Designing a Safer Woman
hers projects/runhers releases women’s safety guide
Oklahoma City based runhers, a women’s lifestyle association @hersprojects, is distributing electronic versions of its Designing a Safer Woman (DSW) Prevention Guide free of charge. The awareness guide for women is the result of identifying a significant need for a more comprehensive, educational, prevention guide that can be used by community groups, law enforcement, and individuals alike. The guide helps women design their own personal protection plan, based on their individual lifestyle.
Link to the complete guide may be found at: DSW_Final_V1_Dec_2016
Managing Director of the hers projects Jeffrey Kidder states, “The DSW Project concept began here in OKC after several female runners were attacked. After a lot of research and conversations around the country with many experts in their respective fields, we concluded that this fills a large gap of knowledge for women.” Kidder continues, “Ultimately, the solution for making girls and women safe is addressing men’s violence. Community leaders, educators, media makers, and the general public need to address this problem because too often, gender violence starts as early as elementary school as sexual harassment and escalates as male perpetrators age. Ideally, we collectively must focus on designing a less violent man. However, while we are addressing this issue, we need to help women learn ways to minimize the risk of attack to the extent we can and/or engaging in unhealthy relationships.” Our project director Jessi Cargill host clinics and educational programs to groups, organizations and individuals. You can connect with Jessi and see her up to date posts on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saferwoman/
About hers projects/runhers® women’s association
We are a creative force that empowers women to discover, design and activate their version of a healthy and happy life. We create partnerships and experiences that engage, entertain and inspire women everywhere. By eliminating boundaries between cultures, organizations, disciplines and artistic expressions, our passionate people will create programs, products, entertainment and life solutions that engage the imagination and drive a new culture of wellness and health for women.
To connect, please visit us at www.runhers.com/about or facebook.com/runhers – twitter @runhers – email firstname.lastname@example.org