For the entire month of July, Safecity is making a case quality education – one of UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Safecity (registered under Red Dot Foundation) is a platform, founded in 2012, that crowdsources personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse in public spaces. This data which maybe anonymous, gets aggregated as hot spots on a map indicating trends at a local level. The idea is to make this data useful for individuals, local communities and local administration to identify factors that causes behavior that leads to violence and work on strategies for solutions.
Come join me with Safecity for a discussion on women’s role in environmental education!
I curate Safecity’s Twitter account this week again. The discussion will be focused on ‘Women’s role in environmental education’. I’ll also be conducting a Twitter chat concerning the same on 29th July 2016 9 PM IST/11:30 AM EST. Save the date!
“Achieving inclusive and quality education for all reaffirms the belief that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development.” – UNDP