dating app Bumble is back with its ‘Stand for Safety’ initiative in India. Launched last year, the campaign is claimed to be a part of the app’s continued global effort to help create a safer, kinder and more respectful internet.
Bumble is partnering with the Center for Social Research (CSR), a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a violence-free, gender-just society in India, to release a one-of-a-kind safety handbook to help drive awareness around digital safety and empower its community to recognize and combat online hate, bullying and discrimination.
The handbook, created in association with Nyaayaan independent open access digital resource, aims to provides simple, actionable information to educate people about their legal rights and ways to exercise them when faced with online hate and discrimination.
“We are delighted to partner with the Center for Social Research and Nyaaya to create this one-of-a-kind safety handbook to support our community and equip them with crucial information to recognize and combat online abuse, discrimination and harassment. Bumble is built on the core values of kindness, respect, inclusivity and equality, and safety has been central to Bumble’s mission from day one. Our ‘Stand for Safety’ initiative further demonstrates our deeper commitment to creating a world where all relationships are healthy and equitable.” commented Mahima KaulHead of Public Policy APAC at Bumble.