Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault and Women?s Right to the City: Lessons from the Gender Inclusive Cities Programme
GICP had three inter-related workstreams. The first involved compilation of a persuasive evidence base to show the nature, scale and consequences of the problem. The second was the involvement of local women to identify needs, develop initiatives and exert influence on others. The third was the establishment of partnerships with key stakeholders, such as local government, to deliver interventions. It has shown that small civil society organisations can play a vital role in delivering interventions and that there are additional benefits for women if NGOs adopt a feminist approach that is consciousness-raising and empowering. However, improvements, which depend on changes by women, men and institutions, require longer-term support if they are to be sustained.
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