Womenability was founded on the idea that seemingly small actions can have big results. Born out of a conversation between friends on the outskirts of Paris, Womenability is a unique NGO with a simple yet radical mission: to make gender equality a reality in the world’s cities. Using exploratory walks to gather both qualitative and quantitative data regarding the experiences of women in public space, Womenability traveled to 25 cities across six continents over the course of six months. This report is the product of this research-action project. It reveals the numerous, and sometimes unexpected, obstacles to the equal access and enjoyment of public spaces by women, from a lack of green spaces, accessible public transportation, and public toilets, to persistent harassment and outright violence. Building on these experiences and observations, the report offers a series of recommendations and best practices, many developed by women themselves.