IWD2021 - Action needed to make Public Places safer for Women
Many of you participated and shared comments on the subject of Women Safety in Public Places. Below is the survey report on how Women face sexual advances and harassment in public places, where such incidents happen most and how much of such incidents actually get reported. LocalCircles Women Safety in Public Places Survey
Do read and share it with your Chief Minister, District Magistrate, Police Commissioner/SSP/SP such that actions are taken on the matter.
A customary greeting on International Women's Day doesn't mean much but when we start making such systemic changes is when we will be really celebrating Women. more
Yes. Our women's day celebration is confined to a customary greeting on International Women's Day and doesn't mean much but when we need to make systemic changes to protect the women's. A rape victim, apart from medical test is being asked by the defence lawyer as to what really happen when you are raped. In one of the famous rape case in Odisha, the culprit is captured after 22 years and the victim is asked to identify the accused in a parade. After all these things, the Court takes months to give the judgement, only because the lawyer of the accused goes on taking time on every hearing. Can there not be quick judgement. The Delhi rape case took 7 long years to hang the culprit. Where we stand, so far as the women's safety and security is concerned. more
Stop Sex Provocating Events, Adds, in 24x7 Channels, Limit Liquor. It's enough more
More emphasis is given to Physcial education , I propose NCC training should be compulsory for Girls upto Class Twelve, and Society need to be more sensitive and bycott the Culprits. more
There needs to be another option in this poll on what action u took. Many times a lady can tackle it just by conversation and social pressure when she senses someone has wrong intentions. Many Indian women are smart at that and taught to handle this crap. more