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TU Delft and all of us to the rescue!

As you must have noticed, dusk is settling in quicker and this creates the perfect opportunity for vampires 🧛‍♂️ and werewolves 🐺 (read ‘criminals’ ) to be more active, increasing the risk of crimes.

But no worries, TU Delft and all of us to the rescue!

This week is the National Safety Week. TU Delft is taking part in this national initiative to increase awareness of your own role for safety on campus. It invites you to take responsibility for your personal safety – for your ‘25 metres circle’ during this week and beyond. All activities on campus during this week.

You could ask: “but what does that actually mean…”

Well, imagine walking across campus – let’s say you are heading from the Aula to X to get your weekly workout – and you notice something happening within a space of 25 meters around you (in case you are wondering that’s the radius and you are in the centre). Within your (enlarged) bubble you react to what you see happening.

If someone falls, you pat them on their shoulder and offer help. If someone is in pain, comfort and support them, and if you notice someone being treated unfairly, protest and call the police or the ambulance if it gets out of hand. Remember: you are not super(wo)man 🦸‍♀️ so try not to go overboard.

So take responsibility for your own 25m-circle, so that we can bubble the entire campus with safety and love for our fellow humans!

PS. Beside your physical safety you can also increase your digital safety! The 7 October you can get practical tips during the cybersecurity and privacy keynote talks organised by TU Delft in the Aula. Have a look at the programme and register here.


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