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So strengthening the police and courts to effectively investigate, prosecute, convict and punish is key.” In Sao Paulo, women are increasingly using social media to denounce sexual violence, including writer Clara Averbuck, who launched an online campaign in August after she was sexually assaulted by a taxi driver.

This is when we reach our goal - zero-tolerance will be the norm and sexual harassment will decrease in Egypt.

The first international experts’ poll shows while the Egypt capital ranks worst for danger, Delhi and Sao Paulo are also at the bottom of the heap for sexual harassment and violence.

London came out on top, while Tokyo was ranked as safest.

But campaigners say there is still work to do, writes LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Cairo is the world’s most dangerous megacity for women while London is the best, according to the first international experts’ poll on how females fare in the rising number of cities with over 10 million people.

(Additional reporting by Emma Batha and Bahaar Joya in London, Heba Kanso in Cairo, Nita Bhalla in Delhi, Beh Lih Yi in Tokyo, Karla Mendes in Sao Paulo, Anastasia Moloney in Bogota, Amédéé Mwarabu in Kinshasa, Editing by Lyndsay Griffiths.

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Moscow outperformed New York on a range of measures, and was named the most female-friendly city judged solely on cultural practice, perhaps a nod to its avowedly egalitarian Soviet past.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation’s seventh annual perception poll was conducted as cities grow rapidly and the future looks increasingly urban, with 66 percent of people expected to live in urban areas by 2050, up from 54 percent currently.

“The progress we’re making as a city is not happening fast enough,” he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

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