Mind the (Commuting) Gap and the City

And The City | Hagar Abiri | Prima Abdullah

Read the related essay: Mind the (Commuting) Gap and the City by Prima Abdullah.

Tokyo in 1994 was already a city with one of the lowest crime rates. With only 60 crimes per 100.000 population, it has earned a reputation of one of the safest cities. Unfortunately, not everyone is not experiencing the same sense of safety, at least 70% of women commuting has experience harassment. Join Prima and Hagar as they examine problems faced by female commuter in the city, with our guest human rights issue researcher Puri Kencana Putri.