Throughout the semester, CHARP, UNCC students, and Enderly Park residents have worked on the Greater Enderly Park Women's Safety Audit. The Women's Safety Audit is an organizing tool to bring residents together to make neighborhoods safer for women and children in neighborhoods. Residents walk their neighborhood and talk about safe and unsafe spaces in their neighborhood. In collaboration with CHARP, the residents then work towards fostering the safe spaces and changing the unsafe spaces. Students supported the efforts walking with the residents and recording their observations.
Beginning in June CHARP and a dedicated group of Enderly Park residents planned the Greater Enderly Park Women's Safety Audit process and completed the Audit on September 27th. Thank you to all of the residents and volunteers that helped out. There is much more work to be done as we will begin forming subcommittees to take on the issues and support the assets residents identified in Enderly Park.