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Interview with Gabrielle Claushuis: “MyGappie [app] enhances the feeling of safety in public spaces”
Gabrielle and I meet on a zoomcall. As a Fairspace volunteer, I’m intrigued by her new app called MyGappie The app enhances the feeling
For 2020’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, Fairspace launched our bold “Passing the Mic” campaign, calling on male allies to stand up
It was a Monday evening, 12th of October 2020 at 19:00, when we, Eva, Nick, Sanne and Josien, were ready for our Fairspace workshop. As Corona has affected
In the wake of Covid-19, communities and organizations all over the world have been mobilizing to bring attention and respond to serious social issues that
In the last few weeks, everything has changed. People’s movement (both nationally and internationally) has been restricted; health services around the world have been forced
A new petition against sexual street harassment was started last week by 19 year old Myrthe van der Houwen, and it’s already been signed thousands
The corona crisis is presenting societies everywhere with a reality that they’ve never seen or experienced before. The pandemic’s impact on public spaces is obvious.
Combatting social injustice is a broad action, encompassing many different types of initiatives and interventions, including demonstrations, industrial action and skateboarding. Yes, you read that
When previously writing about urban acupuncture, I approached this topic in a general sense, describing the how and why, its importance and its potential for
The New Year is a time that’s usually filled with ideas and aspirations of change. Whether it’s personal changes that you’ve decided to implement or
In the wave of #metoo, we are reminded that sexual harassment and violence are not restricted to certain countries, ethnicities, social classes or even gender.