Red Dot Foundation Global was founded in 2017 in the United States to support the work on sexual violence.
Ending violence against women and girls using crowdsourced data, community engagement and institutional accountability.
ElsaMarie D'Silva - Founder & President
Suzanne Goodney Lea - CEO
Lauren Anderson - Board Chair
Supreet K Singh - Board Director
Sally Munemitsu - Board Director
Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards 2017
How to Use the Safecity Mobile App
Currently we are doing a project on these college campuses - University of Maryland and Regus University, Denver, University of Southampton, UK. If you would like us to partner with you on prevention of sexual violence on college campuses, do get in touch.
Through a partnership with Polycom Development Project in Kibera, Nairobi, we have been able to work closely to address sexual violence amongst young girls. Solutions have involved use of community radio & involvement of religious & community leaders.
Safecity is just starting its work in the Caribbean. Our first campaign is #PlayItSafe and address sexual violence during Carnival and other public celebrations. Do join us if you have ideas in other parts of the Caribbean.
We conduct the following workshops:
- Gender sensitivity amongst teenagers
- Prevention of sexual harassment & discrimination at the workplace
- Diversity and Inclusion in organisations
- Understanding consent & healthy relationships
We cannot solve the issue of sexual violence alone. We have a range of partners from NGOs, Corporations, Government and Media.
Our Partners work in Malaysia, Argentina, South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon and Nepal.
Our founding organisation is in India with presence in Mumbai, Delhi, Patna, Ahmedabad and Pune
We will be speaking at 2 events at the 9th World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
8 Feb - Technology for Safer Cities at 11:30AM-13:30 PM in Room 401.
8 Feb - Apps to address GBV at 5-6 pm in Room 405.
Commission for the Status of Women
22 March - Addressing sexual violence through technology & crowdsourced data - 0430 pm at Salvation Army