safer by taking action when they witness sexual harassment happening, says Yeoh. Photos: THE STAR/Azhar Mafof

In conjunction with the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, the Safe City Campaign has been launched to address sexual harassment in public spaces.

The Safe City Campaign is a collaboration between Engender Consultancy, Sisterhood Alliance and Red Dot Foundation, to come up with solutions to keep cities safe globally from sexual harassment and gender-based violence.

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