Sexual assault and gender-based violence don’t belong anywhere in our communities. Which is why Uber is committed to help stop incidents before they happen—by partnering with and learning from women's safety groups, building tools and policies, promoting awareness, and empowering our community of users.
If anything happens, 24/7 support is available in the app from a specialized team of Uber agents who are trained to handle sensitive reports.
Victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment—whether riders, drivers, or employees—are free to bring individual claims in court and share the facts of those claims. Learn more about how we no longer require mandatory arbitration.
We committed to a multi-year, multi-million dollar campaign to partner with leading sexual assault and domestic violence partners around the world. See the groups that we’ve funded in the section below.
We partnered with the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and the Urban Institute to create a taxonomy to categorize and count sexual misconduct and sexual assault incidents, which we’ve shared with other companies that have women’s safety initiatives. Learn more here.
Law enforcement and 100+ women’s safety and advocacy organizations help develop our processes and technology. In the US, we host meetups with travel and transportation executives to brainstorm ways to create meaningful change.
YWCA Canada is Canada’s oldest and largest women’s multi-service organization, and next year approaches its 150th anniversary. YWCA Canada has 32 member associations across 9 provinces and 2 territories. Annually, YWCAs invest over $230 million to support 330,000 women and girls, in 300 communities across Canada. YWCA Canada influences public policy, develops resources and champions initiatives to create systemic change and shift the needle forward on ending gender-based violence.
WomanACT is a policy development and planning body for preventing and responding to gender-based violence. Their work is focussed on creating systemic change through around coordination, education, policy and community mobilization. WomanACT has 27 years of experience in convening leaders, policy makers, anti-violence organizations, communities and women with lived experience of violence to collaborate, advocate and drive change.
TRCC/MWAR has been supporting survivors of sexual violence, their friends, families, and communities and advocating for violence prevention for more than 45 years. TRCC/MWAR provides free frontline services including crisis intervention via their 24 hour crisis line, individual and group counselling, court support and advocacy. They also provide public education and trainings on issues such as sexual violence, consent, active listening, holistic healing, and conflict resolution.
We’ve partnered with these organizations:
Because we connect millions of people around the world every day, we’re committed to building for safety. Learn about our features and processes that help protect you on the road.
Count on 24/7 support and emergency assistance. Share your trip with loved ones. Our focus is on your safety so you can focus on the opportunity.