Public spaces are the heart and soul of cities and citizens, Dr Neelam Gupta, President & CEO of AROH Foundation, said at WEF held on 15th April’19 at New Delhi.
She said that the public places should be reclaimed and preserved to maintain the sanctity of places, their cultural roots and traditions. They must be safeguarded for women to freely access all public areas and spaces.
She was also conferred upon with prestigious “Iconic Women creating a better World for all” for various initiatives and path breaking work done by AROH Foundation under her leadership.
The event was graced by many dignitaries from all walks of life from all over the globe. Heartfelt and stimulating discussions on how to make the world a better place to live were addressed through various discussions and channels during the event and invoked enough food for thought for all stalwarts to pause, rethink and redesign.
Women Economic Forum (WEF) is a global platform that fosters conversations, community, connections and collaborations among women worldwide. The event helps in enabling an ecosystem of exchange, sisterhood, inspiration and propelling women’s economic empowerment and influence in ALL walks of life.