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Our Goals for 2014

In SSH programs, street harassment | on 01.03.14 | by | Comments ( 0 )

Phew, 2013 was a banner year for SSH as we expanded our programs and network of volunteers.

We have few initial goals going into 2014, and I’m sure more will come up in the coming weeks. If you have suggestions for what else you’d like us to do, please let us know!

1. Get the 1st-ever national study on street harassment funded and the national report done!!! (You can donate to help make the study happen.)

2. Have three cohorts of volunteer blog correspondents whose members each write four monthly articles. (Applications are due on Monday for the first cohort.)

3. Run a successful International Anti-Street Harassment Week, March 30 – April 5. (Find out how to participate.)

4. Make SSH language and work more inclusive of the various populations that face street harassment.  (Look for an announcement on Monday that is a first step toward this goal.)

5. Work with 10 Safe Public Spaces Mentoring Sites.

We look forward to working with you this year to make public places safer for everyone!

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