Anti-Harassment Groups & Campaigns

* INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence street harassment pamphlet (USA)

* Street Harassment: A Feminist Guide to Analysis and Direct Action by Cathy Ramos (USA)

Anti-Street Harassment Organizations & Campaigns:


ActionAid – This international organization does work in 45 countries and “safe city” efforts fall under their women’s right work in many of those countries.

Hollaback! – Visit their site for a listing of the more than 60 Hollaback chapters around the world

Huairou Commission – An international organizaiton that works in more than 50 countries and safe city efforts take place in many of them. In 2013 they launched the “Delhi and Beyond: Global Action for Safe Cities” campaign.

Safe Cities Global Initiative – A United Nations project that began in five countries in 2011 and will expand to more than 30 by 2017


Egyptian Centre for Women’s Rights (Egypt)

Harass Map (Egypt)

Imprint Movement (Egypt)

I Saw Harassment (Egypt)

I Wish Campaign (Egypt)

Operation Anti Sexual Harassment (OpAntiSH) (Egypt)

Sexual Harassment Action Group (Egypt)

Tahrir Bodyguard (Egypt)

No More Street Harassment (South Africa)

Asia/Middle East:

Young Women for Change(Afghanistan)

UNICEF’s efforts to end eve teasing (Bangladesh)

Bijoya Crowdsource Map (Bangladesh)

Open Institute – Gender-Based Violence Map (Cambodia)

The Adventures of Salwa (Lebanon)

Blank Noise (India)

Freeze the Tease (India)

Geographies of Violence – Delhi (India)

GotStared.At (India)

HarassMap Mumbai (India)

Must Bol (India)

NAARI-Against Street Harassment (India)

Safe Delhi Campaign (India)

Safe City India

Shoot at Sight (India)

ObjecDEFY (Jordan)

Astitwa (Nepal)

Stop Sexual Harassment In Public Vehicles & A Safe City Nepal (Nepal) (Pakistan)

Ramallah Street Watch (Palestine)

Sri Lanka Unites (Sri Lanka)

Fighting Street Harassment of Women in Yemen (Yemen)

Safe Streets (Yemen)


Cat Calls: Called Out

People Against Street Harassment Sydney


Don’t Touch My (Girl)Friend (Belgium)

Pro Change (Germany)

Love Matters (the Netherlands)

Rosnahal (Russia)

ASH Campaign (UK)

Ending Violence Against Women Coalition (UK)

Do You Know the Difference?” Lambeth, London (UK)

Feminism Society of Royal Holloway University Tumblr Page (UK)

One Step Too Far (Wales)

North America:

Can I Get a Smile? (NYC, USA)

Catcalled (NYC, USA)

Collective Action for Safe Spaces (DC, USA)

Design Action Collective (Oakland, USA)

Don’t Harass Me Bro (SF, USA)

Every Day Sexism Project (USA)

Girls for Gender Equity (NYC, USA)

Harassment of New York (NYC, USA)

Harassment on Translink (Vancouver, Canada)

Harlow Project (NYC, USA)

Helping Our Teen Girls In Real Life Situations, Inc.: “Anti-Street Harassment Campaign” (Atlanta, USA)

How Many Women Find Street Harassment Flattering? (USA)

I Was Asking For It? (Seattle, USA)

International Center for Research on Women’s “Making Public Places Safe for Women” Campaign (US/UN)

The Little Bird Project (San Francisco, USA)

Men Can Stop Rape (USA)

METRAC (Toronto, Canada)

New Yorkers for Safe Transit (NYC, USA)

RightRides for Women’s Safety (NYC, USA)

Safe Slope (NYC, USA)

Safe Streets AZ (Arizona, USA)

STFU Catcallers (USA)

Stop Telling Women to Smile (NYC, USA)

Street Harassment Project (NYC, USA)

Window Sex Project (NYC, USA)

Women in Cities International (Canada)

Young Women’s Action Team (Chicago, USA)

South America:

Latin America Women and Habitat Network (based in Argentina)

Paremos el Acoso Sexual Callejero (Peru)

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