Leveraging technology to keep women safe


Have app, will be safe: Women around the world are increasingly turning to technology to stay safe in public spaces.

NEW web and phone apps are helping women stay safe in public spaces by making it easier for them to report harassment and get help.

Safety is the biggest concern for women using public and private transport, according to a Thomson Reuters Foundation survey released in November last year.

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