Women are an integral part of our society and of Sri Lanka Unites as a Movement. We believe and aspire that young men can be inspired to be part of the solution in the crisis of gender inequality. There has been an increase in harassment against women in public spaces and in sexual assault. This has to be addressed in order to restore the dignity and respect that women rightly deserve.
Harassment of women in public spaces should not be the norm. The fact that this is an issue faced by women of every community, is another opportunity which encourages youth to work together and transform society together. The campaign is aimed to prevent harassment of women in public spaces and it strives to enlist young men to take change against this issue. Young men board public transport services and create awareness and provide tools of engagement to curb this challenge.