Here is the Storify from the tweet chat today.
Tomorrow, join the Tweet chat led by the George Mason University Women’s and Gender Studies Department, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT, use #EndSH, follow @MasonWGST
Women in Cities International released the second episode of their new podcast Small Talks and City Blocks, with WICI director Kathryn Travers and Ayesha Vemuri
OCAC Chile engaged in flyering and street action.
Hollaback! Croataia organizes a movie night at Mama Club. They showed “Blurred Lines: The New Battle of the Sexes” (2014), a BBC’s documentary about the increasing rise of misogyny in the media and culture in general.
Hollaback! Cuenca attended a meeting at the Bureau of the Eradication of Violence to discuss how to address sexual harassment on public transportation in the city.
Stop Harcèlement de Rue hosted a tweetathon in French — so many people joined to share their stories that the hashtags trended, first in Paris and then in France!
#stophdr #StopHarcèlementDeRue #endsh
Stop Harcèlement de Rue – Toulouse did street action & chalking.
Stop Harcèlement de Rue – Paris did flyering.
Jagori did a safety audit walk and talked to police about their findings in Delhi.
Stop Straatintimidat participated in a march in Amsterdam to protest the abuse of and harassment of LGBQT-identified people.
They also gave Mieke Martelhoff the Women Friendly City Plaque for making her bar a safe place.
They also released this video:
Trinidad & Tobago:
Safecity held a workshop for 40 girls at St George’s school on sexual harassment in public spaces and how to report it using Safecity.
They also held a Safety Walk and discussed street harassment with women and men in Nelson Mandela Park.
OCAC Uruguay went to the streets and engaged passersby to raise awareness.
In Philadelphia, Rainbow Alternative posted these messages in various public space locations.
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