GIRLS' AND WOMEN'S SAFETY IN PUBLIC SPACES
Co-hosted by the Women's Studies Center, ILS Law College and
the 3D Program for Girls and Women
On Friday, June 28, 2019, the 3D Program for Girls and Women and the Women’s Studies Center at ILS Law College co-hosted the launch of the 3D Program publication Working Together for Girls’ and Women’s Safety in Public Spaces: Lessons from India. The event was attended by 36 participants from Pune and Mumbai, representing government, civil society and the private sector (see participant list). The agenda was designed to reflect the 3D Program’s convergent framework to address violence against women and girls (VAWG) in public spaces presented in the report, and to encourage inputs and discussion by experts, partners and participants. Please refer to the launch proceedings for a summary of the meeting sessions and discussions.
Geeta Rao Gupta, 3D Program Executive Director, giving opening remarks. June 2019
Sia Nowrojee, 3D Program Director, introducing the report. June 2019
Breakout session on increasing accountability for girls' and women's public safety in urban areas. June 2019
Breakout session on increasing accountability for girls' and women's public safety in rural areas. June 2019