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Women At Work For Safer Cities For Women: Introductory Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Barbara Holtmann Women in Cities International
33:18
Good morning, afternoon (here in South Africa), evening. Wonderful to be here on behalf of Women in Cities International
Jagori
35:41
The Global Coalition on Inclusive and Safe Spaces and Cities for Women and Girls comprising 5 organisations – Jagori (India), Safetipin (India -Global), Huairou Commission (Asia, Africa), Women in Cities International (Canada); Red Mujer y Habitat (Latin America) reaches out to several partners across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Caribbean region and North America. We are closely associated with UN Women’s flagship programme on Safe Public Space for over a decade and are a Member of the Action Coalition Leadership group on ending Gender Based Violence.
Jagori
36:04
The Coalition works with several stakeholders - students, collectives, women in the informal sector, migrant, homeless women, trans and queer women, survivors of violence, transport workers, police, legal officers, men’s groups, health system, private sector, technology companies, theatre groups, artists, so as to ensure a coordinated and a coherent approach and outreach to transforming rights and entitlements for women, claiming their equal citizenship, and ensuring freedom from violence and harassment.The Coalition members have substantively contributed to research and data collection, development of innovative perspectives and tools, in many different sites and countries. These tools have been adapted by grassroots groups, government and other stakeholders.
Emma
36:31
Good afternoon, good morning, good evening! I am Emma de Villiers from Fixed Africa in Johannesburg. Looking forward to an interesting and productive conversation!
Jagori
36:35
Our aim is to envision and implement a second generation of Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces Initiatives,that will advance urban governance strategies and create safer, more gender-response public spaces and planning and monitoring mechanisms. The outcomes of the B+25, SDG+ 5, ICPD+25, CEDAW+40, WUF reviews will feed into our visioning and design process.You can reach us at: gc.safercities@gmail.com
Safetipin
36:47
We will be tweeting with the hashtags #actioncoalitionGBV and #16days. Join us!
Jagori
36:58
1. Kalliopi Mingeirou is currently the Chief of the Ending Violence against Women Section at UN-Women in New York. She has been leading global initiatives and responses to ending violence against women and girls, including the Action Coalition on GBV, representing UN Women as one of the leaders of the Action Coalition.She is a lawyer by training and holds an LL.M. on public international law. Prior to joining UN-Women, Ms. Mingeirou worked as a lawyer in Greece, and at the International level, she worked for UN agencies, as well as INGOs, in the areas of human rights, women’s human rights and refugee protection in several countries both in development and humanitarian settings.
Sri H SOFJAN - Huairou Commission
37:56
Huairou Commission – a global women-led social movement of grassroots groups from poor urban, rural, and indigenous communities in over 45-countries in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America & the Caribbean, and North America, with over 120 grassroots & facilitating NGO organisations, who collectively work for transformative change that improves the living conditions, status, and quality of life of women, their families and municipalities.
Jagori
47:34
Dr. Barbara Holtmann: Barbara is the President of the Board of Women in Cities International, Canada and Founder of Fixed. Africa. She has worked in community development and safety for more than 20 years, with a focus on collective, collaborative action to solve complex social problems. She has developed the ‘What it Looks Like When it’s Fixed’ systems model and methodology as an outcome of her doctoral thesis enables clarity of purpose and effective collaboration where there are many diverse stakeholder needs, views and inputs in a development or transformation setting. In 2010 Barbara founded Social Transformation System as a consulting firm to apply her insight into the complex social systems to a wide range of problem solving contexts. Barbara has a PhD in Management of Technology and Innovation by thesis “A Strategy for a Safe South Africa”.
Sri H SOFJAN - Huairou Commission
51:59
Women in Cities International: https://femmesetvilles.org/
Suneeta DHAR
56:18
welcome @Rashmi
Vandana Singh
56:58
Thanks a lot
Francois
57:20
Thanks a lot Barbara for your wonderful intervention
Jagori
57:43
Maria Teresa (Maite) Rodriguez Blandon: Is the Programme Coordinator of the Guatemala Foundation. She has over 20 years of experience on gender, sustainable development and peace issues, having worked on the issue of women’s participation in conflict resolution and ending violence against women in scenarios of armed conflict. She is the Coordinator of Women and Habitat Latin America and Caribbean Network. The Women and Habitat Network was formed in 1989, to advance the development of knowledge and actions related to women’s right to land, housing, and the city.
Suneeta DHAR
57:44
you all can reach us at: gc.safercities@gmail.com
Barbara Holtmann Women in Cities International
58:10
Thank you Francois!
Jagori
59:16
Women and Habitat LAC NetworkTool: Observatory: Cities, Violence and Gender
Suneeta DHAR
01:01:02
he members of the Global Coalition are: Barbara Holtman, Maite, Sri Sofijan, Jayashree Velankar, Lana, Kalpana Viswanath and Suneeta Dhar.
Kathryn Travers and Margaret Shaw
Suneeta DHAR
01:01:22
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Jagori
01:04:47
Gentle reminder to everyone: Please do post any questions you have in the Q&A box and not here on the chat. They will be taken up towards the end. Thank you!
Safetipin
01:09:11
The members of the Global Coalition are: Barbara Holtman, Maite, Sri Sofijan, Jayashree Velankar, Lana, Kalpana Viswanath and Suneeta Dhar.
Kathryn Travers and Margaret Shaw
Jagori
01:09:52
Sonali Vyas is Senior Program Manager at Safetipin. As a trained architect-urban planner, she is involved in data analysis, representation, and formulation of recommendations for creating safe public spaces. She has co-authored the policy brief on Women and Transport in Indian Cities. Sonali believes in working hand-in-hand with the government and non-government stakeholders to bring positive change in the social environment of a city.
Jagori
01:11:19
Safetipin: Using Data and Technology to Build Safer Cities: Safetipin AppTool: Safetipin is a technology platform and a set of apps developed to collect data on safety to engage with individuals and provide back end solutions for large scale data collection and analytics. Safetipin works with governments, NGOs, city planners, international agencies and corporates, to provide and use safety data for change.For more: www.safetipin.comDownload the app on Android Phones: https://rb.gy/ghyebx | Apple Phones: https://rb.gy/3agyda
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:12:58
This is the web you can click for the Observatory on Gender, Violences and Cities from the Women and Habitat LAC Network. www.http://www.ciudadesygenero.org/ .
Safetipin
01:13:48
You can download the My Safetipin app as presented by Sonali Vyas from here: www.safetipin.com/download-app/
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:15:28
You can also access to our resources at the Women and Habitat Latin America and Caribbean Network: web page https://www.redmujer.org.ar/
Jagori
01:18:56
Shruti Batra is Project Manager - Research and Knowledge Management with Jagori. As a researcher, trainer, organiser, she has a wealth of experience on safe and inclusive public spaces for women and girls and has successfully brought gender concerns centre-stage in citizen campaigns - Main Bhi Dilli (I too am Delhi). She is passionate about rights of women domestic workers and ending violence against women.Urban issues, policy research, advocacyinitiatives on SDGs (5, 11) are her key interest areas. She has been a fellow with the South Asian Network to Address Masculinities. She has a Master’s degree in Development Studies from Ambedkar University, Delhi. She is a poetry enthusiast and writes on feminism, resistance and peace.
Jagori
01:20:13
JagoriTool: Open Street Audit Mapping (OSAM)OSAM is integral to Jagori’s community engagement and advocacy process and has been used for over 7 years by women across the low-income communities Jagori and the women’s collectives work in. The Community Engagement Process has several steps:i) Creating an Informal Space – Chaupals - for diverse women to discuss issues of right to the city, mobility, safety, livelihoods, services and last-mile connectivity. While they are led by women/girls, men/boys are also encouraged to participate. Safety audit data is collected in digital and manual forms.ii) Women mapping their areas with audit checklists through manual and digital forms -with the Safetipin App.iii) Women identify unsafe spaces, with poor infrastructure - lighting, pedestrian pathways, etc.
Jagori
01:20:38
iv) Key findingsare shared with local service providers/authorities and monitor their responses.OSAM is held in a public square to display the datain an interactive mannerwith service providers, local authorities and citizens. Action Plans are prepared, in addition to providing a platform for a collective process to design safer public spaces for women.For more details visit: www.jagori.org. write to shruti@jagori.org
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:25:33
Estas son tecnologías muy útiles para las mujeres y las autoridades locales y nacionales a cargo de realizar las auditorias de seguridad de las mujeres ! la de Safetipin se puede encontrar en español pero la plataforma la tiene que autorizar algún gobierno local para comenzar a utilizarla.
Suneeta DHAR
01:26:05
Thank you Mara for translating, Jushya and Shreya for your support
Jagori
01:27:23
For more details visit: www.jagori.org. write to shruti@jagori.org
Jagori
01:28:16
Emma de Villiers is a qualified and admitted attorney with an educational background in Film, Gender and African studies. She is the Managing Director of Fixed, a consulting firm based in Johannesburg, South Africa, which delivers the What it Looks Like When it’s Fixed methodology, enabling diverse groups to collaborate to solve our most complex social problems. Emma is a facilitator committed to enabling ordinary people to solve the problems destabilizing their social systems with the right support and tools.
Jagori
01:29:10
Fixed. South AfricaTool: Shared Vision: A Tool for Integration.Fixed works with a methodology which is built around a collective vision of What it Looks Like When its Fixed. The vision provides a framework for recruiting and mapping multi-sectoral actors as partners, for collectively and inclusively assessing status and progress and demonstrating impact in an integrated knowledge system, for identifying shared priorities and for designing collaborative, systemic actions and interventions. This tool provides a single platform on which to engage with diverse stakeholder and site data and enables the integration of multi-stakeholder expertise and experience into collective action to respond systemically to complex problems.For more: www.fixed.africa
Jagori
01:36:55
Lana Louise Finikin is a Founder Member of the Sistren Theatre Collective working on gender-based violence and crime prevention since the last 42 years. Her work is focused on social change, through community mobilizing, organizing, analysis of possible solutions to gender based violence. Lana is a grassroots activist with extensive experience of engagement with the UNCommission on the Status of Women and CEDAW, to bring about law and policy reformson gender equality and women’s empowerment. She is a staunch advocate of the Habitat and the New Urban Agendasto improving safety, security and living conditions of women in urban and peri-urban poor communities; as well to ensuring governments work with grassroots women to formalize and expand their public leadership in local planning and decision making.
Jagori
01:37:34
Sistren Theatre Collective Jamaica and Huairou CommissionTool: Performing Arts & Street Theatre - a creative tool for public education & awarenessThe tool is used for creative creation with the targeted communities – processes include community mobilising, raising public awareness, training life skills. It is meant to change behaviour and change how people communicate. See more at:https://youtu.be/hi0fs1LgQ-0For more: lana.finikin_comm@huairou.org and sri.sofjan@huairou.org
Vandana Singh
01:38:26
Brilliant, thank you so much for sharing powerful work everyone is doing. Unfortunately, I have to leave for another meeting. Good luck!
Suneeta DHAR
01:38:42
Thank you Vandana for joining us.
Vandana Singh
01:39:27
Just to let you know, I joined you from the UK.
Suneeta DHAR
01:40:12
@vandana. grateful.
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:42:45
Por favor coloquen sus nombres y donde están ubicadas atendiendo este 1er taller de herramientas para Ciudades y Comunidades Seguras para Mujeres y Niñas
Laura Somoggi
01:43:27
Laura Somoggi, The Womanity Foundation, based in the UK
Suneeta DHAR
01:43:53
Hi @Laura
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:44:08
Este video que estamos proyectando es sobre la violencia callejera en ciudades de Jamaica y cómo el grupo de teatro está trabajando para visibilidad estos hechos, la violencia contra las niñas, la violencia patriarcal y demás que pueden ver, violencia basada en genero que está en todas partes.
Laura Somoggi
01:44:16
Hi @Suneeta, hi all, great to be here!
Maite Rodriguez Blandon
01:46:15
Hola Ofelia, si seguro que se puede utilizar, sería de contactar a las colegas de Safetipin para iniciar el diálogo y proceso.
Sri H SOFJAN - Huairou Commission
01:47:03
Those who are interested to watch the video, here is the link:
Sri H SOFJAN - Huairou Commission
01:47:07
https://youtu.be/hi0fs1LgQ-0
Suneeta DHAR
01:48:32
Thank you Sri.
Barbara Holtmann Women in Cities International
01:55:52
Thanks Kalliopi!
Suneeta DHAR
01:58:59
sure @Heather.
Suneeta DHAR
02:00:39
You can reach us at: gc.safercities@gmail.com
Francois
02:01:02
Thank you so much for this session. It was enlightful
Laura Somoggi
02:01:19
Thanks so much. It was wonderful to see all of you together and sharing!
Francois
02:01:24
Until we meet again. Bye bye...
JAGRITI CHANDRA
02:01:25
Thanks for a lovely conversation
Jagori
02:01:28
Thank you everyone!
Suneeta DHAR
02:01:31
You can reach us at: gc.safercities@gmail.com