It all started when we realised that women’s voices are too powerful to go unheard for one moment longer.
Less than 80% of sexual assault is reported to authorities. When we speak to urban designers, government, universities and other decision-makers, they tell us that the majority of their data comes from crime statistics.
They're not hearing the full story.
This may have gone unchecked before, but not anymore. There is now a global imperative to address sexual assault and gender-based violence in every industry. But there is a data gap, and our decision-makers don't understand the problem enough to begin solving it properly.
Women tell their stories for two main reasons:
1. To help other women feel less alone
2. To be a part of something bigger than themselves
We saw this last year when half a million women shared their stories of sexual assault in the first 24 hours of the #metoo movement.
But none of these stories were used for data that can once and for all communicate to our decision makers the depth and breadth of this issue.
She's A Crowd is changing this.
So far, we’ve had over ten thousand stories shared with us. Every single one is contributing to our goal of ending gendered violence. We’d love to hear from you, too.