Safe Cities | Safe Streets

For Women

and girls

It's a human right

Safe Cities | Safe Streets
for women and girls

1 in 2 women don’t feel safe walking at night.

Women and girls also participate less due to the absence of safe spaces.

Explore the safety of your streets, neighbourhoods, towns and cities with the Safe Cities I Safe Streets toolkit

Take steps now:

Queensland Walks is proud to partner with the Zonta Club of Brisbane.

Zonta is an international organisation with thousands of members all working to build a better world for women and girls. We are everywhere – clubs in 63 countries around the world! We are advocates. We tackle the tough issues such as domestic violence, child marriage and the right for girls to be educated.

The University of Queensland’s Institute of Social Science Research and the School of Architecture, Design and Planning are proud to provide research support for the Safe Cities | Safe Streets initiative.  The University is committed to delivering knowledge leadership for a better world through our research, engagement and teaching activities.

Safe Cities | Safe Streets Research Reports


"We take action to build a better world for women and girls – where women’s rights are human rights and every woman is able to achieve her full potential."

Sandra McLean
Zonta Australia Committee

Download the Safe Cities | Safe Streets Toolkit

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