Feminist Rani: Making public spaces safe for women

Making public spaces safe for women – our effort in this edition of FEMINIST RANI made an effort to engage with people who are using technology to help make more public spaces safer for women. “We need to stop being tolerant, we need to speak up,” insisted Trisha Shetty, Founder of She Says India. Her organisation believes signage is a great deterrent. They do a lot of work with music festivals and concerts in a bid to make women feel safe in places with large crowds.

As India’s first effort to engage, empower & elevate conversations on the subject of Feminism beyond its current shell, we bring you great conversations, speakers and an engaging audience every month.

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