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In our 4th episode, hosts Amit Singh Baghel and Javed Ahsan welcome Dr Kalpana Viswanath to our podcast. Dr Kalpana is Co-Founder and CEO SafetiPin and Member, Advisory Group on Gender Issues with United Nations Habitat. Dr Kalpana also holds senior positions with Global Network of Safer Cities of UN-Habitat, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime, International Advisory Committee of Women in Cities International and Jagori, an organization dedicated towards women safety in urban as well as rural settings.
Dr Kalpana enlightened us on the following topics:
As the issue of women safety is deep-rooted, the need for a continual discussion is felt. Accordingly, a group dedicated to Women Safety in Transit has been created vide the Facebook profile of VERCOS. We request our women listeners to join the group and participate in the much-needed debate on how we must plan our cities to make them safer for women, and hence, safer for all! Please use the below link to join the group. Entry by permission.
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Till then, keep walking.
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