Ashley Faith Santoso, from the Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, proposes a technological solution to improve walkability in Jakarta by decreasing gender-based violence. Only 8% of Jakarta is walkable, a situation that the Jakarta Walkable 2022 vision aims to remedy. But in a country where three out of five women have experienced sexual harassment in public, Jakarta’s low walkability disproportionately affects women. Online platform Safetipin collects data on the safety conditions of different parts of the city, such as lighting, openness, and gender balance. This data can help urban planners determine which areas need to be redesigned to make women safer.