Training for men
One of the city’s most prevalent groups pushing for safer streets and parks, Our Bodies Our Streets, has launched allyship training to enable men to be part of a positive change in attitudes.
Sashank Viswanathan Prema, 21, has been a supporter of the OBOS streets campaign since February of this year.
He got involved after seeing how active OBOS were in the Sheffield student community in raising awareness of street harassment and catcalling.
“It’s important to communicate what OBOS represents for women to other men.
“It’s about calling out negative behaviours – not allowing toxic cycles to continue, addressing problems you can see in other men.”