16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

For the first time since Fairspace’s existence, we ask you for help! During the global 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign, we are raising funds so that we can continue our work, such as the free bystander intervention workshops and lobbying, next year. Will you help?

Our vision

Changing the way people experience public space in the Netherlands

Fairspace’ s vision is for a society in which everyone, regardless of sex, race, gender or gender expression, feels safe moving through public spaces.

Whether through transforming experiences on our streets, in bars and nightclubs, in schools or in the workplace, we tailor our services to the needs of our partners. Our work focuses on three impact areas: Education, Co-creation and Policy advice.

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Cities Engaged
Ebay/Marktplaats

"Working with Fairspace has been highly valuable for us as a company. From the start they have been incredibly thorough, professional and approachable, and of course very knowledgable."

David Morrow
eBay Classifieds Group
Oxfam

"Fairspace works in a professional and respectful manner, quickly winning trust of the participants."

Brigitte Obertop
Project Lead Gender Justice, Oxfam Novib
College mensenrechten

"Fairspace distinguishes itself by focusing on society as a whole. One of the helpful pillars of their work is bystander intervention. "

Jury MensenrechtenMens-prijs 2019
College voor de Rechten van de Mens
Gemeente Amsterdam

"The City of Amsterdam wants to prevent and end street harassment in Amsterdam. Fairspace contributes to this through their bystander intervention workshops"

Gemeente Amsterdam
Hyperion Lyceum

"It was great to see what a difference this workshop has made for countless boys and girls at my school. The students are more confident and feel more connected to each other."

Michiel
Teacher, social studies
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Partners

Winner MensenrechtenMens 2019

Fairspace founders Laura Adèr and Eve Aronson have won the 2019 MensenrechtenMens award for their commitment to tackling violence against women in public spaces. The prize was awarded on December 10, the International Human Rights Day.

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