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DRISHTI MEDIA GROUP: YOUNG BOSSES PODCAST

2020/09/28

Season 2 Episode 1 | Special Guest Host: Tom Dutta ft. Vedanshi Vala

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THE UBYSSEY- Second-year student Vedanshi Vala fights domestic violence, one Safe Hub at a time

2020/09/12

Second-year science student Vedanshi Vala established the Safe Hubs network.

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SOUTH ASIAN ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE- The Silent Pandemic

2020/09/07

Youth create a network of safe spaces for domestic abuse survivors

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RICHMOND NEWS- Richmond student launches platform to help domestic abuse victims

2020/08/31

Vedanshi Vala, co-founder and executive director of “Safe Hubs,” at the BOLT Safety Society.

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THE HARPREET SINGH SHOW- BOLT Safety Society on Safe Hubs Initiative

2020/08/27

Live with The Harpreet Singh Show

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TAKINGITGLOBAL- #RisingYouth in Action: Vedanshi Vala

2020/08/08

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NEWS 1130- UBC students set to launch app to help women stay safe

2019/11/30

Students concerned about women's safety are launching an app that connects a user to a chosen group of "safe buddies." The app also features an experts hub where counsellors, martial artists and others share their insights and safety tips.

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RICHMOND NEWS- Richmond student launching personal safety app

2019/11/29

Vedanshi Vala, co-creator of Bolt, an app designed for personal safety.

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RICHMOND NEWS- Richmond youth devise wearable panic button

2017/06/25

Tech-savvy teens explore ways to keep women around the world safe

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