According to the UN’s global goals, by the year 2030, the world’s countries should provide public spaces that are safe, available and accessible. Women are pointed out as one of the groups that should be especially prioritized.
However, studies show that more women than men feel unsafe in their neighborhoods. Also, women do not take part in the public space to the same extent as men. The fact that women feel less safe than men shows that this is a matter of gender equality. The question is – how can the public space be a space for all?
Welcome to a smorgasbord filled with inspiring speakers, all discussing how public space can be more accessible and inclusive for women
The webinar is organized by the Safer Sweden Foundation. This is one of the activities performed within the Network for Feminist Urban Planning. The purpose of the network is to enhance the knowledge regarding the concept of feminist urban planning, as well as making it easier to use for practitioners.
Date and time: May 25, 13.00 – 15.30 (CEST / GMT +02:00)
Price: This webinar is free of charge
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When you have registered, you will receive a link to the webinar a few days before the 25th.