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The Greater Sydney Women's Safety Charter continues to take a collaborative approach to making the city safer for women and girls, with 63 participants organisations now signed on.

During the most recent Community of Practice meeting, participants heard from the winners of Transport for NSW's Safety After Dark Challenge; She's a Crowd and Cardno, about how they're innovating to address this traditionally complex issue.

The Challenge was TfNSW's response to the Charter, with the aim of using data and insights to inform decisions and actions that will make travelling in the city safer for women at night. Read more about the challenge and winners.

The Community of Practice also included presentations from our newest Commissioners, Jackie Taranto and Emma Herd.

The Safety Charter aims to promote a safer city for women of all ages, abilities, identities, and social and cultural backgrounds. Find out more about the Charter and sign up as a participant.