Launching of the 'Women's Safety in Public Places' Campaign
Watch Live!!! Launching of the 'Women's Safety in Public Places' Campaign
Women’s Safety in Public Places (WSPP) is a collaborative campaign by Young Bangla- a youth platform of Centre for Research and Information (CRI), Human Rights Programme, UNDP, and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).
The campaign aims to create positive perception, attitude and behaviour change for equal rights of women and girls through massive awareness raising activities among youth & other relevant actors, particularly on women safety concerns.
In addition, it aims to propagate necessary policy reform to comprehensively address gender-based violence and harassment in public places. The campaign will comprise of an action plan for disseminating information, capacity enhancement training for stakeholders and advocacy for policy and legal reform.
10 leading youth organizations, in 5 divisional cities and 5 districts across Bangladesh, will implement the WSPP campaign.
Saima Wazed Hossain
Vice-Chairperson and Trustee, CRI
Nasima Begum ndc
Chairman, National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh
Resident Representative, UNDP Bangladesh
Fazilatun Nessa Indira MP
State Minister, MoWCA
Zunaid Ahmed Palak MP
State Minister, ICT Division
Aroma Dutta MP
Member of the Parliament
Chief Coordinator, SDG Affairs to the Prime Minister's Office
Dr. Benazir Ahmed BPM (Bar)
Inspector General, Bangladesh Police
Youth Representative, UNDP
Joy Bangla Youth Award Winner, Rajshahi
Joy Bangla Youth Award Winner, Barishal
Dr. Nuzhat Choudhury
Associate Professor, Department of Opthalmology, BSMMU