Safer Cities Webinar II Invitation: Nighttime Governance

On behalf of UN-Habitat, UCLG, VibeLab and Habitat Norway we would like to invite you to a second webinar of our peer-to-peer learning series: Safer Cities by our Neighbourhoods For All initiative.

This time focusing on Nighttime Governance – Ensuring Safe Cities for Women and Girls.

Date: Wednesday, 6 March 2024
Time: 1.00pm – 3.30pm CET
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About the Webinar:

In our ongoing commitment to fostering safer urban environments, we are excited to invite you to the second installment of our webinar series on Nighttime Governance. This session will delve into municipal safety policies, civil society initiatives, and innovative tools aimed at creating safer cities for women and girls, especially during nighttime hours.

Highlights of the session: 

  • Exploration of Nighttime Governance: Understanding the role of municipal safety policies and civil society initiatives in co-creating safer spaces.
  • Safety Audit Tools: A focus on tools developed since the early 2000s to assess safety concerns, with a special emphasis on women and girls.
  • Global Practices: Insights into cities worldwide that have pioneered in implementing effective safety policies and programs for nighttime governance.
  • Interactive Dialogue: A platform to share your city’s experiences and learn from a growing community of practice.
  • Towards a Global Knowledge Platform: Contributing ideas for a repository of tools and practices to aid cities globally.

Please fill in our registration form by the 5th of March to confirm your participation. We are looking forward to the opportunity to collaborate with you on this transformative journey.

About Safer Cities initiative:

Safer Cities initiative that started as a collaboration with UN-Habitat, UCLG, Habitat Norway, and VibeLab, aims to share knowledge, foster mutual learning, and promote integrated solutions for safer cities. Based on the UN Safer Cities guidelines and various global agendas, our goal is to engage cities worldwide in developing accessible, safe, and vibrant neighborhoods through co-production and inclusive processes.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a critical dialogue on nighttime governance and the safety of women and girls in urban spaces.

Register now and join us in shaping safer cities for the future.