In Someone Else's Shoes
According to a UN study, the home is the most dangerous place for women. And finances are the main reason they can’t just leave.
During the Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Santander launched a micro-lending program for survivors that includes credit-building opportunities as well as access to financial literacy resources.
The ‘In Someone Else’s Shoes’ interactive/immersive exhibition placed at The Oculus in New York, spotlights the financial hardships of an abusive home. It’s a stand-alone house that gives guests a glimpse into systemic and structural factors that enable a domestic violence situation and make it difficult to escape.