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Wednesday, July 5 • 15:00 - 16:00
Gender in the city: creating safer and more inclusive urban environments for women

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In a city, people have different needs and uses of the environments they inhabit. The urban environment should be efficient and livable, and above all feel safe for everyone.A gender perspective is absolutely essential in the debate to imagine cities of the future, considering the different needs and uses for spaces which relate directly to a gender identity. In most of the cities, women and LGBTQA people are not safe or excluded from the urban planning. Taking gender into account in public policy is called gender mainstreaming. This panel will explore the need to build cities with gender and women in mind, from different perspectives, countries and cultures.

***Le genre dans la ville: créer des milieux urbains plus sûrs et plus inclusifs pour les femmes.*** 

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Iman Bibars

Regional Director, University of Sussex
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Emad Karim

Global Youth Engagement Lead, UN Women
Emad Karim is the Global Youth Engagement Lead at HeForShe, UN Women. He has more than 10 years of experience and academic background in designing and managing youth programs and technology-based solutions for development. His experiences and skills are drawn from the small villa... Read More →
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Aurélie Salvaire

Founder, The A Factor and Shiftbalance
Masculinity :) | | Aurélie Salvaire has been working for the past 10 years in the social innovation field, collaborating with Oxfam, Ashoka, Unreasonable Institute and Impact Hub. | She founded and curated different TEDx events and especially TEDxBarcelonaWomen... Read More →


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