Cities need to be safer for women and girls, charity says

Cities need to be safer for women and girls, charity says
 

As teenagers, we’re always told to remain vigilant when walking home after dark.
Don’t walk with headphones in, don’t have your phone out – these are just some of the things men and women are taught to do when they’re young.
But however cautious you may be, cities remain an unsafe place to be after dark, especially for women and girls.
London bus driver filmed ‘swerving into cyclist’ during rush hour According to world rights charity Plan International UK, four in ten women, including schoolgirls, have either been the target of sexual comments in the street or been whistled to at night.... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 40
Source: Metro
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